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    What Is The Best In-Line Open Ignition 50 Cal Muzzleloader?

    In Oregon, we are required to use an open ignition muzzleloader, and cannot use 209 primers or musket caps. What open ignition muzzleloader would you recommend that used #11 caps? I see Knight is again manufacturing the Bighorn, which looks like a good option. I am most interested in a 50 caliber.

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    Plunger style would be ok, Maybe even a traditional sidelock.

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    I would like to muzzleloader to also be legal in Idaho. I think Idaho requires a swinging hammer. A friend recommended the TC Northwest Explorer. Any experience with that muzzleloader?

 

 

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