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PostSubject: Old Traditions rifle kit   March 20th 2015, 2:57 pm

The LGS has a couple of  older (judging by the condition of the boxes and the dust on them) ML unassembled kits, a Traditions St Louis Hawken (50 cal percussion) and also a  Traditions Crockett (32 cal percussion) rifle kit. Are they any good? The boxes look similar to some pictures of older CVA kits I have seen on the internet (google). I don't know what they are asking, but I wonder if they were manufactured by the  Spanish company or made in USA, and/or if they are any good. They also have about six Trapper pistol kits which are marked Traditions. I really didn't check to see if they were 'Made in USA" kits, but I didn't see any stickers saying they were. Any information/comments would be appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: Old Traditions rifle kit   March 20th 2015, 3:05 pm

the crockett rifles are awesome from what ive heard from the owners. Not 100% sure on the st louis hawken but i plan on getting one some day soon.

They will all be made in spain by Ardessa.

If the prices are right, get at least 1 of each and have some fun!

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PostSubject: Re: Old Traditions rifle kit   April 1st 2015, 8:39 pm

I have a traditions percussin rifle I built from a kit, and I love it, also have a traditions .50 cal pistol kit I built, and it's a keeper also. Was fun finishing the stocks on them and then shooting them after completion. I'd recommend one to anyone. Mine is the Kentucky one.
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