The new NitroFire and FireStick system keeps ignition consistent by protecting the powder, even during storage; the loading process is easy, and the primer can be left in the FireStick or removed without compromising the charge; and the system doesn’t restrict the choice of bullets and 209 muzzleloader primers, meaning hunters can stick with proven favorites.
For most of PowerBelt’s less-than-20-year existence, it’s been the dominant bullet brand in muzzleloading, and though it caught on quickly, this All-American success story didn’t occur without much hard work and sacrifice. Here’s how they did it.
Federal Premium has announced the introduction of its new 209 Muzzleloading Primer, which is designed to complement its line of B.O.R. Lock MZ bullets.
Developments come along a little less frequently in the muzzleloader realm than they do in other corners of our industry. It's just the nature of the beast—how much can you really tweak the muzzleloading formula? That said, when new product does hit the market, it tends to be borderline revolutionary—a recent example being Federal Premium's B.O.R. Lock MZ projectile. Alliant Powder is hoping to score a similar victory with its brand new Blue MZ muzzleloading pellets. Here are five things you need to know.
Meet our 2016 Muzzleloader of the Year, the Accura LR Nitride from CVA.
Federal Premium re-entered the muzzleloader projectile market in a big way last year, with the introduction of its revolutionary Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet. Featuring the company's innovative B.O.R. (Bullet Obturating Ramp) Lock MZ system, the new submission was crafted to provide top-notch accuracy in a non-sabot design. It served as a game changer for the industry, and Federal hasn't slowed pace: in 2016, the folks in Anoka will be rolling out a lead version. Here are five things you need to know.