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cayuga wrote:According to the T/C Barrel Twist chart...
The .45 caliber was 1-48RH
The .50 caliber was 1-38RH
The .54 caliber was 1-48RH
cayuga wrote:To be honest... I never could find one to purchase that I wanted.. so I built my own kind of.
I purchased a 21 inch 1-28 twist Green Mountain Barrel in flintlock. This barrel fits my T/C Hawkens rifle. And it shoots a 240 grain XTP with amazing accuracy. Talk about easy to carry and to point. But maybe its my eyes.. since it is not scoped.. I just can not hold any accuracy out past say... 60 yards. Out to 50 yards, it is deadly. And where I hunt my shots are 35 yards or less, usually less, and if walking its normally a brown streak moving through the thickets.. but it sure is nice to carry and swing on target. I think every one should own a carbine or two, or in my case several..
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