Sunday, February 17, 2013

Ever Thought Of Hunting With A Muzzle-Loaded Handgun?

Here's a first look at getting the acuracy and knockdown power needed to take deer-sized game with the Traditions .50 caliber VORTEK Pistol. 

The .970" center-to-center 50-yard group shown here was shot from a sandbag rest, and generates and retains enough energy to almost 90 yards for taking a deer or wild hog.  The load consisted of 60 grains of Blackhorn 209 behind the Harvester Muzzleloading 260-grain Scorpion PT Gold. 

Learn what the maximum feasible charge of Blackhorn 209 is for this very serious hunting handgun.

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