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Traditions™ Tracker Muzzleloader

   

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Traditions™ Tracker Muzzleloader is great for first timers. Simple to load, easy to shoot, and easy to clean. 209 shotgun primer ignition delivers the hottest ignition in muzzleloading today. Includes in-line bolt action with quiet thumb safety, 24'' fast twist performance nickel finish barrel with 1 in 28'' twist, and Lite Optic Adjustable sights allow for optimal sighting in low-light conditions. Magnum receiver accepts up to 150 grains of Pyrodex® pellets or loose powder. Features removable breech plug system and durable synthetic stock. Comes with synthetic ramrod, breech plug/nipple wrench, and detailed instructions.
Manufacturer model #: R44003470.

  • Includes in-line bolt action with quiet thumb safety
  • 24'' fast twist performance nickel finish barrel
  • Lit Optic Adjustable sights allow for optimal sighting in low-light conditions
  • Features removable breech plug system and durable synthetic stock
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great first muzzleloader I haven't had a chance to hunt with it yet but I'm sure it will do well. I'm able to hold a good 2 in. group at 100 yds. with a Tasco scope, Hodgon 777 powder pellets, and Thompson Center Shockwave bullets. I think for the money you can't do a whole lot better than this one. All together it is well worth it, especially for anyone just getting into blackpowder. Be careful cleaning it! When I pushed the ramrod in the back of the breach one time it got caught and I busted open my thumb pretty bad when I pushed it loose. January 28, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Purchase I purchased this Traditions Tracker as my back up muzzleloader for my dad and also grandsons to hunt with me on the black powder hunts. The gun is great, however, I bought the gun and scope togegther and hated the scope. I shot 15 shots with no patterning at all. Finally gave up on the scope and put a Tasco 3x9 on it, and immeditately started shooting great patterns. The gun is great, easy used and cleaned. The breech plug seems to hold on to fired 209's a little too much, sometimes you have to prize the used primer off. As far as all the comments about the action having to stay back, all you have to do is let it off while holding back on it, until you get to your stand or blind then pull it back. Once heading out of the woods, simply let the action back off before walking if concerned about it being back December 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by great . I got this gun last year on my b-day. My dad got a scope on mine. Gun shoots dead center everytime. I shot my first deer a doe and i shot a deer this year with it.I trust this gun more then my rifle and for good reason November 19, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by great gun very good muzzleloader, it is very accurate, easy to clean. the only thing that would make the gun better is if the ram rod was made better its to flimsy. over all a great gun December 18, 2009
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First Question: Is this model Mass Ok? The hunting store should be able to answer that seeing how you sell them.
Second Question: I have owned two Before a divorce where i lost them all. But Never able to shoot them, I have heard that the recoil on muzzle-loaders/black powder is worse then a shotgun. So rating wise how is this particular muzzle-loader's recoil?
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I have experience with BP pistols, shotguns and several rifles. You can load most rifles to reflect the felt recoil of a ,410 bore up to and including a 12 gauge with plenty of knock down power for deer at ranges up 100 yards. The neat thing is that you have a choice. Choose the bullet and powder charge that suits you best and you will have a lot of fun with your rifle as well as satisfaction in the hunting field.
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if not do i need a pal to buy black powder and ammo
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You need a PAL for any muzzleloader or black powder gun in Canada.
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Please check with your local authorities for rules and restrictions regarding purchasing blackpowder as well as modern firearms in your area. Thank you!
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is this Ma.compliant?

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Please check with your Local Hunting and Fishing Game Department on rules and regulations. Link: http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPageC?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId=-1&appID=120
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My tracker in line rifle came with a scope. you will need a capper and decapper if you mount a scope on this rifle.
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yes you can
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hI CAN YOU CHANGE THE 209 CAP NIPPLE TO A #10 OR #11 CAP NIPPLE ON THE TRACKER? IN OREGON THE 209 IS NOT ALLOWED DURING MUZZEL LOADER SEASON AND HAS TO BE OPEN IGNITION [VISIABLE CAP] IN THE FIELD,tHANKS
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Includes three ignitions– #11, musket and 209.
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what is the best combination of powder and bullets (grain wise) to shoot out of my traditions tracker?
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Aero Tip Bullets in 295 Grain with 150 grains of Triple 7 Pyrodex. I have it sighted in at 150 yards. and it is accurate from 25 yards to 200 yards. Beyond 200 yards there is a significant drop in trajectory. 21 inches low at 250 yards.
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