In Pennsylvania, the day after Christmas begins Flintlock Muzzleloader season.
The rules say that you have to use a Muzzleloader - Flintlock with open sights - no optic's allowed.
At this point, I am pretty much tagged out and burned out with deer hunting for this year. But my neighbors all muzzleloader hunt and they would like for me to go along with them next year.
So I was wondering which Muzzleloader in your opinion is the best to buy.
What I am looking for is either a 50 or 54 caliber muzzleloader with a wood stock - Flintlock - that can be cleaned easily, will last for many years and is reliable.
From time to time - the Traditions company is offered for sale at Grice Gun shop. It looks to be a nice piece - but most of them has a plastic stock - and that is not what I am looking for a in affordable flint lock rifle.
Most of my friends used a Hawken Muzzleloader when I was a kid.
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