I currently own a cva wolf 209x50 magnum muzzleloader and I love it. I'm thinking about getting a better muzzleloader; more specifically, one that's heavy enough I can run magnum loads out of it. My wolf is a 6.3 lb beginner ML ($250 kit at gander mountain). I'm trying to decide between : 1. Cva accura v2 2. TC omega z5 3. TC triumph 4. TC bone collector 5. TC pro hunter fx I'm in high school and I wanted to know which of these muzzleloaders would be the easiest one to save up for on an average part-time summer job and it still be a decent inline rifle. If I buy it online, will one of my parents have to sign for it? Fedex and ups that "work" with kendallville, Indiana (my hometown) rarely make you sign for stuff. They have left my newest airsoft gun on the porch. Heck, they even left some .41 magnum ammo on the porch before. I know the weight limit (without signature) is bogus because they left my gun rack on the porch. One of my neighbors had them leave a sink on their porch. Which of these three would be my best chance of getting the one I want : 1. Buy it online 2. Do multiple laps through gander mountain's gun department (behind the counter) 3. Try Walmart when they get their ML's in Every year my local Walmart store gets muzzeloaders in stock every year as a seasonal thing. Most of them are cva rifles, they do get a few TC rifles in; usually an omega z5 and a TC impact. Thanks guys! P.s. recoil isn't an issue up to 50lbs of recoil with iron sights or 45 lbs with a scope. I run a 295 grain powerbelt HP with 2, 50 grain pellets out of my wolf and it kicks about like a 20 gauge slug.