Bergara 45 Breech Plug

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  1. Feb 9, 2019 #1

    ourway77

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    I have a 45 caliber Bergara Muzzle Loader it has the speed breech plug I am interested in a Blackhorn breech but can't seem to find one Maybe some one could modify the one I have?
     
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    Scroll down. Probably should also get a OEM plug and have Ron convert it so you have a permanent spare too.
    https://www.mbsportinggoods.com/cva-gun-parts.html

    BLACKHORN QRBP FOR APEX D28 31270A
    BLACKHORN QRBP FOR APEX 31270A

    $26.99

    Qrbp for apex rifles 31270
    Qrbp for apex rifles 31270

    $21.00
     
  3. Feb 11, 2019 #3

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    Forgot to say Bergara 45 caliber barrel is on an Encore not Apex I may just send it and have Direct Ignition as I want to have the end of the barrel cut and re-crowned
     
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    Scroll down on that link past the Apex plugs.

    Blackhorn 209 Breechplug for TC4008 & TC4009 series barrels 31655B
    Blackhorn 209 Breechplug for TC4008 & TC4009 series barrels
    $21.95
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    The nose of that looks a lot different than the standard CVA plug. Does it do better with BH? I realize it's a BH plug so should do fine. I guess I just always assumed they were the same plug.
     

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