How do you load a Traditions 50 cal bolt action mussel loader?
Your question answers itself, "muzzle loader". You load it from the muzzle.
Actually, that's incorrect. They use the term "muzzle loader" improperly. It's a bolt action black powder rifle. The powder is pre-pressed into slugs that you load into the chamber, along with wadding and a bullet. I would guess you could load it down the muzzle, but it's faster and easier to buy the slugs and load that way.
What is the value of a 1939 M1 Garand bolt action rifle with a bayonnet that was used in World War 2?
You have to call Traditions to get one. (860-388-4656) Right now they are about $70 though. If you can manage it, I would just get the new spring and striker which will only cost you about $20 and will accomplish the same goal. I need one too but I'm thinking of just buying a newer and more weatherproof rifle.
Considering the size of most pellets, there is not much of a reason for a large Bolt Action air weapon. But yes there are several bolt action pellets guns and rifles. An example is the Crosman 2240. There are several "High Powered" air rifles, PCP's, (PreCharged Pneumatic) that also use a blot action, The Benjamin Rogue 357 the Marauder and Marauder pistol all use a bolt action system. I own at least 5 or 6…
How do you remove the bolt from the action to properly clean the barrel of a Cadet GP rifle bolt action rifle?
The bolt is manually operated in a bolt action firearm- to load, raise the bolt, retract, push forward chambering a round, and lower bolt handle to lock. Semi-automatic firearms have a bolt, but pulling back the bolt handle, and releasing it causes a round to chamber- and each shot causes the bolt to move on its own, ejecting the fired cartridge case, and loading another cartridge. You do not work the bolt between shots- the…