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Location : biglerville, pa.
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PostSubject: TC Renegade   TC Renegade Empty2017-07-19, 10:24

if you had to choosed which one would you pick, flint or percussion, in 50 or 54-thanks randy
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PostSubject: Re: TC Renegade   TC Renegade Empty2017-07-19, 14:36

Hunting or targets??

If it's hunting, then it's a percussion .54, no question. If it's targets, suit yourself. Rock locks are fun to play with.

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Location : Ohio
Registration date : 2017-07-17

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PostSubject: Re: TC Renegade   TC Renegade Empty2017-07-21, 16:18

Rock lock.
Flinters can be finicky.
I have both, love my rock locks.


This one is mine.
MINE! ALL MINE!!!!


http://www.custommuzzleloaders.com/buckscounty.html

AAAA fancy maple, Colrain swamped barrel, caliber .40.
A round ball shooter.
I've shot it with as little as 10 grains of Swiss 3 f g .
Like a .22 rimfire but slower to reload. 
Much slower.

The builder is a master.

I also have a .45 round ball shooter rock lock but the
maker is unknown.
A plain looking rifle but hey! It's a muzzle loader and it's
FUN and accurate.
It isn't "period correct" as it was built by an apprentice but
has nice wood, not fancy, but nice.
I didn't pay too much either.
The fancy one cost me a grand back then.
Today??? $5,000 wouldn't touch one IF you could fine
one that nice.


Go here if you want to slobber and drool.

https://www.trackofthewolf.com/

Oh! I also have a lifetime supply of Goex (yuk),
Schuetzen (sp?) and SWISS.
Lots of Swiss, 3 and 4 f g.

Swiss is about the best there is on today's market.

Check powderinc.com


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PostSubject: Re: TC Renegade   TC Renegade Empty2017-07-21, 16:21

Percussion
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PostSubject: Re: TC Renegade   TC Renegade Empty2017-07-21, 16:26

@FrontierGander wrote:
Percussion


Yes for a beginner I'd go percussion.

I've take a number of deer with a percussion front stuffer.
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