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Traditions (Percussion) "Trapper" Pistol Any Good?

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General opinion of the Traditions .50 caliber (percussion) "Trapper" Pistol"?

Here in Idaho I can only use it for target shooting. (or as back-up to my .45 caliber 1911 for self defense)

It is not a legal hunting weapon. (except for a tree'd Mountain Lion/Puma/Cougar if/when hunting with hounds, which because of a lack of a hound or hounds, I cannot do.)
Can't even have it along for a "back-up" gun.
 

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General opinion of the Traditions .50 caliber (percussion) "Trapper" Pistol"?

Here in Idaho I can only use it for target shooting. (or as back-up to my .45 caliber 1911 for self defense)

It is not a legal hunting weapon. (except for a tree'd Mountain Lion/Puma/Cougar if/when hunting with hounds, which because of a lack of a hound or hounds, I cannot do.)
Can't even have it along for a "back-up" gun.
I like the looks of them. In Indiana a BP pistol must have a 12 inch barrel measured from the breech for deer hunting. Not many of those around. Basically the the powers that are didn’t want BP pistol deer hunting.
 

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