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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Im looking at getting a Traditions Pursuit LT .50 Caliber Rifle - North Country Edition

Anyone have any input on these guns. Look just like the TC, but over half the money less.

Thanks for input.

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I got one of these last year and I love it. It shoots great. Load great And was a great price. You can not beat it for the price. If you want to let me know and I can give you any info you want. I have the book at work with me. I did get 4 deer with it on the last day of the season last year.

Froggy

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My Buddy got one 2 years ago. He likes it, light, comes up good. The only thing he dont like is the kick! Found it to shoot better with 100 grams powder. Wes

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Unless you are shooting a really heavy bullet and are going after Moose, Bear, Elk ect. There is no reason for more then 100 grams a powder. I honstly have never noticed a kick to it.

Froggy

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Im with you Froggy. I have a CVA, and have never shot over 100 grams of powder in it once. Just dont need it.

Thanks for the information guys.

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