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 on: Today at 07:24:36 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Losthunter
8 point for me and 8 and 10 point for repair man

 on: Today at 12:17:04 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Trapper
Is that his eyeball hanging out? 

Also doe for team 7.   

PR Bullet 240 gr .40 QT Polymer Tip.  I found the tip in the lung. Yards to recovery. Five.

 on: Today at 10:52:07 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by ArkansasDon
better photo

 on: Today at 08:31:36 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by ArkansasDon
good opening morning Arkansas Muzzleloader Season, we saw quite few deer, 2 doe's right @ sunrise & young 5 point buck & a nice pointer which I took with my White Super 90 Muzzleloader in .504caliber. The buck deer is 17" wide outside spread, 16" inside spread, that 496gr. Trashcan slug by Jeff Weedling thump'd him real hard & the shot placement couldn't be any more picture perfect, 35 yards.
This was a new buck iIve seen on the farm recently on game camera pic'. I grunted him in & he came in fast, so the shot was fast.

 on: Today at 04:38:10 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by ArkansasDon
Sally's trigger group when out on her when I started loading it yesterday . Went to pop a cap & the trigger is froze. Removed the trigger & the spring was laying sideways in the trigger frame. What's the chances of that? I've owned this muzzleloader since they 1st came out in the early 1990's. I had the stock cut down & the barrel shorten so it will fit her correctly. The trigger is a Bold Trigger & they are no longer in business. I email Doc White of White Muzzleloading asking if he hand any or if this could be fix.

She'll shoot mine, be a bit long for her but she'll manage.

 on: Yesterday at 06:37:37 PM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by Losthunter
Nice guns Don good luck tomorrow maybe the rain will get out of here .

 on: Yesterday at 10:44:11 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by ArkansasDon
Muzzleloader Season starts tomorrow. Getting things together for Sally & I.

Last week-end I checked zero on both muzzleloaders. Sally shoots a White G Series Muzzleloader in .504caliber  photo's. The bullet she shoot is 460gr No Excuse RN all lead. The 3 shot group was 100 yards. I had the stock professionally cut to fit her & a Kick EEZ pad installed, the barrel was shorten 2 " & re-crowned by Denny Tubs so the balance of the muzzleloader wouldn't feel awkward for her. photo's 2 & 3

It was kind of scary shooting this since the stock was shorted to fit her & me being so tall & long armed thinking the scope was going to pop me in the eye. I folded a beach towel to extend the stock length.

My muzzleloader is a White Super 91 in .504caliber. The bullet I shoot is a 496gr. all lead slug called the Trashcan developed by Jeff Weedling. My White loves this bullet & shoots it very accurately, 3 shot group @ 100 yards with one bullet went threw the same hole. We both like shooting heavy lead which gives us large leaky holes.

My back board on my home gun range is 2 sheets of 4ft by 8ft 3\4 exterior plywood stacked on top of one another for a 8ft by 8 ft back board. NO stray was found.

 on: Yesterday at 05:58:19 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by dspeakes
losthunter - you would be proud.  I had does in the back yard this week and it was private lands doe only gun hunt and I passed on them every day. big smile

 on: October 17, 2018, 06 :19:32 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by dspeakes
Good luck to the ML hunters.  I will be working and hopefully get some time off during the weekend to bowhunt at least once.

 on: October 16, 2018, 07 :05:17 AM 
Started by Losthunter - Last post by ladyhunter
Good luck in Colorado Sam! We're heading out in a couple days for ML season. Went camping last weekend and on the way home missed hitting a doe that ran out in front of us. Looks like the fall temps are moving in for a few days anyway.

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