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A.Gun
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Posted - 01/08/2016 :  2:04:07 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Had my inline muzzleloader for quite some time now, typically does not get used more than once every other year or so. I normally have my deer done by this time year to year but will go for a doe every once in a while.

The thimble/guide is attached to my barrel and goes up and over the barrel and not underneath like the newer inlines with multiple guides/thimbles. Mine is a single and plastic/carbon and began eroding two years ago, I fear one good shot and it will fall apart.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Anthony

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Post a pic please.

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Okie743
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Posted - 10/12/2016 :  3:02:30 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by A.Gun

Had my inline muzzleloader for quite some time now, typically does not get used more than once every other year or so. I normally have my deer done by this time year to year but will go for a doe every once in a while.

The thimble/guide is attached to my barrel and goes up and over the barrel and not underneath like the newer inlines with multiple guides/thimbles. Mine is a single and plastic/carbon and began eroding two years ago, I fear one good shot and it will fall apart.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Anthony



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Posted - 12/13/2016 :  10:50:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I suppose you know the manufacturer and either they are out of business, or do not sell parts so replacement is unlikely? Pull it while is unbroken and have one fabricated from brass by a good machinist.

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