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Confederate rifleman

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At my favorite " Den of Iniquity" I spotted an absolutely new in the box, cuz it's in the box and everything is sealed up, TC Omega. Stainless/ grey laminated .50 caliber, for the OUTRAGEOUS price of $369.00. Date on owners manual is 6/03.
Put her on layaway.
Years ago, I had a Z5. Fabulous rifle! Shot my first inch group at 200 yards with it. I mounted a Leupold VX1 2x7 in their QR mounts.
After 1600 rounds, and 4 replacement plugs( groups opened up after about 400 shots) the breech sealing surfaces began to erode. MUCH sadness...
Now I don't NEED an Omega, but stainless, gray laminate stock, a great price AND literally new???
Forgive me. I was weak...
Might scope her. But I also have the TC aperture for her...
So. I would like to THINK that my muzzleloading battery is now complete.
Custom flintlock
Percussion sidelock ( TC Hawken laminate stock)
Striker fired open breech inline ( TC Firehawk)
Closed breech inline, the Omega.
 

Steelheader323

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Great guns. I own a total of 4 omegas now. All very solid shooters and will out perform any other inlines I have
 

fishhawk2700

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If you still have your old Omega, I have really nice replacement barrels. That would give you two great Omegas. PM if you are interested.
 

Jbrown69

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At my favorite " Den of Iniquity" I spotted an absolutely new in the box, cuz it's in the box and everything is sealed up, TC Omega. Stainless/ grey laminated .50 caliber, for the OUTRAGEOUS price of $369.00. Date on owners manual is 6/03.
Put her on layaway.
Years ago, I had a Z5. Fabulous rifle! Shot my first inch group at 200 yards with it. I mounted a Leupold VX1 2x7 in their QR mounts.
After 1600 rounds, and 4 replacement plugs( groups opened up after about 400 shots) the breech sealing surfaces began to erode. MUCH sadness...
Now I don't NEED an Omega, but stainless, gray laminate stock, a great price AND literally new???
Forgive me. I was weak...
Might scope her. But I also have the TC aperture for her...
So. I would like to THINK that my muzzleloading battery is now complete.
Custom flintlock
Percussion sidelock ( TC Hawken laminate stock)
Striker fired open breech inline ( TC Firehawk)
Closed breech inline, the Omega.
My local gun shop has an Omega x7 ? 50 cal with a laminate stock and reciever sights. Stainless barrel that is fluted. The gun is in very good shape. I like the weight and all but they have a high price on it. $550. Hard to spend that on a used loader.
 

TiggerLueb

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CR it's great when you find one of those deals that you just can't pass up. I learned years ago to keep a little extra cash handy when you find a deal like that. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you!
 

michiganmuzzy

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My local gun shop has an Omega x7 ? 50 cal with a laminate stock and reciever sights. Stainless barrel that is fluted. The gun is in very good shape. I like the weight and all but they have a high price on it. $550. Hard to spend that on a used loader.
How long has it been sitting and how does it look in the bore and breech? Make them an offer, start low. Dont let it get away.
 

sdporter

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At my favorite " Den of Iniquity" I spotted an absolutely new in the box, cuz it's in the box and everything is sealed up, TC Omega. Stainless/ grey laminated .50 caliber, for the OUTRAGEOUS price of $369.00. Date on owners manual is 6/03.
Put her on layaway.
Years ago, I had a Z5. Fabulous rifle! Shot my first inch group at 200 yards with it. I mounted a Leupold VX1 2x7 in their QR mounts.
After 1600 rounds, and 4 replacement plugs( groups opened up after about 400 shots) the breech sealing surfaces began to erode. MUCH sadness...
Now I don't NEED an Omega, but stainless, gray laminate stock, a great price AND literally new???
Forgive me. I was weak...
Might scope her. But I also have the TC aperture for her...
So. I would like to THINK that my muzzleloading battery is now complete.
Custom flintlock
Percussion sidelock ( TC Hawken laminate stock)
Striker fired open breech inline ( TC Firehawk)
Closed breech inline, the Omega.
You need a lot more than that to be complete., you’ll see.....LOL
 

Ninering62

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At my favorite " Den of Iniquity" I spotted an absolutely new in the box, cuz it's in the box and everything is sealed up, TC Omega. Stainless/ grey laminated .50 caliber, for the OUTRAGEOUS price of $369.00. Date on owners manual is 6/03.
Put her on layaway.
Years ago, I had a Z5. Fabulous rifle! Shot my first inch group at 200 yards with it. I mounted a Leupold VX1 2x7 in their QR mounts.
After 1600 rounds, and 4 replacement plugs( groups opened up after about 400 shots) the breech sealing surfaces began to erode. MUCH sadness...
Now I don't NEED an Omega, but stainless, gray laminate stock, a great price AND literally new???
Forgive me. I was weak...
Might scope her. But I also have the TC aperture for her...
So. I would like to THINK that my muzzleloading battery is now complete.
Custom flintlock
Percussion sidelock ( TC Hawken laminate stock)
Striker fired open breech inline ( TC Firehawk)
Closed breech inline, the Omega.
Congrats on a killer find. I'd had 2 Grey Lam/SS .50 Omegas many moons ago. I'd have bought that one up on the spot too.
 

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