What would happen if you shot a muzzleloader with a patch with no lube?
Probably not much. I used to shoot my old CVA Wolf with a spit soaked patch and ball. It was no less accurate than the lubed ones. Maybe more difficult to load.What would happen if you shot a muzzleloader with a patch with no lube?
In the “old days” it was commonplace to just dampen a patch with your mouth, so nothing really serious happens without ‘patch lube’.What would happen if you shot a muzzleloader with a patch with no lube?
Do you make your MM?Thanks for the replies. I used moose milk for patches last night and when they dried, it felt like not much lubrication was left on them. Guess I'll just have to burn some powder to find out how they do.
How much does @Tipmoose, @woodmoose and @Moose charge for the snot?Well heck, let us know!!!
I usually use a homemade concoction called Moose Snot but for 25 years or so I used SnoSeal, it worked as well as anything else I have tried...
Yikes! I have never met the other two but I have serious doubt you could get anywhere close to @woodmoose with two rocks without suffering severe consequences......even sneaking up on his blind side!
Im still trying to figure out ghe logistics of retrieval. Id think you would need extra hands.......
well they claim that Bore Butter has no petroleum based products,,,so if you know that it has mineral oil we could win a HUGE false advertising lawsuit,,,,,,,My understanding is BB has mineral oil as an ingredient....and mineral oil is a petroleum product