11-22-9 This would make a great Xmass gift..... : 10-2... Come one guys, this is a great deal, and a great way to get into muzzle loading. Heck, it even moves deer season up a week in Ga. I had said I wanted to sell this in GA, but as long as I clear $100, I'll sell it anywhere. So if you want to pay shipping it is still a good deal. And if you wanted to trade, I could include my Heritage Rough rider .22 & .22 mag pistola. whatchya got? Lop Hi guys, I've got a CVA sidelock muzzle loader I'd like to sell with all the trimmings for $100. This is a "beginner" gun. Enought to tell if muzzle loading is for you. It aint' for me. : This micky mouse of loading and cleaning is just not my cup of tea. I must say, it does give a very satisfying BOOM and sure sends a slug down range with a lot of punch. It dents steel targets deeper than .44 mags out of a 20 inch barrel. So what I'm selling is the gun and : 52 pcs T/C .50 cal. 350 grain lubed bullets. I paid $.79 per, so that is $41.50 in slugs that will work in any .50 call ml. 4 pcs .45 cal jhp w/ salbots (cheap ammo) T/C bore butter ~1/2 of .75 oz tube. hodgedon pydodex RS propelent (bottle is full to the top of the "pyrodex" logo, ~2/3's full) 48 pcs Winchester magnum BP primers Powder measure 5-125 grains (this gun is rated for 100 grain max) .50 cal brass brush, swab, and jag Bullet auger (to screw into bullet and pull out stuck rounds) little hook thang. This screws onto ramrod like the other tools and loosens up crud and also retreives "lost" patches. modified wrench and spood for measureing out charge and getting nipple off. a modes pile of "seasoned" patches. and the use of my range to show you how/that it works. http://www.cva.com/lifetime.html (9th down from top) I really want to sell this face to face and not bother with shipping, so a N. Ga sale. I'm firm on my price, but am willing to do a little swapping if you insisted. The way I see this set up is that it will show you if you want to get a nice one without the expence of committing to a high dollar gun. All the goodies will work with any .50 gun, and you could not buy the trimmings for less than $75.