The definitive handbook on hunting with black powder, with specific techniques for taking deer and turkey Covers all types of guns, from flintlocks and breechloaders to modern in-line muzzleloaders and gives expert advice on sighting, cleaning, and loading your gun Guidelines for storing and transporting guns, powder, and ammunition safely Long a favorite of reenactors as well as hunters looking for new challenges, black powder hunting has in recent years come into its own-with forty-six out of fifty states offering special muzzloader seasons, it's becoming more popular every year. Hunters with an interest in black powder need look no further than Dave Ehrig's Muzzleloading for Deer and Turkey, an in-depth, one-stop resource for beginners. Covering a vast array of guns, powder, ammunition, and accessories, the author explains how to get started, hone your skills, and stay safe. There's also plenty of guidance on what techniques and weapons are best suited for going after deer and turkey. Whether you're looking to extend your hunting season or just want to make the hunt more interesting, everything you need to know is here.But Hodg- don Powder states in its manual that the maximum load per shot should never exceed total pellets containing more than 100 ... Some rifle manufacturers may recommend the use of more pellets than Hodgdona#39;s maximum load.
|Title||:||Muzzleloading for Deer and Turkey|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2005|