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      Quote Originally Posted by SDMF View Post
      I had to flee whore island in fear for my life. a bunch of crazies with inline muzzle loaders were taking over and I feared I would be shot. Now I am a refugee in Burleigh county waiting to get my free stuff and a job at Walmart

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      Quote Originally Posted by Obi-Wan View Post
      That's part of the Muzzy experience. But if you are shooting an inline it is more like a single shot rifle than a traditional muzzle loader anyway. Muzzy tags in ND were every couple of years until the inline craze and additional doe tags brought which in my opinion has ruined the season in ND. I wish they would eliminate the inlines with primers and only allow percussion caps and get back to the original
      intent of the muzzle loader season.
      I'm not a muzzleloader hunter, but I've got one and I'll use it because the tag kicks ass. It hit me today what I did. Talking to a buddy and he mentioned Pyrodex. The lights dinged. I verified my zero using Buckhorn 209. When the season arrived I filled all of those quick fill test tubes with Pyrodex. They are marked for Buckhorn. We'll see what tomorrow brings. I'm sure no confidence in the whole setup is gonna help a lot. Ha. I've thought about taping my bow sight to the stupid muzzleloader.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bucksnbears View Post
      gnats run??
      Yes.


      They have no choice after I'm done shooting their wings off.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      it took everything in my power not to hold over 10 feet and let it rip
      just dust the old 6.5 manbun off and do it that way.. ballistics wise really not much difference is there?

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      Quote Originally Posted by jdinny View Post
      just dust the old 6.5 manbun off and do it that way.. ballistics wise really not much difference is there?
      the first time i ranged him it was 315 i would have been done there.

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      Killing with the 6.5 creedmoor before you even new what it was.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      the first time i ranged him it was 315 i would have been done there.
      315 miles

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      =layup for the manbun

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      The green hornet's caught more fish than you've lied about!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Windage View Post
      315 miles

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      =layup for the manbun
      standard units are for rookies and non operators

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      Last edited by Kurtr; 12-12-2019 at 06:44 AM.
      Killing with the 6.5 creedmoor before you even new what it was.

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      I got one of those 1x scopes on my muzzy. More like .75x Do the red dot scopes work better? The 1x makes the branches covering a deer harder to see.

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      The 1X scope helps us old duffers see some sort of sight picture. Tried all sorts of fiber-optic and all I would get was a blurr. I just don't like seeing the end of the barrel, its just not right. Been 10 years sence the last tag, might need to get new powder if I get a tag sometime before I quit.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Reprobait View Post
      I got one of those 1x scopes on my muzzy. More like .75x Do the red dot scopes work better?
      The "smaller" red-dot "dots" are 3MOA, covering a 3" circle on the deer @ 100yds, and they're battery powered, and it's cold during ND/MN ML season. I have avoided red-dot's on the ML so as to save myself the aggravation inherent to battery powered things and cold weather.

      Probably works well for other folks but it seems that "Murphy the Lawmaker" is privy to my whereabouts all too often.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      we cant use scopes so it is 100 yards at the best and doe tags are unlimited if you want one. Muzzle loader is a meh for me

      If you look real hard you'll find we can use a 1x in SD as well. The regulations give the impression a scope can't be used but in actuality it just can't magnify. I like the 1x for its ability to make things look smaller than they are.

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      Ballistics a fun iffn your " into them".
      That being said, 99% of those hunting will kill just as many deer with a .243/270/30-06 as a " custom built" anything

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      Quote Originally Posted by huntorride365 View Post
      If you look real hard you'll find we can use a 1x in SD as well. The regulations give the impression a scope can't be used but in actuality it just can't magnify. I like the 1x for its ability to make things look smaller than they are.
      I should have added that he has a 1x on there it’s wierd seeing the bbl looking through it. Saturday looks a bit chilly but can’t kill them from the couch

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      I should have added that he has a 1x on there it’s wierd seeing the bbl looking through it. Saturday looks a bit chilly but can’t kill them from the couch
      https://southdakotahunting.com/season/muzzleloader-deer

      You'd think the actual regulations would state this. The regulation is confusing for sure.

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