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Adjustable butt stock features a removable 1" spacer
Factory-installed adjustable fiber-optic sights
Sleek 26" barrel with precision 1:28 rifling
Fast-loading QLA® muzzle system
Removable breech plug for safe, reliable #209 ignition
Meet the world’s most adaptable muzzleloader. The Impact™ brings all the downrange power and performance its name implies, and makes it accessible to all. Its unique break-open hood makes it easy for both left- and right-handed shooters to open the breech and prepare their shot; the adjustable butt stock features a removable 1" spacer, giving smaller shooters a perfect fit plus room to grow. Factory-installed adjustable fiber-optic sights; sleek 26" barrel with precision 1:28 rifling; fast-loading QLA® muzzle system; removable breech plug for safe, reliable #209 ignition. Includes aluminum ramrod. Weight" 6-1/2 lbs. Made in USA.
great rifle for the money
great rifle. shoots stright the only problem i ve had is the sabot are very tight to load after 3 shots . I needed to run the brush though ever three shots
September 10, 2012
Accurate, great price, bad qa
This gun was well priced and accurate straight out of the box. The only problem I have with it is that it has rusted up pretty badly. It's sitting in a safe next to a dozen other rifles, shotguns, etc. and none of them have the least amount of rust. It's gotten so bad that the barrel is probably useless now.
September 1, 2012
best beginner gun
cleaned the grease out of the bore, loaded it, and hit dead center of a 5gal bucket @ 44yds. moved the bucket to 75yds, hit dead center while it was swinging in the breeze. next day at deer camp hit the center OF THE BOTTOM of a 5gal bucket at 85yds and won the money. free hand,open site, standing up. everyone else had much more expensive rifle with fancy scopes. for the beginner i recommend this gun highly for the money, ease of use, and accuracy. kinda wish it had secondary safety but oh well. and to think this is T/C entry level gun! bravo!
January 16, 2012
Best shooting gun
I hate to give this gun a 4 because it is extreamly acurate at 100yards . it is also easy on the wallet to get started in blackpower guns . Im lil disapointed in the weatershield I bought mine last year used it once cleaned it oiled it and the barrell is rusted on the out side and in . the camo pattern is peeling off around the t/c logo on the stock . Not very happy with the t/c scope that come on the gun the fine cross is very blurry .I have contacted T/C they say their gona fix the gun so on that note we will see what they do
December 2, 2011
I shoot Barnes TSX all-copper sabots, pushed by 110 "grain-equivalents" (see the Blackhorn 209 website) of Blackhorn 209. My kids killed two deer, one shot each, in 2011. Super accurate combination from the T/C Impact.
T/C's are generally known for tighter barrels, I tried spitfire T-MZ's and they were way too tight! The T-EZ's load well but don't group very tight past 50 yards. I've heard the T/C and Hornady sabot's fly straighter downrange. But it's all about how your gun responds to them. It's not the cheapest, but when you find that right combo, you'll never shoot any other gun
i'm sure it'll fit, and can't find anything in the book that says you can't. i guess the only reason you'd need 150 is to shoot at a greater distance. 100grain is pretty accurate to 100yds with a mid weight sabot.
I have researched this as well. However, the owners manual says to use 100 grains(2 pellets) and every review and what not have said they used 100 grains. I own an impact and have only range shot it with 100 grains of triple 7's. Shoots pretty good, although I would like to use 150 grains. But till I find someone who has used 150 grains in an Impact and had no problems I'll just stick with 100 grains.
The one-piece base mentioned in the other answer is made of aluminum and is manufactured by Talley Manufacturing for T/C. I use it, and prefer it for accuracy over any other mounting system. Highly, highly recommend you use this mount.
T/C makes a 1-Piece Weaver-Style Scope Base for the Encore, Omega, and Triumph models. This one will also fit the Impact. Took me a while to find this out when I bought my impact, but it was the one recommended by T/C when I called them. I bought one from another retailer since I couldn't find it at Bass Pro and it works well. As far as rings, pretty much any standard weaver rings (size depends on the scope you're gonna use) will work just fine.
Absolutely. I have a RedHead Epic regular rifle scope on my IMpact, using a T/C One-Piece Rings-Bases mount. Super easy to mount. My gun shoots groups well under 1" at 100 yards (sub M.O.A.) using 110 grains of Blackhorn 209 and Barnes Spit-Fire TMZ Boattail sabbots. Love my Epic scope!
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