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How close have we come to centerfire accuracy with today’s inline muzzleloaders? Close.
MOA accuracy with a muzzleloader is achievable, but requires attention to the smallest details.
The new Traditions Mountain Rifle is a finely crafted and functional reproduction of the classic 19th century Hawken design.
The new Traditions Vortek StrikerFire features an innovative internal striker fire system instead of a typical hammer and sports a nitride coating.
Take a gander at the RIAC's latest firearm auction and what went across the block.
Federal's new lead muzzleloader bullet looks to be a real hard hitter.
The Remington Ultimate Muzzleloader appears ready to live up to its name with an innovative ignition system allowing the firearm to burn up to 200 grains of propellent.
Muzzleloader advancements have come in leaps and bounds in recent years. Now Federal has tackled the bullet end of things with the introduction of its Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet.
Few firearms have the relationship with an American holiday like the blunderbuss has with Thanksgiving. In celebration of the season here are five videos running over the history of the blunderbuss and, of course, showing it in action.
Gun Digest delivers once again! The 2014 edition continues to be the gun world's most authoritative resource on rifles, shotguns, handguns and firearms in general.
Gun review of the versatile Rossi Wizard, a unique multi-gun you can change from .22LR to .243 to .50 caliber muzzleloader!
With this new release from Gun Digest Books, window-shopping has never been easier. "Gun Digest Illustrated Guide to Modern Firearms" offers a spectacular visual tour of today's hottest rifles, shotguns and handguns. Along with information about each model and insights from Gun Digest editors, this book is a must-have for every gun-lover's coffee table.
For a beginning muzzleloader, the Optima Pro makes a good impression in the field.
Probably no other area of firearms offers as much diversification as the muzzleloading field. On the one hand, we have the very primitive firearm, such as the matchlock; on the other, we have today's sophisticated muzzleloaders that incorporate the very latest in modern materials and design.
Harvester Muzzleloading has expanded its popular line of Crush Rib muzzleloader sabots to include a new .50x.40 version that lets shooters and hunters enjoy the high velocity and low recoil of lighter, smaller-diameter .400-inch bullets.
A new report compares the ballistics and maximum effective range of modern in-line ignition muzzleloaders vs. that of centerfire rifles and traditional flintlock and percussion muzzleloaders.

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