The Traditions Vortek 50 Caliber Muzzleloader is loaded with innovation and features that today's hunters are looking for. The Accelerator breech plug can be removed in just three turns and does not require a tool to remove it. The 28" stainless steel barrel has Traditions' PAS system to make loading easier and ensure proper bulled alignment, and the 360 degree porting reduces recoil and muzzle jump. The over molded stock gives a great all around feel that you will really like. This rifle is capable of handling up to 150 grains of pelletized or granular powder so you can extend your effective range. The Vortek was designed by hunters, for hunters and is loaded with the features that hunters demand.
Black Synthetic Stock
Accelerator Breech Plug
Quick Release of Drop Out Trigger assembly for easy cleaning
Ergonomic Alloy Frame is lighter weight and helps prevent rust
1:28" twist rifling
Stainless Steel barrels for added rust protection
209 shotgun primer ignition
PAS- Projectile Alignment System easy loading and more consistent groups
Fast action release button
Quick Relief Recoil Pad
Over-molded stock and forend
Williams metal fiber optic sights
Drilled & tapped for scope
Sling swivel studs
Solid aluminum ramrod
360 Degree Barrel Porting reduces muzzle jump
Extended ambidextrous hammer spur
Weighs 7.5 lb
Overall length- 44"
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