Traditions® Performance Firearms

Deerhunter Rifle Kit .50 Cal Percussion KRC53008

SKU: KRC53008
Price: $399.95
Availability: In Stock

One of the best ways possible to get a real hands-on muzzleloading experience is to build it yourself! Traditions™ offers a complete line of muzzleloader rifle and pistol kits that are pre-assembled at the factory to ensure proper fit and ease of assembly. These kits are the perfect project for families to build together or to help pass those long winter nights. 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 the rifle or pistol you enjoy shooting so much!


50 cal, Percussion, 24" Octagonal barrel, hooked breech, 1 in 48" twist, Lite Optic sights, weighs 6 lbs.


Item #KRC53008


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Deerhunter Rifle Features:


  • .50 Caliber
  • 24" Octagonal Hooked Breech Barrel, Percussion
  • 1:48" Twist
  • Blackened Trigger
  • Lite Optic Sights
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5 star(s) by Michael on 12/1/22
Purchased as a gift for my son who wanted to get into black powder deer hunting. Simple to build, we spent about 18 hours carefully building, fitting the parts and finishing. It’s fun to shoot and extremely accurate. At 50 yards 70gr Pyrodex, 180gr round ball, a 3 round grouping was 3” high & 1” left and was about 4” across. This was immediately after build and ZERO adjustment to the sites. The only downside to the firearm is the ram rod. In my opinion it’s too flexible unless you use a 6” ball starter, then it seems to be ok. Not great but ok.