I am looking for a new muzzleloader to use next fall and I have been noticing that on all of the pictures of these guns that I am seeing on the manufacturers and other websites, that the trigger shoe on these guns seems to be angled sharply from the upper back of the trigger guard toward the bottom front of the trigger guard, i.e. they do not come out of the stock/recevier of the gun at more or less at a 90% angle like most of the older muzzleloaders I have seen in the past.
Why this change in angle of the trigger on these guns ?
Last edited by wpshooter; 03-03-2011 at 12:57 PM..
Location: i live in southern indiana,old country boy at heart
Re: angle of trigger shoe on newer muzzleloader
congrats,not trying to insult you but you sure have confused some of the most knowledgable gun people here including me.i think a picture or a drawing of both types may help us poor folks to help you out. old semperfi