Captures the look and feel of Michael Waddell's TV show ''The Bone Collector''
FlexTech® composite stock
Four Energy Burners™ - reduce recoil by 43%
Traction grip panels on the forend
Weather Shield® corrosion-resistant finish
28'' fluted Weather Shield barrel features QLA® muzzle system, Speed Breech® XT breech plug, and fiber-optics sights
Drilled and tapped
Comes with aluminum Power Rod® ramrod
Capture the look and feel of Michael Waddell's TV show ''The Bone Collector'' with these high performance .50 caliber magnum muzzleloaders from Thompson/Center. Designed in tandem with Michael Waddell, the Thompson/Center Triumph® Bone Collector® .50 Caliber Magnum Muzzleloaders are loaded with special features to deliver great accuracy and performance. Special features include a FlexTech composite stock, four Energy Burners that reduce recoil by 43%, traction grip panels on the forend, a Weather Shield corrosion-resistant finish, and the Bone Collector logo. The 28" fluted Weather Shield barrel sports a QLA® muzzle system, Speed Breech® XT patent-pending breech plug, and fiber-optics sights. Uses hot #209 primer ignition. Drilled and tapped. Includes aluminum Power Rod® ramrod. Twist: 1 in 28''. Weight: 6-1/2 lbs. Total length: 42-1/2''. Made in USA.
Thompson/Center Triumph® Bone Collector® .50 Caliber Magnum Muzzleloaders
Just bought this gun in November. Took me 7 shots to have a 2" group at 100 yds, in a hurry from darkness. This gun is extremely easy to clean, and takes only minutes to do.
I shoot T/C superglide 250 grain shockwave sabots, 150 grains of powder(pellets) and had no problems sighting the gun in. I shot my first deer with it on the first shot, and dropped it on the spot.
I had a knight muzzleloader, and I won't be going back to it for a long time!!!
December 28, 2011
couldnt be happier
I recieved my Bone collector a few days before New Yorks opening day , with the hope that w/ a good cleaning and a few shots taken i could have it sighted in , i tried two white hot pellets w/ a heavy grained power belt I think they were 325 Gr . I was dissapointed when i never hit the large target , was even more dissapointed when i noticed that the front sight was ready to fall off . It looked as if the threaded hole was full of red lock tight , with a small screwdriver i cleaned out the threaded hole leaving a small amount i threaded the screw to the front sight in snugly . I tried a couple different combinations of powerbelts and white hots w/ no consistency . ran out of pellets and had to resort to 120 Gr of good old black powder purchased T/C 240 Gr xtp sabots and got the accuracy i had been after . The bone collector is light weight , i thought it would kick like a mule , but its recoil is mild . Took my first deer w/ it today and was right on the mark the deer was bedded and after a short stalk i took aim and put light pressure on the trigger it was a surprise when the deer just rolled back dead it was a complete pass through i couldnt be happier w/ my new T/C bone collector .
November 27, 2011
This was my first muzzleloader and it was definitely a great buy. I got lucky and got the camo version and Nikon Omega scope. Guys at the store couldn't believe this was my first muzzleloader. It was dead on at 100 yards and felt great. Got my first buck of the season on the first day I hunted with it. Would definitely recommend anyone to buy this gun. Watch your friends, and your dad, though they will be after this gun.
July 26, 2011
You will not regret buying this rifle. Ya know the old adage " you get what you pay for"? If you want a state of the art muzzle loader that will produce clean and humane kills this is it. I have it topped with the Leupold Ultimate Slam 3x9 muzzle loader scope. Great combination. For Whitetail I load it with 110 grains of Blackhorn, CCI 209M, and Barnes 250gr T-EZ.
May 26, 2011
Yes, you have to carry the tip with you because you cannot put the ramrod back in the gun with it on. It's about the only downfall of the gun, but it's not really a problem. When I'm hunting I usually take the rod out, put the tip on, and set it aside. The tip does come with the gun too.
yes bought one open it up and notce that barrel would wobble around when you had it locked down to much movement for a staright shoot. tell my if this not wright. this $660.72 gun should not have no movement at all in barrel
There should be minimal movement in the barrel. If it moves more than a few thousandths of an inch, I would send it back to T/C. They got great costumer service, they will take care of you and your gun .
No, that sounds really weird to me. I have owned a couple of different TC rifles and have never seen anything like that. I would return the weapon before firing it. It sounds to me like there is some kind of manufacture's defect.
The Bone Collector does not come in SS. If you want the stainless steel look, go to the Pro Hunter. The most accurate muzzelloader I have ever shot. As far as loads go, I like the Hornady Sabots with Triple 7 pellets and Triple 7 primers. One thing I can say is CCI primers are way too corrosive for my liking.
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