I'm planing to order the Traditions Yukon ML cal.50 inliner! Any suggestions! I find it looks real nice, is very handy and fast to prime without a tool.
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1 in 28" Adj.Lite Optic Aluminum 43" 6.5 lbs. i see they sell for $211.00 not a bad deal ..i would add a bit more cash and get a T/C TRIUMPH ...but then it,s your call ..if i was u i would go to a hunting store and handle it ,to see if it is well balanced ..i know for a fact that the TRIUMPH is well balanced ,i have shot it on the fire range..
thanks for your reply. It is not so easy for a german hunter to get an Inliner in a hunting store. I don't know any of these stores whhich would sell on. I have to order them from US-Dealers. This one I ordered from D&R Sports Center in PA. It is camo and will cost about USD 170. They can ship it at once and I'll take it. Need only my german import permission before.
D&R has also other nice stuff like priceworth trad. ML.
I'm a big fan of Traditions. I went to a local Bass Pro and held all that they have. I tried Thompsons Centers, CVA, Knights. After holding them all and mind you I wanted to buy the T/C Encore the Traditions just felt the best. The sights were the best for me also. I bought the Pursuit Pro XLT and now want the Vortex. Traditions is not the popular brand, but I believe they make one heck of a Muzzleloader.
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