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Lightweight alloy receiver affords superior balance
Tip-up barrel with toggle lock
Hand-Removable speed breech
The easiest-handling .50 caliber magnum ever! With only four moving parts, the Triumph is a joy to shoot and a snap to clean. Its lightweight alloy receiver affords superior balance; the beautifully sculpted composite camo stock is capped by a Sims LimbSaver® recoil pad. The tip-up barrel with toggle lock provides fast access to the hand-removable Speed Breech® XT. Features auto safety, 209 primer ignition, and includes aluminum ramrod. Barrel: 26'' camo. Twist: 1 in 28''. Total length: 42''. Weight: 7 lbs. 12 oz.
Thompson/Center Triumph® .50 Caliber Magnum Muzzleloader
This was the first muzzleloader I found that was completely camoed. It does not make sense to have a camo stock & shiny nickled barrel that can be seen for a 100 yards.Once I mounted a DOA scope on the gun I was able to group a 1 inch pattern. Very happy with the simplicity of this gun & ease of cleaning. Happy with the purchase.
January 19, 2010
I purchaced the 50 cal triumph with the camo finish and a nikon omaga scope the gun is great it is very light and easy to use. It was the first muzzle loader I have used and it sighted in very easaly I would recomend this gun to anyone.
November 27, 2008
Thompson Center Triumph
Thompson Center Triumph 50cal. They give you five Shockwave 250 grain sabots and thats all you need to sight in this rifle. Both Pyrodex and 777 where used, the better being the 777 out of this weapon. Three 777 50 grain pellets produced 1/2" to 1" groups at a 100 yrds.Three777 with 250 grain sabot produced 1/2" to 3/4" groups at a 200 yrds .For scope I got the Nikon Omega with the BDC. The weapon was also fired during heavy rain and still performed, the plug was easy to remove as described and cleans well with water between shots.For deer hunting i will use the 777primers and the 777 pellets for out to 250 yrds with confidence.
October 1, 2008
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