Try the Jim shockeys gold (American Pioneer)... It cleans with just water and is super easy, less than five minutes I can have mine clean and thats after 6 or 7 shots...Tailhunter said:I bought a Traditions Pursuit LT back in the early 2000's, and most years I have filled my ML tag and the 2nd doe tag with it. I have only shot 250gr Hornady SST's in front of 100gr 777 pellets,and they shoot good, so I have never experimented. That and I really hate cleaning the ML, even though it is easy because it is a crack barrel. :iams:
What load/powder combo do you shoot???highlandglen guide said:I love my genesis, its deadly accurate!
I agree, i have an E-bolt and it is an accurate gun. My gun likes Hornady SST 250 gr. over 2 50 gr. pyrodex pellets. Took a small buck at 235 yards a few years ago. Also agree with practice and gaining confidence in the gun to make longer shots.Patty said:The most Incredibly accurate muzzleloader I have had the pleasure of shooting is a Traditions E-bolt 209... I gave it to my brother for Christmas one year... Three shots usually one hole @ 100yds, 300gr SST over 2 50gr Pyrodex Pellets... Seen him finish a nice buck off a few years ago @ 300yds (it was necessary), and him having the confidence in the gun played a big role in being able to make that shot... I payed well under $200 for that E-bolt...
245 gr powerbelts with 2 triple seven pellets. Been shooting that combo for 3 years and dont see myself changing. Have friends who brag about smokeless powder, but if it isn't broke, why fix it!Patty said:What load/powder combo do you shoot???highlandglen guide said:I love my genesis, its deadly accurate!