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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-22-2009, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

Any of you every hunt in another state using an inline muzzleloader? If so, where at?
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-23-2009, 12:10 AM
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West Virginia. No issues.NO deer either!! LOL!
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I hunted in Canada for caribou with mine and I'll be hunting in Kansas next month for deer.

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Re: Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

I've hunted in Virginia a couple of years deer 2 me 0
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Re: Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

I've hunted the Maryland firearms season with an in-line. Didn't get anything though. My father did the same thing, he shot a ton, made enough smoke for a civil war reenactment, and came home with nothing as well. That was one heck of a funny morning.
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Re: Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

Shot 2 in New York with a Knight MK-85 and Barnes Expanders.
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Leaving for Maine Bear hunt on Friday. Taking it as a back up to the flinter!!
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Ive hunted in Harford Co. MD and York Co. PA and have taken several nice doe with my TC Blackdiamond using 100 gr pyrodex and a 295gr hollow point powerbelt. Once I made the mistake of using 150 gr of triple 7------I could put my fist in the hole on the inside rib cavity!

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Re: Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

Since I live in VA. I hunt it every year with an in-line. The rutt falls right smack in the middle of the in-line season. If I can resist the urge and actually hang up the bow, I'll break out the in-line muzzleloader...
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Re: Ever hunt out of state with Inline???

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Any of you every hunt in another state using an inline muzzleloader? If so, where at?
Did 2 inline TN Hog Hunts in past 5 years. One with my White Super 91 .504 & one with a Savage 10 ML Smokeless inline.

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