Introducing............

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"DUNAMIS"...… inherent power, power residing in a thing by virtue of its nature.

My new custom .45cal muzzleloading rifle was built by Bestill Creations LLC on a Remington 700 S/A single shot.

McMillan Game Warden stock, McWoody finish
Bedded action
Bedded mount w/#8
.250 recoil lug
AGS Gen2 breech plug w/modules
Rock Creek 1:19 twist, large varmint contour, proprietary to Bestill Creations
LR Customs … T-Rex CSTM muzzle brake
Jewell trigger
Nightforce NXS 5.5-22x50 MOAR


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First 5 rounds fired at 107yds using Fury Star Tip2 land riding bullets

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After doing some ballistics work, a couple rounds at 500yds.
Range started filling so I quit shooting.

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godogs57

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I'll stick with my Hawken, Renegade and Seneca....Nice rifle but it completely defeats the purpose of muzzleloading....to challenge one's self.
 
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I'll stick with my Hawken, Renegade and Seneca....Nice rifle but it completely defeats the purpose of muzzleloading....to challenge one's self.
And that's perfectly fine. Been there myself. Been shooting the muzz since "73".
However, shooting less than a 2" group IS a challenge of one's self ;)
 

jbogg

Senior Member
I am brand new to muzzleloading but I just took my inexpensive entry level CVA Wolf to the range last week. At 100 yds my first three shots were all touching in and area the size of a quarter. I have never even been able to shoot groups like that with my centerfire. Was using 100 grns White Hot Pellets and 250 grn Barnes T- EZ. I became a Barnes believer when I Shot hard quartering away on an almost 300 lb sow at 70 yds. After passing completely through 2’ of pig it still went through the off side front leg bone upon exit. Great ammo!
 
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