New For 2024: Traditions Pro Series

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posted on April 13, 2024
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Images courtesy of Traditions Performance Firearms.

Despite its name and extensive line of traditionally styled muzzloaders, Traditions Performance Firearms is at the cutting edge of modern muzzleloading and hunting firearms, with innovations like its NitroFire rifles and Crackshot XBR arrow launching rifles. New for 2024, Traditions is adding Pro Series models to its most popular firearm lines.

Pro Series firearms are available in the NitroFire, Pursuit XT and G3 Outfitter rifles, offering features that are optimized for the modern hunter. Pro Series firearms have three features that set them apart from other Traditions rifles. First, the buttstock uses an adjustable cheekpiece. A single screw, that can be loosened with a screwdriver or coin, allows the cheekpiece to be adjusted for the best sight picture with the type of optics being used.

Second, the buttstock has an adjustable length-of-pull. This is accomplished through a spacer system, which allows the stock to be adjusted to fit the individual hunter or even customized to the amount of clothing they are wearing throughout the season, Finally, Pro Series rifles have barrels with their muzzle threaded for use with a muzzle compensator or suppressor.   

Right side of the Traditions Pro Series muzzleloader with a camouflage finish.Traditions is adding a Pro Series line to their NitroFire Pursuit XT and G3 Outfitter rifles. The NitroFire is pictured here.

NitroFire Pro Series muzzleloading rifles are available in three models. All are .50 caliber, use a 26” fluted barrel with a threaded muzzle and have a tungsten Cerakote finish. The model with black synthetic furniture has an MSRP of $639.95 with a scope base or $729.95 with a 3.5-10X scope factory mounted. With a Veil Alpine camouflage finish on the stock and fore-end, the NitroFire Pro Series has an MSRP of $709.95.

Right side of the Traditions Pro Series Pursuit XT muzzleloader pictured with black furniture.Special features on Traditions Pro Series rifles include a buttstock with an adjustable cheekpiece and length-of-pull and a threaded muzzle. The Pro Series Pursuit XT is shown here.

Pursuit XT Pro Series muzzleloading rifles are available in four models. All use a 26” fluted barrel with a threaded muzzle and have a tungsten Cerakote finish. The model with black synthetic furniture is available in .45 or .50 caliber and has an MSRP of $469.95. The same rifle in .50 caliber with a 3.5-10X scope factory mounted has an MSRP of $559.95. With a Veil Alpine camouflage finish on the stock and fore-end and a 3.5-10X scope factory mounted, the Pursuit XT Pro Series has an MSRP of $619.95.

Traditions Pro Series muzzle brake shown on white.

A Pro Series muzzle brake is available as an accessory for Pro Series NitroFire and Pursuit XT rifles, with an MSRP of $99.95.

Right side of the Traditions Pro Series muzzleloader with a mounted scope.The Traditions Outfitter G3 is available in five different chamberings and comes with a factory-mounted scope. Image courtesy of Traditions Performance Firearms.

The Outfitter G3 Pro Series line-up of single-shot cartridge firing rifles is available in five chamberings — .350 Legend, .360 Buckhammer, .35 Whelen, .450 Bushmaster, and .45-70 Gov't. All have a gray Cerakote finish, a 22” fluted barrel with muzzle brake installed, and come from the factory with a 3-9X scope with a bullet drop compensator reticle, mounted and boresighted. Outfitter G3 Pro Series rifles have an MSRP of $749.95. For more information, visit traditionsfirearms.com.

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