We have a special guest today, Jon from Magpul. As there was no SHOT Show this year to announce new products to the public, we decided to invite our friends from Magpul to come on and share what’s new with our SOTG audience.
Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week has a question regarding muzzleloading rifles. Is there an appreciable difference between makes and models of muzzleloaders? Professor Paul is a muzzleloading instructor and is happy to answer that question.
Also, what is new with the SOTG family? Which guitar is Paul’s angry guitar? Tune in and find out.
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• TOPIC: Is there any appreciable difference between the different kinds of Muzzleloaders? (Flint, Cap, etc) – Jason H.
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To many people, the idea of a muzzleloading rifle or shooting a muzzleloader seems about as foreign as hitching up a horse to a buggy and taking a ride into town. Black powder rifles seem archaic, an antiquated tool of days gone by.
Others might be drawn to the idea of shooting muzzleloading rifles, but they view the process as too complicated or complex. Perhaps they overheard a repeated tale in a gun shop about a catastrophic accident where a muzzleloader supposed “blew up”.
I am here to assure you that learning to effectively shoot a muzzleloading rifle is not as difficult as it might seem. It is also a perfectly safe recreation if you take the time to do it correctly.
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