Traditions™ Trapper Pistol Kit

   

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.50

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Unfinished

  • $279.99

  • SKU: 1308994

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Looking for a challenge? Try out a blackpowder kit! Traditions™ Trapper Pistol Kit is the perfect gift for any would-be gunsmith! .50 caliber, 9-3/4'' octagonal barrel with a hooked breech; 1 in 20'' rate of twist. Select hardwood stock with a double set trigger; prim and blade sights. Weight: 2-7/8 lbs. Overall length: 15-1/2''.
Manufacturer model #: KPC51002.

  • .50 caliber
  • 9-3/4'' octagonal barrel
  • Hooked breech
  • Hardwood stock
  • Double-set trigger
  • Prim and blade sights
  • 1 in 20'' twist
Traditions™ Trapper Pistol Kit 4.6 5 5 5
Great kit Bought this kit ad took my time putting it together. Took very little work to get everything fitted together. Shoots great. Ordered another one for my son. June 6, 2013
Great Kit I bought this wanting a old style looking pistol. The kit is pretty easy to follow, and made a great time killer. Blueing the steal was a first time for me and was also a lot of fun. I took this out to the local range and when I stepped up to the line other folks turned to look. Its not something your going to see folks shoot on a normal basis. Its not loud and doesn't have a whole lot of kick with 20 grain triple 7. I would suggest this to anyone and I will be making another purchase for me and my son to build when he gets older. December 4, 2012
Fun Build it when i was thirteen last year. Get a dremel it makes putting black powder guns together a lot easier. shoot mine at 50 grains of FFg triple seven powder. Buy it now before the price goes up even more May 11, 2008
Good piece of machinery I am 15 and I successfully built this myself. It was a difficult task and required a lot of modifying and wood cutting. But all you would need are some good knives and a file. The lock was the hardest part to fit, it requires a lot of cutting and i broke that tiny screw alligner on the stock which is near the percussion nipple clean off( If you look at the picture you can see a small hole atop the stock) and a little more work the the lock fit quite nicely. The ramrod needs some filing as well. Hope this info helped so you know what you are doing. WARNING: if you live in OHIO this is not a legal deer gun, get the tradditions powder RIFLE! -Vinny the stick figure January 3, 2008
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