Customer Reviews for TRADITIONS Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle

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TRADITIONS Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle

Hunt like America’s celebrated folk hero Davy Crockett with this long and lean .32-caliber muzzleloader rifle. This small game rifle brings out all the positive features of a classic muzzleloader by giving you deadly accuracy and outstanding balance. A one-piece select hardwood stock holds the 32" octagonal barrel in place. Style and elegance are brought out in the brass inlays and embellishing. Classic and functional double set triggers. Windage adjustable rear sight. Shooting, loading, and cleaning instructions included. Percussion cap ignition. Barrel length: 32" blued. Overall length: 49". Weight: 6 lbs. Rate of twist: 1 in 48".
Overall Customer Rating:
4.333 out of 5
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6 out of 6(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Review 1 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
Country: United States
State: Minnesota
Age: 46-55
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

nice rifle

Date:November 22, 2015
I like the rifle, but had a problem right out of the box. Loaded it and was going to shoot it, put cap on pulled trigger nothing happened. Hammer went down, but nothing happened, tried again nothing happened. Started to look at rifle, discovered the hammer was 3/8" off the nipple. I had to take it to a gunsmith to fix problem, before I could use it not happy. Got it fixed it a very good shooting rifle.Twenty five yards, 20 grains of powder .and .32 cal ball, dead on bulls eye.
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Review 2 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Country: United States
State: Kansas
Age: 56-65
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

.32 cal. tradions

Date:October 26, 2015
I acquired one an shot at several rondy shoots with it. Didn't like the aluminum ramrod an put a wood on it. Like the feel of the 3/4" barrel. Had problems with the cleaning jag an reduced the diameter so patches didn't get stuck. Cut a card in the primitive shoot so this rifle will outshoot me. Well, it is a fun rifle to shoot and would be a great youth rifle. Used 30grs. 3f. powder. .10" patch spit, .310 ball. Quality on this rifle was very good. A friend said he couldn't get it to group but I don't know what he used. I like it an it is fun to shoot....
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Review 3 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Location: Roundup Montana
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Davy Crockett did not have an aluminum ramrod

Date:December 10, 2008
The aluminum ramrod on this rifle is not good. Hickory would have been better so I made one. One of the problems with this cal is the fact there is no one or few making conical or minnie balls for this rifle. It shoots a 311 round ball very well to 25 yards. After that its anyones guess! Castting your own bullets is a must with this cal. Roundballs have no range. The mfg is not supplying a range of accessories for the .32 Otherwise it is well made having a superb barrel drum. It is a handsome rifle with well finished brass trim and a deep cut bore. It is too bad there are few after market folks making .32 cal bullets and accessories. However it is worth buying and shooting! I live in Montana and love to shoot all kinds of guns. Blackpowder is probably the most fun!
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Review 4 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
Age: 65 and over
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

target shooter

Date:May 5, 2015
I have a 32 Cal.Crockett I filed some on front sight I only shoot 25 yd. at target shoots I can bring home meat if I do my part. I shoot Hornaday 32 round ball 25 gr. 3f powder,15 prelube patch.I brought this only to shoot target. I have my 50's for hunting. This is a very good little gun.
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Review 5 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Age: 65 and over
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Excellent Small Game Rifle

Date:December 28, 2011
I bought my Crockett over 10 years ago for much less than the current price. Accuracy is excellent plus with 1" groups attainable up to 50yds with 30grns Goex 3F, .311" ball from a Lee mold and .020" ticking patches. It is a perfect companion for the squirrel woods. Fit and finish are very good - though the trigger guard could be roomier - and reliability is excellent. It's hard to come up with a complaint though the current price is too much. I recommend this rifle without qualification.
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Review 6 for Traditions™ Crockett .32-Caliber Percussion Rifle
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location: Central Pennsylvania
Age: 46-55
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Crockett .32 cap & ball

Date:November 5, 2010
This is a good piece, some brass furniture. All the metal to wood fittings are nice and clean.Aluminum ram rod, it works? This rifle arrived on a Thursday,after cleaning it. I took it to the range with a box of self cast .310 balls,some lubed .015 patches and FFF powder. I started with 20 grain charge @ 10 yards off the bench. 2" low.Moved to 25 yards of the bench same charge -3 rounds all touching each other 1" low. After a field cleaning. Three more rounds at 50 yards, 25 grain charge all touching each other and cutting the 1" bull. I am quite impressed with the accuracy out to 50 yards. Though I was sitting at a shooting bench I was holding the rifle(no sand bags)
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