Most accurate muzzleloader?

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby MeltedSnowman » Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:58 pm

CVA accura hands down. The accura and apex are fitted with bargera barrels. they only make rifle barrels except for these two muzzleloaders. I have shot 2 different accuras and they are fantastic when paired with barnes tez bullets. lol I cant afford one so I shoot a cva optima which shoots extremely accurately as well.

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby Scott702 » Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:28 pm

I am not a huge muzzy guy, but Gunwerks makes a muzzleloader, and although very expensive they do take a antelope at 700+ yards with it. That is pretty darn accurate in my book!

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby Muley Stalker » Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:35 am

Getting close is more fun, and challenging.
Keep your nose in the wind.

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby Springville Shooter » Tue May 13, 2014 8:53 pm

I have a .50 cal T/C Omega and I can shoot 1/2" 1 shot groups out to 200 yards! Try that with your .45 calibers. ------SS
"Only accurate rifles are interesting"-----Col. Townsend Whelen

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby killerbee » Wed May 14, 2014 11:13 pm

I just picked up a like new white white tail, I'm so stoked about it! Got my lyman 57 peep for it( all that Oregon allows) ,but hoping to shoot 200 yards with it by the end of summer!

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby Springville Shooter » Thu May 15, 2014 3:35 pm

What muzzy hunts are you looking at Killer? Im considering the Beatys Butte antelope and a couple late whitetail hunts along the Snake.-------SS
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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby Larry Walker » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:43 am

I have owned and shot m/l for over 35 yrs everything from cap and ball to modern day in-lines. I have 4 now, 2 T/C and 2 optima pro. The T/C hardly ever get shot any more. I love the optima pro, accurate and easy and quick to clean. I shoot 295 grain bullet and 100 grain of pyrodex, does'nt seem to matter if its pellets or loose powder.

Good Luck but for the money and simplicity my choice is cva optima

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Re: Most accurate muzzleloader?

Postby madforlabs » Mon Dec 14, 2015 2:40 pm

I've got a T/C Triumph and have been very happy with it. My best accuracy results have been using 300 gr. Hornady SST with 100 units of BH209 and Winchester primers. Most impressed with the Blackhorn has it shoots hot and clean. Makes it very easy to fully seat bullets after that first shot which, as most know, is critical to accuracy and can be hard to achieve with some bullet/powder combinations.
Try shooting loose powder equivalents if you only shoot pellets. You may be surprised at the positive results!


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