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Hey guys and gals looking to get into an inline...I would like to know everyone's opinions on the best deal on a scoped inline and bullet/powder load suggestions thanks alot all
 

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T/C Omega Z-5 with 100 grains 777 pellets behind a 250 grain T/C Shockwave bullet! Your choice of scope...personally, I would go with a 4X Leupold.
 

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little on the high end for my price range love the rifle though but with the scope I won't be able to afford it...anything else?
 

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check out the cva wolf. i think you can get the gun,scope and starter kit for around $300.my wife has gotten doe in early muzzle loader season 3 years in a row with hers.she shoots 70 gr of bp and T/C xpt 240 gr hollow point sabots.
 

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They are pricey BUT I would wait to buy one until I could get a T/C. I have the 209x50 and love mine!! The Omega is nice too BUT you cannot expand barrels like you could with the Encore or Prohunter(if you so wish). The good news is.....Gander Mt,Cabelas etc run pretty good specials on the Omegas from time to time.
I am just saying to not buy a less expensive inline only to want to upgrade in a year or so.
Been there done that!!!
Dave
 

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I don,t know about the quality of the rifle but Traditions has a model called Canyon.I,ve seen it for under $100 in sale ads like Cabelas.Also I seen T/C Impact for under $200 at W/Mart.
 

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check out the cva wolf I just bought one [used] for my nephew... I bought my WOLF at Dicks last year for $175,and it is a fly swatter... When they land on the target I take them out... Very accurate weapon for the price... My only complaint is, <u>Im too busy with work to be out with it this week...</u>
 

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I had a chance to handle TC's new Impact and it is a nice gun for the price. It has a break open action which makes it a breeze to clean. Cabela's had the started kit on sale (no scope) for $239. It had everything to shoot except for powder.

As for loads, I shoot 2 Pyrodex pellets (100 grains) and Hornady XTP bullets (240 grain). Shoots great out of my TC Black Diamond.

I killed this doe this morning with my inline.

 

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For the TC Black Diamond,I have taken a lot of deer with it.
 

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Okie Hog said:
One of the most accurate muzzleloaders ever made is the TC Black Diamond. TC quit making them years ago. A company in El Reno, OK has them in stock. i just received the Black Diamond with walnut stock and it's a very nice gun. The prices are right too.


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I bought a NIB Lyman .54 cal Deerstalker flintlock from them for under $290!!!!
Dave

http://store.thirdgenerationshootingsupply.com/browse.cfm/2,4385.html
 
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