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The Me 209 of 1943 was an attempt to create an enhanced version of the Bf 109, which served as the Luftwaffe's primary fighter aircraft throughout World War II. The Me 209, despite its designation, bore no relationship to the earlier Me 209.The RLM's 8-209 airframe number assigned to Messerschmitt, for its pair of post-July 1938 designation Me 209 airframes, was used for two projects during the late 1930s and early 1940s. The first Me 209 was a single-engine air speed record plane for which little consideration was given to adaptation for combat.
I tried a muzzle loader and found it just isn't for me. Sold the gun, have some left over ammo.
Traditions .50 plinker bullets, 240 grains, x16
Winchester 209 primers, x46
Hogdon Triple 7 50/30 powder pellets, x92
Traditions Tracker 209
.50 cal, in-line muzzleloader, 209 primers
Weaver K4 60-B 4x scope, mounted and zeroed at 60 yards
Black leather sling
Good condition, some nicks out of the barrel and bore near the muzzle. Photo below.
Comes with everything you need to get started with black powder...