I was visiting the family in Kalifornistan and the 2 oldest grand kids got cap and ball revolvers. The SIL asked the RSO about shooting them for the 1st time. Good thing they had more than 1 RSO because he was tied up for the afternoon. He evidently loves black powder. After the kids learned how to load they started shooting. The younger of the 2 just graduated from HS and is an amazing shot. Definitely impressed the RSO. The older one has been shooting some BP rifles and teaching marksmanship for the Boy Scouts at camp. He is an Eagle. He was telling me how much fun the muzzle loader rifles are. I ended up buying 2 Traditions Buckstalker 50's for them. They really look interesting and I am now considering getting one for myself. They are a break action with a screw in breach that takes 209 shotgun primers. Only weigh 6 lbs. I was amazed that you can still buy muzzle loaders with no paperwork in the PRK.