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Traditions™ Hawken Woodsman .50 Caliber Percussion Muzzleloader

Enjoy shooting the classic muzzleloader with this classic Hawken design. This .50 caliber gun sports a 28'' blued barrel with 1 in 48'' twist. Lite Optic sights top the barrel. Features an all-weather select hardwood stock. Tang and hook breech. Includes wooden ramrod, brass embellishments and inlays, and brass butt plate. Overall length: 44-1/2''. Weight: 7-7/8 lbs. Traditions Hawken Woodsman muzzleloader features: Classic Hawken design.50 caliberLite Optic sights28'' barrel with 1 in 48'' twist All weather walnut finish stockTang and hook breech Brass embellishments and inlays, butt plates Octagonal blued barrels Wooden ramrods
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Can you use sabots?

asked 6 years ago
by
beeg
on Traditions™ Hawken Woodsman .50 Caliber Percussion Muzzleloader
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answer 1
I believe the answer to this question relies on the ballistics. This rifle will fire a sabot. The question will be "How accurate will the shot be?" The barrel twist rate for this rifle is 1:48 which is OK for round ball, conicals, and short pistol sabots. I would recommend a lighter sabot. Typically, a faster twist rate would be used for shooting heavier sabots, say 1:28 twist.

Google some ballistics calculations and then make up your own mind.

This is a fun rifle to shoot.. and round balls are great to practice with, plus they are cheap.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
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Anonymous
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