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$1,209.99 - $1,259.99
Traditions? 1842 Springfield Musket Kit is an authentic, true reproduction. With high quality, premium finish on the wood and metal as well as hand-oiled stocks, this kit is perfect for parents and children, groups, or other organziations to do together. This kit is approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). Used during the American Civil War, this model was the last US Smoothbore rifle and was the first U.S. musket to be produced with a percussion lock. This gun was an important part of American history!
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$969.99 - $1,009.99
Used during the 19th century, the 1842 musket rifle was first made in smoothbore and then later a with a rifled barrel to allow for use of the newly developed Minie Ball. It was the first US musket to be produced with a percussion lock and was superior to the flintlock since it was more reliable and resistant to weather. This rifle was used during the American Civil War.
Traditions 1851 Navy Steel Revolver
$289.99
This fine reproduction of the Colt captures the original design. The authenticity is precise, from walnut grips to color case-hardened loading lever. Its cylinder carries the same engraving pattern as the original. 2 lbs. total weight.
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$1,079.99
Traditions? 1853 Enfield Musket Kit is an authentic, true reproduction. With high quality, premium finish on the wood and metal as well as hand-oiled stocks, this kit is perfect for parents and children, groups, or other organziations to do together. This kit is approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). Used in many different battles, the 1853 Enfield was a prominent musket used during the Civil War. It was the second most-used rifle next to the Springfield Model 1861. It as highly sought after in the Confederate army.
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$859.99
Traditions? 1853 Enfield Musket Kit is an authentic, true reproduction. With high quality, premium finish on the wood and metal as well as hand-oiled stocks, this kit is perfect for parents and children, groups, or other organziations to do together. This kit is approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). Used in many different battles, the 1853 Enfield was a prominent musket used during the Civil War. It was the second most-used rifle next to the Springfield Model 1861. It as highly sought after in the Confederate army.
Traditions 1858 Army Steel Black
$379.99
Designed to be the future of revolvers, the top strap, full frame design made this revolver one of the strongest available. During the Civil War, its eight inch barrel and reliability made it highly sought after. This particular model has an 8" octagonal blued barrel, steel frame, steel guard, and walnut grip. It has top strap/post sights and is .44 caliber. This revolver is 14.5" in length and weighs 2.75 lbs.
Traditions 1860 Army Black Powder Revolver
$369.99
Recognized as the mainstay of the Union Army, the 1860 was ordered to fill the ranks. The .44 caliber revolver was as powerful as it was popular. After the Civil War, 1860 could long be found in Army posts and across the frontier. This revolver features an 8" Blued barrel, Blued frame, Brass guard, and Walnut grip. It is avaliable in .44 caliber and has hammer/blade sights. This revolver is 13.75" in length and weighs 2.65 lbs.
Traditions 1860 Army Revolver Steel
$339.99
The richly blued .44 caliber barrel contrasts handsomely with either steel or brass frame models. Offered with walnut grips. Authentic in every detail to give you the same experience as during the Civil War. 2 lbs total weight. 8" barrel.
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$1,149.99
Traditions? 1861 Springfield Musket Kit is an authentic, true reproduction. With high quality, premium finish on the wood and metal as well as hand-oiled stocks, this kit is perfect for parents and children, groups, or other organziations to do together. This kit is approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). The 1861 Springfield was the most widely used weapon during the Civil War. It was favored due to the reliability, accuracy, and range this rifle provided. It was the first rifled shoulder weapon to be produced on such a large scale.
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$919.99
Traditions? 1861 Springfield Musket Kit is an authentic, true reproduction. With high quality, premium finish on the wood and metal as well as hand-oiled stocks, this kit is perfect for parents and children, groups, or other organziations to do together. This kit is approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). The 1861 Springfield was the most widely used weapon during the Civil War. It was favored due to the reliability, accuracy, and range this rifle provided. It was the first rifled shoulder weapon to be produced on such a large scale.
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$1,279.99
The 1863 Zouave rifle was originally produced by Remington Arms under a contract with the US Government. Very few models actually saw action during the Civil War and none were distributed to any army division. However, the Zouave was created to put a more manueverable firearm into the hands of soliders and along with its' barrel strength it was also prized for its' overall beauty. The patch box additionally allowed for storage.
Traditions Buckstalker Northwest Magnum
$289.99 - $339.99
The Northwest Traditions® Buckstalker? Rifle is a compact, maneuverable firearm that combines many of Traditions? best features into one rifle. The Buckstalker? has a 24" blued barrel making it perfect in any hunting situation, from shooting in dense brush or taking long shots across draws and open fields. This gun comes equipped with the Northwest Accelerator Breech Plug? that is removed by hand in just three turns, without the use of tools.
Traditions Buckstalker?
$229.99 - $399.99
The Buckstalker's 24" barrel makes it perfect for any situation from shots in dense brush to long shots across draws or fields. It comes standard with TRUGLO® fiber optic sights, a solid aluminum ramrod, our Speed Load System for easy bullet starting and our Dual Safety System. Also now comes equipped with our Accelerator Breech Plug?. This patented and award winning breech plug removes in three full rotations and require no tools. Couple all those features with Nickel Guard Coating on our camo model and our exclusive G-1 Vista? camouflage pattern.
Traditions Crockett .32 Cal Percussion Rifle
$539.99
This long lean rifle personifies all the positive features of a classic muzzleloader by giving you deadly accuracy and outstanding balance. A one-piece select hardwood stock holds the 32" octagonal barrel in place. Other additional features include, Double set triggers.Brass inlays and embellishing. Authentic wooden ramrods. Windage adjustable rear sight. Shooting, loading, and cleaning instructions. 6 lbs. total weight.
Traditions Deerhunter? Select
$339.99 - $419.99
We have designed this muzzleloader 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 synthetic or wood stock for excellent balance and superb handling. The Deerhunter barrels are designed to shoot full bore-sized bullets, saboted bullets and patched round balls accurately. The Williams? Fiber Optic Metal Sights give you pinpoint accuracy in regular or low light conditions. This model is .50 caliber and for right-handed shooters.
Traditions Drury Outdoors Package
$889.99
This package comes with a Vortek StrikerFire® with a 28" barrel which Nitride finish coating both the inside and outside of the barrel. Nitride Coating, a well-recognized finish used by many manufacturers, provides a layer of protection both on the outside of your barrel and inside your barrel. The finish protects your rifle from rust and pitting caused by weather and corrosion. While protecting your rifle, it also provides increased accuracy and extends the life of your muzzleloader. This rifle comes with a 3-9x40 NIKON? Inline XR BDC Range-Finding scope mounted and boresighted by a factory-trained technician. It is also outfitted with a Traditions? Neoprene Sling and Deluxe Soft case which has a zippered side compartment for possibles, extra padding, and reinforced handles. The Mossy Oak Break Up Country camo is excellent for keeping you hidden on your hunt. this package does not come with sights.
Traditions Hawken? Woodsmen Percussion
$529.99
Hawken? Woodsman is a serious hunting rifle that has the classic styling and handling of the time-honored Hawken while offering great performance and affordability. Both the percussion and flint models boast a hooked breech for easy barrel removal, click-adjustable rear hunting sight, double-set triggers in an oversized glove-fitting trigger guard with finger rest and an inletted solid brass patch box.
Traditions Mountain Howitzer Bronze Cerakote
$309.99
The Mountain Howitzer Cannon will be a great addition to any Civil War enthusiast's collection. This mini cannon is reminiscent of of the larger version used during various wars but notably the Civil War. Our replica is smaller, lighter, and fully functional. .50 caliber, 6.75" smoothbore barrel, .490 round ball diameter, 6" wheel diameter, 13" overall length, weighs 2.7 lbs.
Traditions Mountain Rifle
$579.99
Based off of a Jacob and Samuel Hawken design, the Mountain Rifle was the inseparable companion of fur trappers and American explorers alike. Part of the plains rifle family, the Mountain Rifle could be found on the horsebacks of fur trappers looking for beaver and other pelts thanks to its long barrel which enabled this rifle to take a targets at longer distances. American explorers also were partial to this rifle due to the longer barrel. Traditions Mountain Rifle in .50 caliber Percussion is reminiscent of the gun used back in this time period of America. While the original had a rust brown finish on the barrel, Traditions has selected a Brown CeraKote Finish which replicates this finish while providing increased corrosion resistance. The Patch Box, custom scrolled trigger guard, and many other features make this a gun you'll want to add to your collection.
Traditions PA Pellet Flintlock
$449.99 - $539.99
Traditions? PA Pellet? Ultralight just became a game changer for your Flintlock season! Based off of the popular PA Pellet? Flintlock, Traditions? has changed the barrel to be made of Premium grade Chromoly steel which is typically found on centerfire rifles. This material makes the barrel extremely strong, lightweight, and accurate. The new 1:28" twist allows you to fire saboted bullets and modern muzzleloading projectiles. Additionaly, the barrel is now coated with a Nitride Finish which is designed to protect noth the inside and outside of your barrel against rust and pitting caused by weather and corrosion.
Traditions Prairie Hawken Rifle Kit
$539.99 - $639.99
Traditions? Prairie Hawken? Rifle is based off of rifles used during the Rocky Mountain Fur Trading era. This rifle is an excellent addition to any collection. These guns were the trusted companions of fur traders as they hunted for pelts. The Prairie Hawken? Rifle features a 2-tenon design and is available in either percussion or flintlock. The double set trigger, custom silver inlays, and finishes add to the beauty of this sidelock rifle.
Traditions Pursuit G4 Ultralight
$419.99 - $479.99
This rifle has kept many of the features you have come to love with the Pursuit series but have upgraded others to make the rifle more comfortable and attractive. The new and improved Pursuit? G4 Ultralight features a wider forend to provide a better grip and hand position when shouldering the rifle. In addition to a new forend the receiver is slimmer and conceals the hinge pin which allows for a more streamlined look. Outfitted with a Chromoly barrel, this provides the Pursuit? with immense strength and unparalled accuracy while allowing the gun to be lightweight. The barrel and receiver is coated in Premium CeraKote Finish which is 50 times more corrosion-resistant than stainless steel in protecting against black powder, cleaning chemicals, and any weather you may encounter.
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$399.99 - $559.99
The Pursuit? G4 Ultralight is our mid-level gun and is packed full of features at an affordable price. The Pursuit? series has been taken to the next level with the Pursuit? G4 Ultralight. This rifle has kept many of the features you have come to love with the Pursuit series but have upgraded others to make the rifle more comfortable and attractive. The new and improved Pursuit? G4 Ultralight features a wider forend to provide a better grip and hand position when shouldering the rifle. In addition to a new forend the receiver is slimmer and concels the hinge pin which allows for a more streamlined look. Outfitted with a Chromoly barrel, this provides the Pursuit? with immense strength and unparalled accuracy while allowing the gun to be lightweight. The barrel and reciever is coated in Premium CeraKote Finish which is 50 times more corrosion-resistant than stainless steel in protecting against black powder, cleaning chemicals, and any weather you may encounter.
Traditions Pursuit? G4 Ultralight
$359.99 - $439.99
This rifle has kept many of the features you have come to love with the Pursuit series but have upgraded others to make the rifle more comfortable and attractive. The new and improved Pursuit? G4 Ultralight features a wider for end to provide a better grip and hand position when shouldering the rifle. In addition to a new forend the receiver is slimmer and conceals the hinge pin which allows for a more streamlined look.
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$489.99
Pursuit G4 Ultralight Muzzleloading Rifle, Syn. Select Select Hardwood/CeraKote .50 caliber-no sights
Traditions Tracker?
$194.99 - $249.99
This muzzleloader is simple to load, shoot and clean. Supplied with a 209 shotgun primer ignition that gives you the hottest ignition possible in muzzleloading today. The magnum receiver accepts up to 150 grains of Pyrodex Pellets or loose powder. In-Line bolt with a quiet thumb safety. 22" fast twist performance barrel. Removable breech plug system. Includes: Lite Optic Adjustable sights that allow for optimal sighting in low light hunting conditions. The magnum receiver accepts up to a 150 grain magnum powder charge. A rugged synthetic ramrod. Breech plug/nipple wrench, Complete instructions and Lifetime warranty information. 6.5 lbs. total weight.
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$419.99 - $859.99
Vortek? Strikerfire. Traditions? Firearms is proud to introduce the next innovation in muzzleloading - the Vortek? StrikerFire! This patent-pending muzzleloader is hammerless and instead has an internal StrikerFire? system allowing for faster locktime, quick and quiet cocking of the rifle, and the ability to mount your scope closer to the bore.
Traditions Vortek Strikerfire Muzzleloader
$609.99
The Vortek? Series is the most full-featured series Traditions? offers. Muzzleloaders under the Vortek? are packed with every feature you desire on a muzzleloader and then some! This series has many options for you to choose from including an all new hammerless muzzleloader called the Vortek StrikerFire?, a 30" barreled model called the Vortek? Ultralight LDR, and the classic, standard Vortek? Ultralight. Additionally all 3 of these types are available with a Magnum Musket ignition system which we call a Northwest Magnum version since these models primarily are for those in the Northwestern states like Oregon, Idaho, and Washington to fit state-specific regulations.
Traditions Vortek Strikerfire Series
$679.99
The Vortek? Series is the most full-featured series Traditions? offers. Muzzleloaders under the Vortek? are packed with every feature you desire on a muzzleloader and then some! This series has many options for you to choose from including an all new hammerless muzzleloader called the Vortek StrikerFire?, a 30" barreled model called the Vortek? Ultralight LDR, and the classic, standard Vortek? Ultralight. Additionally all 3 of these types are available with a Magnum Musket ignition system which we call a Northwest Magnum version since these models primarily are for those in the Northwestern states like Oregon, Idaho, and Washington to fit state-specific regulations.
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