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PostSubject: Re: BH209 in GM LHR?   December 1st 2013, 12:43 pm

In a sidelock i'll stick with black , and his gun is damned accurate with the smelly stuff !
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PostSubject: Re: BH209 in GM LHR?   December 1st 2013, 6:07 pm

Muley wrote:

I'm not a fan of Russel's, but he seems to have disappeared anyway. All he did was take ideas from others, and try to get paid for them.
You may have known about all the things he talks about because you have years of experience with muzzleloaders. There are many like myself that are new to the game and find his info valuable. I feel his info has saved me a lot of time and money. Both of which I don't have enough of. So if he made money on common knowledge info that is fine with me, I benefited from his knowledge just like I benefit from yours. In the end I am years ahead of the game.


I have more muzzleloaders than centerfires! How did that happen?

T/C Omega Dream Season
CVA Optima V1 rifle with WP BH209 breech plug
CVA Optima V2 pistol with WP BH209 breech plug
CVA Electra No breech plug, it has a spark plug
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PostSubject: Re: BH209 in GM LHR?   December 1st 2013, 8:44 pm

I did get the opportunity to see ho far the win777 primer pushes a 425gr buffalo bullet when I forgot the powder load....... it was about 3 inches, the second was another few inches then it just sat there until I stuck the bullet puller screw into it and yanked it out.
Well, anyway I will get some shotgun primers and try the BH209 again.  Won't be until after the ML season though.  Thanks to all for the help and good info.

I have found the best part of pounding my head against a wall is that it feels really good when I stop.
However, banging your head against the wall burns 150 calories per hour.
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