Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Re: White Muzzleloading Systems
Heck of a deal ZP!! 8)
I will admit up until last year I was one of the doubters of the White Rifles. I owned several TC rifles over the years, but was not "completely" satisfied for one reason or another, cleaning between shots being the biggest. I bought a .451 Super 91 spring 2006 and after shooting that rifle I was hooked, big time. I now also own a .504 Super 91, I prefer the 24" barrels and longer stocks. My Whites are both shooters and will never be sold, just passed down to my sons when I can't carry them any longer. I did think ahead and bought a spare #11 breechplug, hammer and hammer rod, and Bold trigger which I can use in either one of my rifles.
I only own two TC's now,.54 Renegade and the Encore, which I still like so far, but its a sabot shooting rifle and has killed several deer for me in the past. After shooting the Whites I must say I prefer them over the Encore, if nothing else just for the ease of cleaning. It took me forever to find a load the Encore liked, but I finally did after much cost. The Whites have been more economical too as it didn't take long to get a accurate load with only 70-80 gr. of powder.
I killed two bucks last year with the .451 and hopefully will make some more meat with the .504 when I take it into the deer woods for the first time this season.
I'm a DWB lifer for sure!! ;D
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