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Thread: SHOT SHOW 2011 - Muzzle Loaders

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    The photos are mine, from Traditions booth.
    They have some nice stuff. They have a line of muzzleloaders that have very light barrels, compared to regular ML barrels.
    The gun weighs about 5.5 lbs, and is not front heavy at all.
    I may do a review in the future.
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    Nice stuff, thanks for the pics. Its nice to see some non tactical type stuff.

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    Put some rails on and call them tactical too??

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    That wood and brass rifles are a beaut Clark!
    Anything new from Thompson Center area?
    Also thanx for doing this guy's!

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    im interested in a break action for my next one...they look great going by the pics..
    thanksfor posting them

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    What is that bottom one in the last pic?

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    What model is the in the very first picture? It looks pretty handy. Is it a new buckstalker, or a completely seperate model?
    Thanks for the pics/info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H Wally View Post
    What is that bottom one in the last pic?
    It is the Pennsylvania rifle, IIRC.

    Quote Originally Posted by NolanOsborn View Post
    What model is the in the very first picture? It looks pretty handy. Is it a new buckstalker, or a completely seperate model?
    Thanks for the pics/info.
    I believe it is the same as the group on the wall in the second pic, the Pursuit UltraLight. The little metal thing below is a removable breach plug, for easier cleanup.
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    More photos.
    Traditions makes modern inline ML that use #209 shotgun primers, as well as "traditional pattern" guns that use old style caps. As well, for some US states that do not allow inlines, they make flintlocks.
    However, their flinters are able to use modern pre-formed propellant charges. They will, of course, need a small bit of priming powder in the pan to light the main charge, so they are legal in those states.







    Quote Originally Posted by Sardaukar View Post
    Tootall, the "Sledgehammer of Reason" ladies and gentlemen!
    Quote Originally Posted by Deckard View Post
    Deano always loves the floozies.

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