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Traditions

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Does anyone have any experiences with Traditions muzzleloaders? I purchased a cheaper one for my son and it seems to be a pretty decent piece of hardware. I'm thinking of going out and purchasing myself a Traditions Pursuit Pro or an XLT.

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I have used a Traditions Upland III Classic series 12ga O/U that I won at a PF banquet and it seems to be a pretty well built gun if that helps any.

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they seem good. Some pro's are switching from Encore/Omega to them. I'm hoping they make a left one for my dad.

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I own one and love it! I have had mine for about 6 years and it has done very well. I smoked my first one with it 3 years ago and it only ran about 20 yards before it dropped. It was about 120 yard shot. I do not remember the exact model but it is great and usually for a good price. I think I got mine for about $140. Good gun for great price.

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We typically have a fire on Friday night with a few barleys, um, wait. Wrong traditions thread. smile.gif

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Wrong post sorry

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