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Lyman™ Deerstalker Rifle - Flintlock
$489.00

Lyman™ Deerstalker Rifle - Flintlock

by Lyman

The Lyman™ Deerstalker Flintlock Rifle is the ideal muzzleloader for those whose primary focus is hunting. Like all Lyman black powder guns, the Deerstalker Flintlock has an impressive slate of top-quality rifle features. The rich walnut stock is esthetically attractive and exclusively designed with minimal drop for improved sight picture, and comes with handsome, comfortable black pad to lessen recoil. The rifle comes with high visibility optic sights as standard equipment for enhanced viewing.

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SKU 6033146

Description


The Lyman™ Deerstalker Flintlock Rifle is the ideal muzzleloader for those whose primary focus is hunting. Like all Lyman black powder guns, the Deerstalker Flintlock has an impressive slate of top-quality rifle features. The rich walnut stock is esthetically attractive and exclusively designed with minimal drop for improved sight picture, and comes with handsome, comfortable black pad to lessen recoil. The rifle comes with high visibility optic sights as standard equipment for enhanced viewing.

The Flintlock barrel and all metal parts are specifically blackened to avoid glare. All Lyman locks employ a rugged, reliable coil mainspring. The rifle's 24" blued barrel with 1:48" twist is ideal for roundball or maxi hunting bullets. The Deerstalker™ Flintlock combines all these traditional qualities with modern features that the serious hunter needs and demands. 

Each rifle features a beautifully designed walnut stock with Lyman front and rear hunting sights for improved sight picture. The shorter barrel and lighter weight make the Deerstalker Flintlock ideal for carrying on an all day hunt. All Lyman™ rifles come standard with sling swivel studs, and handsome rubber pad that adds comfort and reduces recoil. The ultra quiet single trigger is fast and efficient so you won’t miss out on that quick shot to tag your game. 

*Includes high-visibility fiber optic sights as standard equipment

Specifications

Caliber
.50 CALIBER
24” Blued Barrel
YES
Barrel Twist Rate
1:48"
Stock
RICH WALNUT STOCK
Barrel Width
15/16"
Trigger
SINGLE STYLE TRIGGER
Delrin Ramrod
CLEANING JAG INCLUDED
Sights
ADJUSTABLE FIBER OPTICS
Overall Length
41" LENGTH
Total Weight
7.5 LBS
Ignition
FLINTLOCK
Limited Warranty
YES

Features

Product Information

Customer Reviews

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Peter
Bad stock/Poor quality

I took my 50 cal. flintlock deer stalker out for a hunt during a light rain storm. When I came back my wood stock was swollen and cracked in multiple places. I had to return it back to the dealer and get a replacement. On my replacement I had the wood stock sealed to prevent the same thing from happening. Also my Frizzen rubs against the barrell when closing; causing the bluing to wear down to the bare metal. Not what I would expect from a 500 dollar flintlock!

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joe
Great flintlock

Shot and hunted with the Lyman flintlock Deerstalker for 15 years now, never had a problem. One time I had a miss fire because of rain. Stock and barrel have held up great and trust me, its been in some bad weather. It's really accurate with FFF powder, with patch and ball.

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AZshooter
"Cheap" Rifle with Solid Gold Performance

I bought a lefthanded .54 cal. flint Deerstalker a few years- about the time it was dropped from the Lyman Catalog. I have other Investarms rifles and they are all (with minimal work) smooth,accurate and mechanical reliable.
Among "traditional" muzzleloader purists, the rubber buttpad and short barrelled rifle is often scorned as being "not authentic". Mechanically it is a fine functioning flintlock rifle. The touch hole needs a little work - countersink the inner side, and drill out to .067" with a #51 drillbit and ignition is 100% reliable.

I annoy the seasonal 'big game hunters' who stop by my range for fall sight-in days with their centerfire rifles. They point and laugh, until they notice that I'm routinely busting grapefruit placed out at the 100 yard berm.

My rifle doesn't know that it's supposed to be inferior because of the 24" barrel or is non-authentic because of the rubber buttpad. Nevertheless, you should what happens to a grapefruit upon impact with a .45 cal roundball.

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Peter Orlando
Rifle needs better quality wood

I made the mistake of taking my Deerstalker out for a hunt in the rain. By the time I came home the whole gun stock started to swell and crack. I returned it immediately for another one. Then I had the gun sent out to have the stock Tung Oiled. Now there's no guarantee that it will not crack again but if it does i'm going synthetic!