DANGEROUS MUZZLELOADING PRACTICES THAT WILL KILL

DANGEROUS MUZZLELOADING PRACTICES THAT WILL KILL

Simple mistakes with muzzleloaders might prove fatal. CVA Muzzleloaders wants to make sure these dangers are addressed. In this video you will witness first hand what happens when you try dangerous games with your muzzleloader. Muzzleloading weapons are quite enjoyable and completely safe if all proper handling techniques are observed. There are no-no’s that will […]

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INCREASE THE FUN WITH DIY MUZZLELOADING RIFLE KITS

INCREASE THE FUN WITH DIY MUZZLELOADING RIFLE KITS

How would it be possible to even have more fun with a muzzleloader? Well if you built that smokepole yourself it would be quite incredible. Here are a few kits that not only will be a joy to build but promise to be great shooters too. Traditions Mountain Rifle Flintlock .50 Caliber Build It Yourself […]

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4 REASONS PATCHED ROUND BALLS FOR MUZZLELOADING ARE THE BEST

4 REASONS PATCHED ROUND BALLS FOR MUZZLELOADING ARE THE BEST

Are you a black powder fanatic? If you are you just might be a fan of the old school patched round ball. I take a look at the top four reasons I am a big fan of the ole patched lead round ball for muzzleloader shooting. 1. Tradition Currently I mainly shoot a somewhat vintage […]

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Ever Split a Bullet With An Axe? Check This Out

Ever Split a Bullet With An Axe? Check This Out

Ever hear of the old trick of splitting a bullet? Usually a double bit axe was secured into a tree and a lead ball was fired at the edge. Could a ball be split by hitting the sharp edge of an axe? My friend Mark Humphries otherwise known on YouTube as Black Powder Maniac Shooter […]

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WHAT IS A PINFIRE CARTRIDGE? CHECK THIS OUT

WHAT IS A PINFIRE CARTRIDGE? CHECK THIS OUT

What is a pinfire cartridge anyway? The pinfire cartridge is an odd, thoroughly obsolete cartridge ignition system from a time long past. It was however a step in the evolution of the self-contained cartridge. HL Ebooks Way back in the 1830s, Frenchman Casimir Lefaucheux came up with the pinfire concept, which was finally patented in 1835. International Ammunition […]

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