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Bought a traditions vortek strikerforce Northwest edition ................

Trapshooter1

Active Member
Bought CCI 0300 musket caps from a local gun store. The gun strikes the caps pretty hard, but it takes 2 strikes to make the cap ignite the T7 powder. Once in awhile itll go off on the first strike but not often.

So I called traditions and asked about this and they reccomended RWS 1081 caps for this gun.

Is there a reason why it would work with the 1081s vs the 0300s????

If I do need the 1081s are there any availlable anywhere????
 

bigbuckhunter88

PMA Member
Not familiar with that muzzy or it's working system. But I would think Google and gun forums would be your friend. I would follow Traditions advice, however if it's not firing on thr first try it might as well be a paperweight or scrap come December or January hunting pressured, skittish deer
 

Nrharris

Active Member
Not familiar with that muzzy or it's working system. But I would think Google and gun forums would be your friend. I would follow Traditions advice, however if it's not firing on thr first try it might as well be a paperweight or scrap come December or January hunting pressured, skittish deer
I agree with this. I sold a knight revolution II because it was finicky about going off once in a while. Didnt go off once shooting at a big buck and that was the last time. Sold it to my buddy and it happened to him last year on his biggest buck ever. Luckily for him I was sitting with him and he shot the buck with my gun. Now he is getting a different gun for late season.
 

Obsessed

Well-Known Member
If it's taking multiple strikes to ignite the cap, then it's either a hammer and pin issue, or a faulty cap issue. If the former, that's a faulty mechanism and should be covered under warranty. If the latter, replacing your caps with better quality ones should solve your issue.
 
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