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PostSubject: Muzzleloader Kits For Sale   August 19th 2017, 9:04 pm

I was curious about how many different kits were available for muzzleloaders. 
So, I looked around. I thought a list might be of use to us. 

I know I don't have them all. I only have firm feelings about a few. 
So, feel free to add to the list and/or opine about the kit offerings 
of each merchant.
 
Lyman
Traditions
Tennessee Valley Muzzleloading
Jim Chambers
Track of the Wolf
CVA (Kits still seem to be available in odd places)
Muzzleloaders Builders Supply
Pendersoli
St. Louis Plains Rifle Company
Sitting Fox Muzzleloaders
Jim Kibler
Cabin Creek Muzzleloading
Clay Smith Guns

Now, there are a lot of places that sell parts and/or various services. 
I consider those to be in a different category.

Have fun looking. Cool

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PostSubject: Re: Muzzleloader Kits For Sale   August 20th 2017, 9:04 am

http://www.custommuzzleloaders.com

Kieth Lysle builder.

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

^^^Mine.

I also have a .58 American Jaeger not pictured stocked in

very fancy walnut.

I paid $900.00 for the Bucks County which included a
hand made large hunting knife.

I think the Bucks is stocked in AAA fancy maple.

The stock blank was $400 + bucks back then.

Finding such a hunk of wood today would be difficult

and very expenisve.

I hunt deer with the .58 and small game with the .40.
I suppose the .40 would take deer but bigger is better.

Still, from a tree stand or ground blind at 50 yards and under
it would do just fine with a well placed shot I'd think.
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