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Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol

Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol

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Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol - This is truly a pistol to please the black powder shooter and collector alike. Whether a die-hard reenactor or just a weekend enthusiast, this pistol is for you.

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Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol - This is truly a pistol to please the black powder shooter and collector alike. Whether a die-hard reenactor or just a weekend enthusiast, this pistol is for you.

  • Select Hardwood Stock
  • 10in Octagonal Barrel
  • 1 in 20in Twist Rate
  • Percussion Ignition
  • Fixed/Blade Sights
  • Model: P1060

Fun Build. I will build the rifle next

4

Looked for something to do when bored. Spent a couple of weeks off and on and took the time to carefully sand, shape and fit all parts. Stained with red Oak and Minwax. Be prepared to sand and work the wood with care, fit all parts before you finish the wood. There may be more wood need be removed than it appears. I chose to shape the stock for my hands. I blued the metal parts rather than browning as some do. Brass pieces are pretty close to finished but they can be improved with fine steel wool and metal polish. Haven't fired a round through it yet so can't review that aspect of the gun. Had some issues with the two small screws holding the brass cap to the front of the barrel as they are small and do not go very deep. Trigger guard as reported by others was a bit tricky and just needs patience and will test your skills.Take your time with the build and don't force anything and you will have few problems. Wife took it away when I finished and put in the china cabinet to put it on display. May be a while before I shoot it?

Northwest

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Kit

5

Bought this kit (KPC50602) as a compliment to my KP5060--excellent quality in both units-fun to fit and finish--I never worked well with wood but the instructions with both were clear and, as I said, made it FUN !!!

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Finish

4

I wanted either a Trapper or a Kentucky pistol for a while. The ones in the store had defects but the Kentucky only had a bent trigger guard. It looks like it was bent to fit into the handle. The Trapper was worst. I still like it however. Hope it shoots well.

Rancho Cordova

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Had fun building this kit in 1974

5

I had lots of fun building this kit in 1974. I take it to the range every year and always get lots of comments by people asking me if this was my great grandparents pistol. Most people think that this is a very old antique Kentucky pistol especially when it makes a crack sound like a cannon. You will not be disappointed with this 50 cal Kentucky percussion pistol!

Las Vegas, NV

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Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol

4

Great pistol for the money. Very fun to shoot. The only complaint is the barrel clean out screw next to the nipple is made of too soft of a metal and will strip out easily.

Jacksonville, FL

Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol

4

Great pistol. Very fun to shoot. The only problem that I encountered so far is, the bolster clean out screw is very delicate and will round out very easily. Use caution when removing for the first time, then coat the threads with anti-sieze compound along with the nipple threads.

Jacksonville, FL

Traditions .50Cal Kentucky Black Powder Pistol

5

Everything arrived in good shape. The only thing is when you sent the pistol you didn«t add to my address the Unit 5 so the delivery was delayed until I gave the unit number. Since there are 19 units where I live it would be impossible to make a delivery. Another thing is that the pistol has ramrod, but there isn«t any way to screw in cleaning rods to clean the pistol. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks, Charles Moore

St Francisville, LA

Traditions Kentucky Pistol .50cal

4

First thing shipping was a day early,Great,Gun looked great nice finish,very nice,triger is not tight little lose,but that's just part of the desighn does not interfer with shooting at all,went to the range shoots good,pretty acurate at 25yrds.with 24grain of BP,.490 lead ball,It seems to shoot better after about 10-15 shots.Easy to clean.Very Happy.

Polk, FL

Traditions Kentucky Pistol .50cal

3

I purchased this Pistol even after reading the privious review,triger has a lot of play but does not interfeer with the actuall triger pull or function,over all happy with the purchase shoots nice not the most acurate but was on the paper at 25,30 and 40 yrds.shooting lead bally with 25 gr.BP.Needs better sights.But nicely made nice finish.

Polk, FL

Traditions Kentucky Pistol .50cal

1

A couple things are wrong with this pistol. Most important, it shoots two feet high at 30 yards. This wouldn't be a problem if the sights were adjustable but I have a feeling they put the wrong rear sight on mine. Second, the ramrod is extremely cheap and fragile. Third, the trigger rattles back and forth until you pull the hammer all the way back. Fourth, the flat head screw groove on the side of the nipple is starting to strip on me. Finally, I can not find an adequate holster for this weapon anywhere. I found a holster on ebay and it fell apart after two days. Hope this helps someone out. Take my advice and spend a little more money and buy something nice.

Thornton, CO

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