Hi all, Who among us is a blackpowder shooter? Specifically the modern inlines. I already know all I need to know about those old school extremely accurate and forgiving roundball guns and I intend to get back into them as soon as I can...SOOOOOOOOOO I know there are no shortcuts to accuracy with these guns. But, does anyone use a CVA Wolf; 1/28 twist? I haven't shot mine much but I had one excellent group and now I cannot get the gun to shoot anywhere near as good. First time out I had about a 1" 3 shot group (2 bullets in one hole) now I cant get 3 bullets within 2 counties of each other. I need a starting point for bullet weights. I am thinking about 240 grains is as light as I should consider for deer. Recoil with a 340 grain bullet is as heavy as I can handle with a 90-100 gr powder charge. I have 5 powders to choose from. I am planning on testing all the bullet/sabot combinations I have with all that powder. But, if anyone has a favorite recipe for success...and if you wouldn't mind sharing it, please let me know. Also, since the Wolf may be a law unto itself, any info about the CVA Wolf will be appreciated. Oh, I don't need anyone to tell me it is a cheap gun. I already know it. But at one time it was near the top of the CVA line, so no Wolf bashing.