Traditional Cap Guns - Let's See 'em!

azelkhntr

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I shoot a Knight wolverine in .50 cal. Its visible in my profile pick. Its taken one bear, 2 deer and this year now a javelina. Great carbine. I just acquired a T/C Hawken in .50 Cal but have yet to take her out to the range. It's an early '70's model that has some perhaps unique features but IDK. Records are nonexistent on them due to a fire. Shes a beauty. Always wanted a Hawken style rifle. I was hoping to hunt elk with it this year but was unsuccessful in the CO draw.
 

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TradeGun.62

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Some nice rifles there fellas.

@Dave N mine is a .50 which seemed really big at the time. Wishing now I'd got a .54 as well.

I have been thinking about adding another, a Lyman Great Plains Rifle or maybe the Pedersoli Rocky Mountain Hawken.

Surely there are more out there. Post up for everyone to see 'em!
 

JohnCushman

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I have a .50 cal CVA bobcat. It's synthetic and only has a 28 inch barrel, but shoots great. I got it on clearance at K mart for $25 about 20 years ago.
 

Griggs

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Rifles only? This is one of my frequent range guns...

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If rifles only I can swap the pic for a different one
 

lonedave

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Couple more, some from a bit further back....

2002, .54 T/C White Mountain carbine, 100 gr Goex, and Maxihunter, first muzzleloader kill

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2003, Same T/C Seneca .45, 70 gr Goex, and maxihunter

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2008, Same T/C Hawken with .62 Green Mountain Barrel rifled 1:62 by Ed Rayl, round ball, 100 gr Goex, first kill with it

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Another few of chukars with T/C New Englander 12 ga

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