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Discussion in 'Traditional Muzzleloader Hunting' started by wry, Feb 13, 2020 at 4:41 PM.
It was cold! Below zero in Southwest Montana last week of season. I usually dress period, but chickened-out on this particular morning. Load: 90 grains 3f, .530 ball. pillow ticking patch. shot: 40-50 yards. A little too far back but the deer walked away about 10 yards and piled up.
That will work. Fills the freezer!
Well done sir!!
Nice rifle and great photo as well.
That's just grand. Did the carcass start to freeze?
wry, congratulations on a fine buck. Thanks for sharing it with us. Can you tell us more about your good looking rifle?
Best regards, Skychief.
nice and with a .54
That gives you a feeling you can't get with anything modern. Congratulations.
Shot looks pretty good to me! Congratulations...looks like an older buck. If you only showed the rack, I'd say it was a whitetail! The body and face are all muley, but definitely not a standard muley rack. Very nice!
Nice buck! Nice muzzy!
Nice .54 and nice buck to go with it. Thanks for sharing.
Very nice! Thanks for sharing my friend.
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