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    1st Mule Deer

    Shot my first mule deer last December with my custom smokeless muzzleloader. Shot was only 150 yards however the deer didn't move an inch. Hit him in the left front shoulder and excited out behind the right front shoulder. Deer dropped in its tracks! Saw a ton of deer and already looking forward to next season. I put together another smokeless muzzleloader this year and can't wait to break it in!

    Just noticed melee deer oh well you get the point.

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    Great buck. Congrats
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    Nice buck! Im not used to seeing a scope on a front stufer or smokeless and Muzzleloader in the same sentence. lol
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    New sub species that I haven't heard about? LOL,







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    I tried to fix the subject but wouldn't let me. Nebraska hasn't always allowed scopes on the muzzleloaders. Been about 5 years where they allowed anything over 1 power. That muzzleloader is good to 400 yards.

    Thanks for all the complements guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebraska Outlander View Post
    I tried to fix the subject but wouldn't let me. Nebraska hasn't always allowed scopes on the muzzleloaders. Been about 5 years where they allowed anything over 1 power. That muzzleloader is good to 400 yards.

    Thanks for all the complements guys!
    Just joking with ya! Great buck!
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    Great buck...what bullet are you using in that set up?
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    Great buck, thanks for sharing!
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    This rifle was shooting the 250 SST around 2650fps roughly. When it hit the deer he feel like a ton of bricks. This year with my new set up I'll be shooting the Parker Match Hunters the range on my new set up is scary.

    Thanks for fixing my title who ever did it. Thanks!
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    Is that setup legal there in ML season or are you using it in any weapon?
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