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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-16-2010, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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Good Muzzleloader Magazines?

Anyone have any recommendations? Looking for general articles and not geared towards old school or new school types of guns.
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Re: Good Muzzleloader Magazines?

Muzzleloader magazine I think is the best
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http://www.muzzleloadermag.com/home%...zzleloader.htm

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Re: Good Muzzleloader Magazines?

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Muzzleloader magazine I think is the best
Absoutly the best-----I find mine in my sons room when he grabs them. We were in the issue from two months back....I opted to drop my other magazines due to [censored] enlargement adds, viagra adds, etc. I complained to Bowhhunter a few years back as did some others---they no longer have those adds. So this year I got rid of 3 magazines but kept Muzzleloader Mag. ITS AWESOME!

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Re: Good Muzzleloader Magazines?

Muzzleloader is a traditionalist leaning mag. Muzzle Blasts from the NMLRA is a more general, little bit of everything that loads from the muzzle. Although there aren't many articles about inlines.
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