Who has one, or has had experience with one before? Was checking them out at scheels and heard the new one for 2020 comes with a muzzelbreak which would be nice! They claim to be a 600yd muzzeloader...any input good or bad?
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Yeah I suppose they could have. Ballistics on above would be somthing like a 420 inch drop at 700 yards zeroed at 100.I watched a youtube video on it. I believe they used a 270grain bullet,Used BH209 102 grains. And I believe they got around 2150fps, shot it out to 725 yds. They seemed very impressed with the gun, but maybe it was cva doing it, I can't remember.
How’s the recoil?I bought one and have been super impressed. I haven’t shot it long range yet but was stacking sabots at 150 yards. Not that that’s impressive but it’s everything I’ve expected so far. I talked to guys at 3 different Scheels, all of them said the same thing. Completely blown away. Everyone of them said they were smashing 12” steel plates at 600 & 700 yards.
They have you zero it 4” high at 100 for a 200 yard zero. You’re shooting 150 grains by volume of BH209 if you following their advice.
I elected to buy the 2019 version. Online it said the muzzle break was pretty expensive & not included for the same MSRP.
The guy in the video did say he no more moa on the scope, absolute furthest he could shoot it. I suppose you could do that with alot of guns.? I'm not for or against it, just what I've seen on YouTube.Yeah I suppose they could have. Ballistics on above would be somthing like a 420 inch drop at 700 yards zeroed at 100.