Traditions Deerhunter Rifle Kit
Traditions Deerhunter Rifle matches classic styling
with outstanding performance (.50 Caliber)
One of the best ways to get a real hands-on muzzleloading experience is to build a rifle yourself. Easy to read instructions guide you through the building process to a finished product. There is no greater feeling of accomplishment than knowing you built a fully functional rifle for shooting or display.
The Traditions® Deerhunter™ Rifle is designed to be lightweight, easy to shoot and incredibly accurate for a very modest price. It doesn’t matter your experience, the Deerhunter muzzleloader will fit your needs. 24” Octagonal performance barrels have a 1:48” rate of twist and are secured in a rugged hardwood stock for excellent balance and superb handling. The Deerhunter's barrel is designed to shoot full bore-sized bullets, saboted bullets and patched round balls accurately. The Lite Optic Sights are fully adjustable and give you pinpoint accuracy in regular and low light conditions. This model is percussion, .50 caliber, has a 24" blued barrel, a select hardwood stock, a 1:48" twist, and weighs 6 pounds. This model is for right handed shooters. drilled and tapped for a scope, sling swivel studs, crisp hunting trigger, synthetic ramrod
|Authentic Wooden Ramrod|
|Drilled & Tapped for a Scope|
Traditions Deerhunter Kit Reviews
"Got this as an early Christmas present, and haven't had this much fun with a rifle since I was a kid! I don't have much experience with black powder, but this is really quite easy to use! Only thing I didn't like was the cheesy plastic sights...I really love this thing! Accuracy is quite good if I do my part of it. launching a .50 cal. round ball down range is just too much fun! Can't wait to take this thing hunting!"
"Love the gun, the only down fall is the plastic sites but i bought aftermarket iron sites for it. Cant wait until season, to take it for a walk."
"I purchased this muzzleloader kit and was very satisfied with the results. It was easy to build, all cut outs fit with minimal fitting. Barrel finished nicely. Haven't taken it out to shoot yet. I have several traditions kits including the Frontier and Kentucky kit. All are excellent firearms and worth the money and work to build yourself."