Lightweight Vortek muzzleloader with 30'' CeraKote™-finished Chromoly steel barrel
Combo includes factory mounted and boresighted 3-9x40 matte black scope
Hogue® overmolded Soft Touch stock
Drop-out trigger assembly
Accelerator Breech Plug™
209 shotgun primer ignitions
Speed Load System - more consistent groups
Trigger block safety and rebounding hammer safety
Twist: 1 in 28''
Overall length: 44''
Weight 6.8 lbs.
Enjoy greater accuracy and a lighter gun with the Traditions Vortek Ultralight LDR .50 Caliber Muzzleloader Combo. The only 30'' barreled, break-action muzzleloader on the market, this feature-packed gun gives you the quick-handling performance of a Vortek with increased velocity and better downrange accuracy. Made of premium grade Chromoly steel with a premium CeraKote finish, the Ultralight LDR's tapered and fluted barrel provides 50 times more corrosion resistant than stainless steel. Combined with the LT-1 Alloy frame and Hogue overmolded Soft Touch stock, this gun delivers big performance at an easy-to-carry 6.8 lbs. The Ultralight LDR also features trusty 209 shotgun primer ignition and Traditions' easy-to-remove Accelerator Breech Plug™ for easy cleaning. The Ultralight Drop Out Trigger System comes factory set at an easy-pulling four lbs. and removes entirely for cleaning with the removal of just one screw. The Speed Load System makes starting bullets easier and helps deliver more consistent groups. One of the safest muzzleloaders you will find, the Vortek Ultralight LDR features a trigger block safety as well as a rebounding hammer safety. Comes with 3-9x40 matte black scope, mounted and boresighted by a factory-trained technician. Twist: 1 in 28''. Overall length: 44''. Color: Realtree AP™.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hoppy1234 Well worth the money
To call this muzzleloader a tack driver is an understatement. The boresighting out of the box left something to be desired. After adjusting that there was no stopping this gun. It shot a 3 shot group at a hundred yards that all 3 holes touched each other. That was without swabbing the barrel
November 6, 2012