Which muzzleloader

ofdscooby

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I can't afford a TC but I have been looking at the CVA break action what else should i look for and do I want to get 45 or 50 cal
I'm not to worried about finish I'll DuraCoat it if I have to I just wanna mess around and have the option of outing in for a muzzy tag
 

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50 cal.......I would save up for the TC

Used another good option!
 

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50 cal.......I would save up for the TC

Used another good option!
That would be my suggestion Mike. A 50 cal. TC Omega should not be that hard to find for around $300. I'll keep my eye open for you out here in NM.
 

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I just sold my CVA optima pro; bummer; would've made a great gun for you.

I have my TC encore pro hunter XT and I love it, it's just ridiculous but; completely unnecessary. You should look into the TC omega design, it's a standard ML with a rolling block, they are discontinuing the Z5 series and walmart has been clearancing them out for about 199.99. You can get a nice used ML for around 200-300 easily. Don't be afraid to look at knight inline ML's either, those things are flat out deadly.
 

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Ok, here is the deal. Go look at the online auction places. Seriously! I bought my T/C Omega for like $230 a while ago. The nicest thing is they ship it TO YOUR DOOR, since it is a muzzleloader. No ATF.
 

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keep your eye on Calguns, too. I found my like new Omega for $170 tmd, on the Calguns calssifieds.
 
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