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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 10-06-2007, 09:47 PM
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I don't believe I said they were junk in my post. :

Though I do know people who owned them and have gotten rid of them.
Wolfhound- I also know many people who have owned many other brands of muzzleloaders and have gotten rid of them too.Myself included until 14 years ago finding a BN White in my friends gunshop.I traded a TC that was a good shooter for the White and have NEVER looked back.It shoots big conical bullets into MOA and has killed too many deer to remember, so its like everything else we buy,some like them and some don't.But I will venture to say, the ones who have them DON"T get rid of them.On all the hunting forums I frequent, never see many shooters who are having any problems with their Whites, can't say the same on all the other manufactures though.Guess its safe to say, I am a DWB and have been for many years and theres nothing being made to date that would have me not holding my White on opening day for deer.
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post #42 of 47 (permalink) Old 10-07-2007, 01:55 PM
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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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post #43 of 47 (permalink) Old 10-15-2007, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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I finally did shoot the white - 9 times and never swabbed it between shots. The last bullet went down the barrel with just one finger on the end of the rod. Was shooting the 430 grain bullets that came with it. My hunting partner was laughing his butt of when I pulled the trigger. He said both me and the bench moved back 6 inches. It was a blast. I've taken the ultra dot off the Ruger Mark II Comp and put it on the white. I haven't shot that combination yet, but I'm going too! Does anybody know whether or not the ultra dot will hold up?
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post #44 of 47 (permalink) Old 10-16-2007, 03:29 PM
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Now you can laugh at all the other guys when you see them pounding their bullet down the bore. ;D
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post #45 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-22-2012, 01:46 PM
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I have (2) white muzzleloaders and they perform 2nd to none lots of trophy animals in my home to bragg on them. I own a super 91 and a Gwhite tail series both the 45 cal. there is a company here in ut that can get you parts and all you need for them!! let me know i will send any info for anybody that has a white that needs parts i just ordered new breech plugs today and they have all we white owners need!!!! ;D
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post #46 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-23-2012, 12:56 AM
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never owned a white rifle. but i did get them to sell me a barrel some years back. had my smith put it on a savage/ Steven 94 action. and yes it shoots sure does well with paper patch bullets
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I have (2) white muzzleloaders and they perform 2nd to none lots of trophy animals in my home to bragg on them. I own a super 91 and a Gwhite tail series both the 45 cal. there is a company here in ut that can get you parts and all you need for them!! let me know i will send any info for anybody that has a white that needs parts i just ordered new breech plugs today and they have all we white owners need!!!! ;D
Evening: Just came across this post and since I just bought a WhiteSuper 91 I would be interested in the name of the company you refer to just in case I need something.

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