Gun Report

Traditions Pursuit XLT TH .50 Cal.

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It wasn’t in the same class as the Knight Revolution II or Remington Genesis in terms of quality, and for about the same dollars, we’re hard-pressed to say we’d buy it. The Pursuit XLT nevertheless proved to be fairly rugged; handled well, loaded and cleaned easily and was accurate.

Traditions Pursuit XLT TH .50 Cal.

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The Traditions Pursuit XLT was proud of its Spanish heritage.
The ports and flutes on the Traditions Pursuit XLT were largely cosmetic in that they did little to reduce barrel jump or lighten the gun.
Both the Remington Genesis and the Traditions Pursuit XLT (pictured) featured Weaver-style scope rails.
The Traditions Pursuit XLT’s breech plug was the most accessible.

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