LHR Redemption Muzzleloader Review

*This review is for the LHR Redemption muzzleloader. LHR is a relative newcomer to the muzzleloader market. Their guns were first rolled out last year, and were an immediate hit. Out of the box, the rifles are very accurate, aesthetically pleasing and built extremely well. As one of the first retailers of the LHR™ Redemptions, we …

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CVA Optima V2 Review

  *This review is for a CVA Optima V2, with a Stainless Steel barrel, Mossy Oak Camo Stock, and Konus Scope package. This package also comes with a CVA soft case. If you’d like to see additional information and photos of this muzzleloader, Click Here. Any way you look at it, the CVA Optima V2 is …

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Traditions Buckstalker versus CVA Wolf Muzzleloader

Traditions Buckstalker muzzleloader is value-packed and has several amazing features in one compact package. It weighs in at 6 pounds and comes with a 24” barrel. Although highly suitable for whitetail deer, the Buckstalker is perfect for all kinds of hunts, and ideal for longer shots up to 200 yards across draws or fields. When …

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CVA Accura versus Thompson Center ProHunter FX Muzzleloader

Muzzleloader manufacturers compete with each other when it comes to precision, handling, ease of use and performance. Thompson Center is probably the most widely known brand, as its muzzleloaders are recognized for their quality and durability in the field. CVA has also become a giant in the muzzleloading industry. CVA’s muzzleloaders are not only known …

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New CVA Muzzleloaders for 2014

Nitrides CVA has once again uped the ante when it comes to new and innovative rifles. In 2014 CVA is introducing their Nitride line, these rifles will be essentially corrosion free thanks to the newly developed nitride salt bath barrel treatment. The new Nitrides will be offered with two of CVA’s most popular models, the …

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Best 209 Primers for Muzzleloaders

209 primers come in all types of packaging — from magnum primers to specific muzzleloading 209 primers, to your basic shotgun 209 primers. What’s the difference, you ask? In this article I will try to clear up the differences between primers, and tell you which primer I would recommend for your rifle. 209 Magnum primers …

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What Size Of Bullet For My Muzzleloader?

Muzzleloader bullets are measured in grains, or the weight of the bullets. The larger the grain, the greater the force it will exert on impact. This is true in a sense.  However, the larger the grain, the heavier the bullet is, which means slower speed and reduced distances. Choosing the right weight of bullet is …

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