September 2004
Outdoor Life;Sep2004, Vol. 211 Issue 7, p94
Presents a tabular representation of features of several muzzleloaders. CVA Kodiak 209 Magnum; New England Firearms Huntsman; Ultimate Firearms 40 BPXpress.


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