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powerstroke60ParticipantJanuary 3, 2013 at 2:46 amPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 12, 2012 at 3:39 amPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 12, 2012 at 3:21 amPost count: 85
If I trust any muzzleloader it is the Savage 10ml-II
The only muzzleloader made today of the appropriate 4140 Chrome-Moly or 416 Stainless steel and that undergoes 100% factory proof-testing, made in the U.S., is the Savage Arms Model 10ML-II. It is obviously the safest, best-made, best-tested muzzleloader ever offered to the consumer. It is the safest muzzleloader you can buy and use, if properly used, but like any other firearm it can be destroyed if misused.
As with any firearm its all about safetypowerstroke60ParticipantDecember 7, 2012 at 4:31 amPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 7, 2012 at 4:29 amPost count: 85
I personaly am fond of the Drahthaar breed, I also believe that no matter the dog breed if they have some decent bloodlines and a hunting background in their pedegree you can train any dog to point or retrieve by the repetiive training and use in field.
Things to remember are what you plan to use it for heavy coated dogs wont fair well in the southern texas environment as well as the northern and vise versa, also you will want a heavy or dense coated dog with good swimming capabilities if your going to do the waterfowel thing.
Some of those reasons are why I chose the Deutsch Drathaar im my mind they are the ulimate utility dog if you are looking for the Swiss Army Knife of dogs
Remember guys this is just my opinion!!!!powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 7, 2012 at 4:17 amPost count: 85
I did alot of research and purchased my Drahthaar in Nebraska from this kennel, this lady knows her stuff and raises super dogs for a great family dog, companion, and top notch hunter.
Be glad to work him for you or answer any question just pm mepowerstroke60ParticipantFebruary 19, 2012 at 2:21 pmPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 20, 2011 at 4:21 amPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantNovember 1, 2011 at 12:31 amPost count: 85
I think its a great deal as not all landowners have 600 acres to hunt but need someone to hunt it to thin the herd. I also think its better than having one guy hunt 600 acres and only taking a couple deer. and yes we all need to respect the ground we hunt whether its public or private. 😉powerstroke60ParticipantSeptember 24, 2011 at 11:09 pmPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantSeptember 19, 2011 at 11:35 amPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 19, 2010 at 3:52 pmPost count: 85powerstroke60ParticipantApril 16, 2010 at 1:37 amPost count: 85
Ive heard of a fella using molly in a couple barrels both Stainless, one has been chryoed and the other has not. He uses labratory grade moly and moly’s his own with out wax or additives.
both his guns shoot very well and one ( chryoed ) has around 3800 rounds through it and still shoots better than he can hold can hold it.
If you shoot prairie Dogs you would probablly shoot out a barrel in a couple summers from what ive heard , so you would be replacing a barrel anyway without some sort of lube? (Just speculating)
I have read of slighty higher pressure from the use of molly so the use of less powder and more velocity may seem to be benificial with todays componet prices.( who knows ?)
Its all a matter of personal preference, but one things for sure they have been putting lube on bullets for over 100 years and everything from bees wax to grease,
Keep in mind grease is a moisture barrier.
Just my 2 cents worth.
This info is not ment to be used in any way other than for the sake of conversation. Do not use, assemble or barrow any ammo or components without following a manufacturers reloading guide!!!!powerstroke60ParticipantDecember 15, 2009 at 1:12 amPost count: 85