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Traditions™ Buckstalker Break-Action .50 Caliber Muzzleloaders

   

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The Traditions® Buckstalker™ Break-Action .50 Caliber Muzzleloader packs more performance and quality into a smaller price bracket than any other muzzleloader on the market. It comes standard with TRUGLO® fiber-optic sights, a solid aluminum ramrod, the Traditions PAS System for easy bullet starting, Dual Safety System, and Accelerator Breech Plug. Twist: 1 in 28''. Barrel length: 24''. Overall length: 43''. Weight: 6 lbs.

  • TRUGLO fiber-optic sights
  • Solid aluminum ramrod
  • PAS System for easy bullet starting
  • Dual Safety System
  • Accelerator Breech Plug
  • Twist: 1 in 28''
  • Barrel length: 24''
  • Overall length: 43''
  • Weight: 6 lbs.
Traditions™ Buckstalker Break-Action .50 Caliber Muzzleloaders 4.8 5 6 6
Excellent first muzzleloader This was the first year that I got into muzzleloader hunting so I wasn't looking to spend a whole lot of money. After hours of comparing I decided to go with the Traditions Buckstalker w/ fiber sights. I took it to the range a week before muzzleloader season and out the box it was shooting the 7 ring (high & left) at about 75 yards. Within 5 shots it was shooting 9's & 10's. (standing) Took it out hunting on opening day and bagged my first doe with it. Great gun for the price and easy to clean & maintain. I don't think I'll ever buy another one, just because I love this gun that much. October 23, 2012
Great Gun Great gun! I was able to bore sight my scope in and get it on paper first shot. The 209 primers make this a very easy gun to shoot. Upfront cost to get powder and everything for it is pricey but very worth the reward. Great conversation piece also!!! July 18, 2012
Awesome Smokepole To be brief, I have A TC Encore. The Buckstalker every bit as good if not better. No more need be said. October 23, 2012
Awesome shooting gun! I bought this gun becouse of the price and no other reason! However it was a really nice surprise to find out that it shoots better than all the guns that I have. Right out of the box it was grouping 2-2.5 inch spreads at 100 yards. After 150 rounds its still shooting great! after cleaning it a few times. I don't care what guns you own you should still put one of these in your collection! December 6, 2014
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I've never shot a muzzleloader before and I was wondering how the kick is on this gun compared to 12ga slugs, 7.62x59, 30-06. or anything else.
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About the same and definitly not more than 12 ga. slug.
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It will depend on the powder charge you use.. 100 grains is about the same as a 30/30 or 410 shotgun.. I use 80 grains with a 250 graIn bullet.. Just try different loads until you find the one you like..
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I've shot all kinds of guns and if you've shot a 12 Ga. it is not as bad as that. Just put it hard to the shoulder and let it rip!
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