Traditions Firearms Shipping NEW Crackshot Rifles

Traditions Performance Firearms - Crackshot rifle
Traditions Performance Firearms – Crackshot rifle
Traditions Performance Firearms
Traditions Performance Firearms

Old Saybrook, CT -( Traditions Performance Firearms is shipping the NEW Crackshot rifles.

These single shot rifles, available in .22 or 17HMR will be on store shelves this fall. With renewed inventory, please call your choice Distributor or contact Traditions directly to place an order.

The Crackshot rifle has a 16.5” barrel and weighs just over 4 pounds. It is lightweight and easy to carry. It is great for plinking and small game hunting! The easy take down feature makes for quick disassembly and easy transport. With a Dual Safety System, which includes a hammer block safety and manual trigger block safety, the Crackshot is one of the safest guns on the market. The youth version makes this rifle great for children and small framed shooters.

The Crackshot comes with a one-piece base so you can mount your favorite optic. This rifle is available in a variety of camo patterns and finishes.

About Traditions Performance Firearms:

Known for their accurate, innovative and dependable firearms, Traditions has been providing quality firearms for the past 30 years. Traditions offers blackpowder rifles and pistols, cartridge rifles and revolvers, blank pistols, build-it-yourself rifle and pistol kits, and cannons as well as a full line of accessories and optics.

For more information on Traditions Performance Firearms, please visit their website at, Facebook or Twitter or call 860-388-4656.

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Josh, New shooters also need to develope skill in the use of optics. As a matter of fact, optics magnify their mistakes so they can easily see (in real time) how breathing and trigger control/follow through effect the shot. “Ridiculous” to set up a rifle for new shooters with optics? No, not hardly. We have to agree to disagree. Take care.


While a good concept for beginners, starting beginners with an optic is ridiculous. First time shooters should always start with irons. What if that person drops it and the optic breaks or moves? They missed the mark. Clearly not beneficial for a first timer. Good idea, yes! Just not a great one.