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#6606206 - 12/28/16 08:16 PM Unloading Muzzleloader
Brother Phil Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 01/07/15
Posts: 170
How do you unload a ML, besides shooting it? Also, if you have an inline, is is considered safe to just remove the primer?

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#6606269 - 12/28/16 08:52 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
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Registered: 02/25/09
Posts: 4257
Loc: Burleson Texas
If inline, remove primer, remove breech plug, remove powder, push bullet out. If traditional, shooting it is the easiest way but if cant then remove cap, use a ball puller to screw into your bullet and pull it out. There is also another way but I have never used it before. There is a pressurized air canister that can be attached to the nipple port and can be used to push everything out the end of the barrel.
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#6606423 - 12/29/16 12:27 AM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
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Outdoorsman

Registered: 12/03/16
Posts: 78
Loc: New Braunfels, TX
GLC is on the money.

As far as being "safe"...many states consider a muzzleloader with no primer or cap installed to be "unloaded". I personally prefer no projectile or powder present when I store my smokepole.

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#6606897 - 12/29/16 11:37 AM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
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Light Foot

Registered: 02/12/16
Posts: 46
Loc: Conroe, TX
I have a tool that uses a co2 cartridge remove the primer place tool on nipple pull trigger on tool pushes out pellets and bullet

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#6606906 - 12/29/16 11:44 AM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: GLC]
bowbuilder1971 Offline
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Registered: 12/16/12
Posts: 449
I have the co2 cartridge discharged for my Thompson Center Renegade and they work great. I bought it 20 years ago when I had my first muzzleloader and had a lot of FTF caps in the new tin of CCI caps that I bought for my new rifle. So I pulled out the discharger and used it to unload it on the line at the range. Reminds me of pumpkin chunkin lol.

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#6607209 - 12/29/16 03:19 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
breadman Offline
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Registered: 08/19/14
Posts: 1066
Loc: huntsville texas
any idea where to get this co2 tool ?????
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#6607618 - 12/29/16 08:55 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
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Outdoorsman

Registered: 12/03/16
Posts: 78
Loc: New Braunfels, TX
Did some searching, and am thinking they are no longer available. Was originally marketed by Genuine Innovation under the "Safe T Unloader" label.

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#6607693 - 12/29/16 10:00 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
maximum Offline
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Registered: 09/30/09
Posts: 1580
if the discharger they're talking of is the
one i'm thinking of, it was a tool for inflating
bicycle tires adapted for use for b.p. guns.
you could probably rig an adapter for it in some
way. that what the other folks did.
you can also use a rubber tipped blow gun with
an air hose and compressor.
i shoot mine out before i leave.
i don't think it's safe in these modern times
to leave a load in. too many lawyers on television
looking for someone to sue.

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#6607720 - 12/29/16 10:27 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
bowbuilder1971 Offline
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Registered: 12/16/12
Posts: 449
Here is a couple of places that have the dischargers in stock. They sure went up in price. I paid $14.99 for mine and now since they don't make them anymore they are selling for $34.99

http://www.jedediah-starr.com/closeup.asp?cid=215&pid=2577

http://www.morrismuzzleloading.com/rmc_co2_blowoff__inflator__discharger?b=1

http://www.dixiegunworks.com/product_inf...t47lcs97n3rmhq4

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#6614467 - 01/03/17 01:22 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
breadman Offline
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Registered: 08/19/14
Posts: 1066
Loc: huntsville texas
thanks bowbuilder , gonna get me one !
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#6614492 - 01/03/17 01:36 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
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Natty Love

Registered: 09/22/11
Posts: 26363
Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
Think id just shoot it if its not a removable breach lol I had this thought run through my head the other day while looking at one
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#6615498 - 01/04/17 01:56 AM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: breadman]
bowbuilder1971 Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 12/16/12
Posts: 449
Originally Posted By: breadman
thanks bowbuilder , gonna get me one !


You're welcome breadman. Let me know how you like it. It works great for me.

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#6615748 - 01/04/17 08:20 AM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
redchevy Offline
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Registered: 10/25/04
Posts: 24170
Loc: Texas
Have always just fired mine.

One time at the range I couldn't get it to go off and had to use the ball puller... pain in the rear!
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#6617963 - 01/05/17 12:14 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
tx_basser Offline
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Registered: 09/16/05
Posts: 322
I've done both.. Used to shoot it then clean when I get home, but lately started putting the jag on the ramrod and pulling out the ball or bullet.

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#6620315 - 01/06/17 07:17 PM Re: Unloading Muzzleloader [Re: Brother Phil]
Brother Phil Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 01/07/15
Posts: 170
After a deer hunt yesterday, and not shooting the gun, I removed the primer, breech plug, then pushed out the powder/bullet with the ramrod. I was surprised the powder (pellet form, not loose) was not damaged.

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