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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-29-2014, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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Heard from a good source last night that they are being manufactured again. I see that Morris Muzzleloading is closed, according to their web site. Would try Rightnour Manufacturing Inc. in Grove City if interested.

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Sure would be nice to see them on the market.

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They were supposed to have started back up.I guess it didn,t work out.
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Spoke to the owner of rmc today at the Bloomsburg gun show. He had two accusports at the show. A right handed & a lefty. He confirmed that they are making new ones & will have some available in August. He said they will have a stand at the Harrisburg sport show in Feb. Real nice gentleman, had a good time talking to him.

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Spoke to the owner of rmc today at the Bloomsburg gun show. He had two accusports at the show. A right handed & a lefty. He confirmed that they are making new ones & will have some available in August. He said they will have a stand at the Harrisburg sport show in Feb. Real nice gentleman, had a good time talking to him.
Did he say if they have a web site? What are they going to cost?

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Is this the same business and family as Morris Muzzleloading?
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Spoke to the owner of rmc today at the Bloomsburg gun show. He had two accusports at the show. A right handed & a lefty. He confirmed that they are making new ones & will have some available in August. He said they will have a stand at the Harrisburg sport show in Feb. Real nice gentleman, had a good time talking to him.
That's good news.I bought one several years ago and would like to get another one for my son.
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Is this the same business and family as Morris Muzzleloading?
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Sorry for the late reply, haven't been able to get to the computer until now. Price was going to be in the $700-$800 range if I recall. 1:28 green mt. barrels, L&R locks, & boyds laminate stocks.

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Wish they'd put a double trigger in them...I hear they are very nice rifles...but I don't know that I could live without a set trigger on a flinter....
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