Does Reverse 7 L Outfitters offer drop camp muzzleloader hunts?
No, we only guide muzzleloader elk hunts on private land in the game management units 22, 32, 33 and 42.
Does Reverse 7 L have trophy fees?
No, kill a 200″ or 400″ bull and it’s the same price.
How do I book my Colorado muzzleloader elk hunt?
Simple, call us or fill out the form on our contact page here.
Do I need to wear blaze orange or pink?
Yes. You must wear at least 500 square inches of solid daylight fluorescent orange or solid florescent pink material above the waist on an outer garment while hunting deer, elk, pronghorn, bear, or moose during a muzzleloading or rifle season.
What is the minimum size caliber for elk?
For elk conical bullets must be at least .50 caliber and round balls must be at least .45 caliber. If greater than .50 caliber a bullet or round ball must weigh at least 210 grains. Round balls .40-.50 caliber must weigh at least 170 grains.
Am I allowed to shoot sabots during elk season?
NO. Sabots are prohibited.
Can I use a scope on my muzzleloader in Colorado?
NO. Open sights MUST be used as well. Colorado only allows the use of iron sights on Muzzleloaders.
Do I tip my hunting guide?
Yes. Our guides work hard to provide you with an exceptional hunt. 20% is standard. If for any reason you are not satisfied, please do not hesitate to bring a matter to our attention so that we can correct any issues you may have. Tipping our cooks is also appreciated and recommended.
What units do you guide?
We are muzzleloader elk guides for the following Colorado hunting units:
- Unit 22 Muzzleloader Elk Guide.
- Unit 32 Muzzy Elk Guide.
- Unit 33 Elk Guide.
- Unit 42 Elk Guide.