Loading a muzzleloader requires dumping powder into the powder horn and centering the pillow ticking patch over the belt and push the ball down. Discover how to use a ball starter and a ramrod to finish loading a muzzleloader and more with help from a shooting instructor and range officer in this free video series on muzzleloaders.
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In order to load a muzzleloader, dump powder into the powder horn, center the pillow ticking patch over the belt and push the ball down. Discover how to use a… Read More
In order to zero a muzzleloader, find out where the sights are going to be set and file the front sight if the shooting is low. Find out how to… Read More
Before cleaning a muzzleloader, it's important to take the ammo out and to use a cleaning patch with a cleaning jig. Learn about cleaning the residue out of a muzzleloader's… Read More
The purpose of knapping a flint on a muzzleloader is to keep the flint sharp so that it causes a spark, which in turn ignites the powder to make the… Read More