10 Best Camo Muzzleloaders for 2019

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Which of These Gets Your Pick?

CVA Accura Plains Rifle (PR)

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1 | CVA Accura Plains Rifle (PR)

Want a good muzzleloader that can stretch out there and make that long shot? The Accura PR from CVA is the gun for you. It has a Nitride-treated fluted Bergara barrel made of 416-grade steel with a 1:28 twist rate. It also has the patented Quick Release Breech Plug and Quake Claw sling. It also has the DuraSight one-piece scope mount, ambidextrous stock, CrushZone recoil pad and reversible hammer spur. It weighs 7.2 pounds and comes in Realtree Max-1 XT.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 28 inches

MSRP: $500.95-551.95

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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CVA Accura Mountain Rifle (MR)

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2 | CVA Accura Mountain Rifle (MR)

This muzzleloader was designed specifically for those who hunt in rough country. It’s lighter weight (6.35 pounds), has a shorter barrel and is more compact than other CVA models. It also incorporates a Bergara barrel, Quick Release Breech Plug, Trigger Guard Actuating Breeching Action, Neutral Center of Gravity Trigger, SoftTouch Stock and Quake Claw gun sling. It uses the solid-aluminum PalmSaver Ramrod. It’s offered in Realtree camo.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 25 inches

MSRP: $493.50-545.95

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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CVA Accura V2/LR

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3 | CVA Accura V2/LR

The V2/LR is similar in build to the PR and MR, except with a longer barrel. It offers a 1:22 twist rate in the .45 caliber and a 1:28 twist rate in the .50 caliber. Both options have a Nitride-treated Bergara barrel, Quick Release Breech Plug, one-piece DuraSight DEAD-ON Scope Mount, ambidextrous composite stock (standard or thumbhole), CrushZone Recoil Pad, solid-aluminum PalmSaver ramrod, cocking spur and much more. This model weighs in at 8.1 pounds. Comes in Realtree camo.

Caliber: .45 and .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 30 inches

MSRP: $572.95

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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CVA Optima V2

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4 | CVA Optima V2

The Optima V2 by CVA offers something a little different than the Accura line. It sports the Trigger Guard Actuated Breech System (with Quick Release technology), fluted premium barrel in 416 stainless steel or 416 stainless steel with Nitride, DuraSight DEAD-ON scope mount, ambidextrous thumbhole stock and solid-aluminum PalmSaver ramrod. This model has a 1:28 twist rate Get yours in Realtree EDGE.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 28 inches

MSRP: S303.95-411.95

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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CVA Wolf

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5 | CVA Wolf

Just want a lower-price-point muzzleloader that you can get on a budget? The CVA Wolf is mostly likely the best in class. Like most of the other CVA .50-caliber guns, it has a 1:28 twist rate, Nitride-treated barrel, DEAD-ON scope mount, fiber optic sights, ambidextrous stock, PalmSaver ramrod, Quick Release Breech Plug, etc. It weighs 6.25 pounds and comes in Realtree camo.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 24 inches

MSRP: $203.99-313.99

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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CVA Paramount

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6 | CVA Paramount

This is the MacDaddy. It’s the king of muzzleloaders. The ultimate long-range muzzleloader. And it goes by the name of Paramount. It’s a sweet-shooting piece of tech with a 1:22 twist rate, Nitride-treated free-floating barrel, VariFlame Breech Plug and internal aluminum chassis. It also has a fully adjustable stock, self-deploying ramrod, etc. All in all, this was one of the most impressive muzzleloaders at the 2019 SHOT Show.

Caliber: .45 caliber

Barrel Length: 26 inches

MSRP: $1,062.95

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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Thompson/Center Triumph Bone Collector

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7 | Thompson/Center Triumph Bone Collector

The Triumph Bone Collector from Thompson/Center (T/C) is an impressive gun. It has a 1:28 twist rate, a 209-primer ignition, the Speed Breech XT and Power Rod ramrod. It also features a FlexTech stock and Weather Shield technologies. This gun is a great choice if you’re in the market for a new smokepole. It comes in Realtree EDGE.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 28 inches

MSRP: $720

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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Thompson/Center Impact! SB

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8 | Thompson/Center Impact! SB

Are you a T/C fan but not a fan of expensive muzzleloaders? The Impact! SB has your name on it. This gun features many of the features the top-end T/Cs are famous for, including the Speed Breech plug, 209-primer ignition and Power Rod. The best part? It’s made in the USA and comes in Realtree EDGE camo.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 26 inches

MSRP: $324

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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Traditions StrikerFire Crush

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9 | Traditions StrikerFire Crush

This muzzleloader package comes with just about everything you’ll need to get in the field and chase whitetails. This .50 caliber muzzleloader has a 28 inch barrel finished in black Nitride coating and the stock and fore arm is finished in Realtree EDGE. This rife uses Traditions hammerless Strikerfire action and comes standard with the Sig Sauer 3-9x40 Whiskey 3 scope. This package also includes a padded shoulder sling and a padded soft case.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 28 inches

MSRP: Unknown

Learn more here.

— Tyler Ridenour

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Traditions Pursuit G4

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10 | Traditions Pursuit G4

The Pursuit G4 from Traditions Performance Firearms is chambered in .50 caliber. It has a 26-inch barrel and is full Realtree Xtra. It comes with a 3-9x40 range-finding scope, too. This is a great gun, especially for the money.

Caliber: .50 caliber

Barrel Length: 26 inches

MSRP: $539

Learn more here.

— Josh Honeycutt

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Muzzleloaders are king in states where centerfire rifles aren’t allowed. Beyond that, many hunters across the country simply prefer to head afield with black-powder gun in-hand. Luckily, we have numerous quality options for 2019. Here are what we believe are the 10 best muzzleloaders on the market this year.