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PostSubject: Re: Traditional or Not?   March 31st 2016, 2:23 pm

Interesting discussion regarding traditional vs modern (in-lines).  I lean towards FG's version.  At a certain point TC decided to make "traditional" style rifles with different materials to broaden their appeal (market).  It probably also had to do with the bottom line, $$$$.  Synthetic stocks were easier/cheaper to produce than walnut.  It was harder to find the wood stocked guns.  We actually  should be happy that TC made these guns which allowed more people get into muzzlelloading.
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PostSubject: Re: Traditional or Not?   March 31st 2016, 2:34 pm

It also didn't help that their stock suppliers kept burning down lol. Weather conditions is another deal but in the end, the true reason is in fact $$$.
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