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Traditions™ Vortek Ultra Light .50 Caliber Muzzleloader with Scope Stealth Package Combo

   

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Traditions™ Vortek™ Ultra Light .50 Caliber Muzzleloader feature a barrel and frame made with premium grade chromoly steel . Hogue® overmolded stock; drop-out trigger assembly; Accelerator Breech Plug™. Stealth Package features Soft Touch stock and Realtree AP™ 3–9x40 scope, rings, and base. Mounted and boresighted. Twist: 1 in 28''. Barrel length: .28''. Overall length: 44''. Weight 6.25 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: R20-464423NS.

  • Hogue® overmolded stock
  • Drop-out trigger assembly
  • Accelerator Breech Plug™
  • Soft Touch stock
  • Realtree AP™ 3–9x40 scope, rings, and base
  • Mounted and boresighted
  • Twist: 1 in 28''
  • Barrel length: .28''
  • Overall length: 44''
  • Weight 6.25 lbs.
Traditions™ Vortek Ultra Light .50 Caliber Muzzleloader with Scope Stealth Package Combo 3 5 2 2
awful experience Bought the combo first time sighting in scope would not adjust up at all. Returned new scope put on no problem. Second scope 3 different experienced black powder shooters off a lead sled same ammo charge everything went everywhere within 6 inches of bullseye. Except on target. There wasn't even a pattern to adjust to. All over the paper. Luckily bass pros great customer service took it back no problem. Do not buy combo scope is awful. July 29, 2013
the vortek i just bought this vortek smoke pole today. i've muzzle hunted for many years now. and have owned manny muzzleloaders. this rifle is awesome. well made and beautiful. trigger pull is is smooth as silk. accurate right on the money at 100 yds. with open sights. and is somewhat light. not too light though. i'm buying a second one i love it so much. mine came ready with a 209 primer breech plug. you can use primer caps where state laws require you to do so. very easy to clean. i am a war vetran and x-police officer. i know fiearms. buy this beauty and you won't regret it. i highly rcommnd this muzzle loader. from novice to pros. April 3, 2012
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This is a Traditions branded scope designed for this application.
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Combo has no open sights
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No, but there really is no such thing as "too close for a scope" as long as the scope is an adjustable one.
I have shot at deer 10 yards away with a scope with no issues. If they're closer than that, then you probably should just whack 'em with a stick! :-)
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My best success has been 100 gr powder and 250 gr sabot. I prefer the Hornady low drag sabot but the Power Belt is really good too.
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I use 348 grain Powerbelts, with 100 grains of Pyrodex pellets ( 50 grains each pellet )
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I prefer 100 gr powder & 250 gr sabot...
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After reading several threads on this, it looks like a lot of people are having good success with this rifle, coupled with the Barnes Spit-Fire T-EZ Sabots (250 Grain) and using Blackhorn 209 powder (100 grains per shot). Hope this helps
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