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The .50 Missouri River Hawken ...
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If I were hard pressed (and really not all that hard) to choose which of today's modern reproduction muzzleloaders currently available IS my favorite ... right off, I would have to say it is that rifle shown in the photo at the top of this page and directly above - the Pedersoli .50 caliber Missouri River Hawken. Like it's big brother the Pedersoli .54 caliber Rocky Mountain Hawken, these two extremely near look-alike half-stock rifles definitely share some of the truest Hawken lines and styling of any modern copy of the famous St. Louis built original Hawken rifles. In fact, the only features differentiating these two models is that the 34 5/8-inch barreled .54 Rocky Mountain Hawken has that slightly larger bore ... which is rifled with a slow 1-in-65 rifling twist - while the slightly shorter 30-inch barreled .50 Missouri River Hawken is rifled with a really fast 1-in-24 rifling twist. These two models are so alike, the parts readily interchange. I shoot and hunt with both, and often swap the "hooked breech" barrels back and forth ... because one had come with a gorgeous curly maple stock. (Either version can be bought with either an American walnut ... or ... curly maple stock.)
I had actually acquired my 1-in-24 twist walnut stocked .50 caliber Missouri River Hawken a couple of months before completing my move from Missouri to Montana in late fall 2007 ... but did not get to hunt with it until 2009 due to a restriction in Montana requiring a person reside in the state for "AT LEAST" a full year before being able to buy resident licenses. But, it wasn't until 2012 that I actually had the opportunity to take a buck with the rifle. That whitetail was a young 3x3 meat buck, taken at 90 yards ... shooting a 90-grain charge of GOEX FFg and a big hefty 480-grain cast lead conical bullet. Thanks to the 1850's period correct 6x Wm. Malcolm "telescopic rifle sight" offered by Hi-Lux Optics, the rifle and load were right on at 100 yards ... and the shot put the buck down quickly and cleanly.
Tips for Better Muzzleloader Hunting
Many muzzleloader seasons open during the best days of the year, and they can be your best chance at bagging a big buck. States like Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and Oklahoma open during the heat of the rut. Midwest powerhouses like Iowa, Illinois, Ohio and Missouri have late-season opportunities in December and January. But just because there’s a gun in your hand doesn’t mean you’re carrying a modern firearm. Follow these 12 tips to become a better muzzleloader hunter.
(3): Bet on a Bullet
What bullet should you shoot? Old-school hunters with traditional equipment can consider patched round balls and conicals, but for modern inline muzzleloaders, there are basically two types. “One type is the full-bore bullet with a gas check at the base that contains the pressure once the powder is ignited,” Smotherman said. “The other type is an under-bore size that requires a sabot.”
Sabots need to be loaded exactly the same way every time. “Your sabot has petals on it,” Smotherman said. “Make sure one of those petals is always in perfect alignment [with the barrel, for consistency’s sake]. This ensures that every bullet exits the barrel the same way.”
Also consider the weight of the bullet. “Bullet weight is highly debated amongst muzzleloader shooters,” Smotherman said. “The two most common weights are 250- and 300-grain projectiles. Both will work just fine. But I prefer heavier bullets. I shoot a bullet that’s as close to 300 grains as possible. Heavier bullets are longer than their lighter counterparts, making them stabilize better in flight, which results in better accuracy.” Smotherman says the added weight helps with penetration and knockdown power, too.
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