muzzlenoader

Discussion in 'Classified Ads' started by pike, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. pike

    pike Meat Mopper

    dint know if we have any deer hunters here or not[​IMG] but i just started to advertise this thought id give everyone a shot at it.

    nice TC, 50 CAL thunderhawk, $270 without scope, or make offer for both
     
  2. rbranstner

    rbranstner Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Nice I love those thumb hole grips. I have the same stock on my 17 HMR.
     
  3. hdsmoke

    hdsmoke Smoking Fanatic

    Couple questions...What is the ignition in a Thunderhawk? 209 primer?

    Also, what is the scope...Looks like possibly a Bushnell?

    Thanks!
     
  4. pike

    pike Meat Mopper

    few pics will help on that question
     
  5. smokeguy

    smokeguy Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Got a bore pic?
     
  6. pike

    pike Meat Mopper

    front or rear but i dont know if i can do that
     
  7. meateater

    meateater Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    Looks like a great price to me. I'm sure there's a few hunters on here. I agree on the thumbhole stocks, they rock!
     
  8. There is no special muzzle loding season in MT so not too many use them.
    The thumb hole stock is also looked down on by traditional guys but there is no doubt in my mind that my wrist and arm remain in a more relaxed position and I can shoot TH stocks better.
    Having used both my vote is always TH.

    Looks like a nice setup

    Doc
     
  9. pike

    pike Meat Mopper

    check your by laws or DNA . here in iowa we can muzzle hunt during shotgun season
     
  10. Pike-I probably didn't explain myself very well, you can use a muzzleloader during big game season if you want but there is no dedicated muzzle loader or shotgun season in MT.

    Doc
     
  11. pike

    pike Meat Mopper

    oh i see what your saying now, long time ago we didnt have muzzleloader eiher, then came early muzzleloader and not long ago late muzzleloader season.
    is your deer or (big game) hunting rules as messe up as are's? (iowa)
     

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