Fierce Firearms CARBON MZ PRO Muzzleloader

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Fierce Firearms have released a new 45-caliber bolt action muzzleloading rifle called Carbon MZ PRO which is an improved version of their previous muzzleloaders. In bolt action muzzleloaders, the ignition element of the system (in this case Arrowhead GEN 2 LRMP ignition module) is inserted and removed via a turn bolt action but the propellant and projectile are loaded into the barrel through the muzzle. The company guarantees sub-MOA accuracy for this firearm and notes that this is the most deadly accurate muzzleloader ever produced at Fierce Firearms. Let’s take a look at the specs and features of the new Fierce Firearms Carbon MZ PRO muzzleloader.

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Fierce Firearms Carbon MZ PRO muzzleloader is based on a Fierce Rival action that is made of stainless steel and features a spiral fluted bolt with a 70-degree throw and a 2-position safety. The rifle comes with a match-grade BIX’N ANDY trigger the pull weight of which can be adjusted within the 1 to 3 lb range. The action is bedded into a carbon fiber Rival LR stock that has a vertical palm swell pistol grip, Limbsaver recoil pad, adjustable cheekpiece, QD sling swivel sockets and integral Picatinny rail for attaching a bipod. The 24″ Fierce C3 carbon fiber barrel features a matrix finish, hand-lapped liner, 5/8×24 muzzle threads, and comes with a Fierce NIX titanium muzzle brake installed. The overall weight of the Fierce Firearms Carbon MZ PRO muzzleloader is 8 lbs.

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The starting price of the Fierce Firearms Carbon MZ PRO is $3,299. This price includes the following muzzleloading accessories and tools: powder funnel, ramrod with carry pouch, breech plug wrench, hand prime tool, de-priming punch, and 20 Arrowhead ignition modules.

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Hrachya H
Hrachya H

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  • 84995881 84995881 on Jun 06, 2023

    A great implement for doing some traditional hunting.

  • Ostiariusalpha Ostiariusalpha on Jun 06, 2023

    Is it just me, or does the bolt throw on this and the Gunwerks muzzleloader seem unnecessarily long? I'd like to see a modernized rolling block style muzzleloader.