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Traditions™ Deerhunter Rifle - Flintlock
$449.00

Traditions™ Deerhunter Rifle - Flintlock


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. Featuring a 24” octagonal barrel with a 1:48” twist rate secured synthetic stock for excellent balance and superb handling.

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$449.00 - $449.00
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SKU R3200801

Description


The Flintlock 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. Featuring a 24” octagonal barrel with a 1:48” twist rate secured in a synthetic stock for excellent balance and superb handling.

The Deerhunter's .50 caliber 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. The Deerhunter comes with a flintlock ignition and features a .50 caliber 24" steel barrel. This model is even drilled and tapped for scope mounts. The rifle also sports sling swivel studs, a crisp hunting trigger, a synthetic ramrod and weighs in at just 6 pounds. 

Specifications

Caliber
.50 CALIBER
Detailed Instructions
YES
Barrel
24" OCTAGON BARREL
Rifle Stock
WOOD STOCK
Twist Rate
1:48 RATE OF TWIST
Ramrod
SYNTHETIC
Overall Length
40" OVERALL LENGTH
Ignition
FLINTLOCK
Trigger
CRISP HUNTING TRIGGER
Sights
LITE OPTIC™ SIGHTS
Recoil Pad
NON-SLIP RECOIL PAD
Drilled & Tapped for a Scope
YES
Rifle Weight
6 LBS
Traditions Warranty
YES

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Navig8tor
Fun little rifle

Picked this up during the summer because my eyes are getting too old to see the traditional sights on my 30 yr old PA rifle. First off, it's about 3 pounds lighter and 16 inches shorter than the old gal. I took it out and tested it with 70 grains of Goex FFF under a .490 ball with a .15 greased patch. It took about 6 shots to zero it in at 25 yards. Moved back to 50 yards and it was about a 1/2 lower. At 100 yards it dropped about 1 1/2 inches. The groups were nice and tight at each range with several touching. That's good enough for PA deer hunting. Over the course of the summer I put about 200 rounds through it and never had a problem. I used english flints and the frizzen is still looking good. One thing to watch is how quickly the barrel heats up. Since it is small it can heat up pretty quick. No danger but your groups will open up a lot. Used the rifle this past weekend in our early antlerless muzzleloader season and got a nice doe at 45 yards. It's no show piece but it put meat in the freezer.