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Thompson/Center Triumph® Bone Collector® .50 Caliber Magnum Muzzleloaders

   

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  • 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.

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Excellent I love this gun. I sold an Encore to buy this and have no regrets. This gun is lighter, kicks less and looks better. I love the stock and really love the Speed Breech. It only took me 4 shots to get this gun dead on at 150 yards. I am using a Barnes Tipped MZ 250 grain and 3 Pyrodex pellets. I mounted a Leupold Long Range scope. This gun shoots as good as my Weatherby Accumark. The only slightly negative comment I have is the lenght of pull. This gun is short. I had to add a 1/2" spacer between the stock and the pad. The first shot fired in the field was a 100 yard shot through a 12" hole at a 200 lb deer. Dropped in his tracks. November 13, 2009
Nice Gun I am very pleased with this purchase. I picked this gun up at bass pro store and was instantly very happy with how it felt in my hands. Gun is very well balanced and the grip is just right. I was very surprised at how light it is. Recoil felt very light, using 2 triple seven 50 gr. pellets and 250 grain shockwave sabbots and 223 grain powerbelts. Accuracy was excellent, I mannaged a 5" goup at 75 yards with the iron sights from a bench with a bag of seed for a rest. Clean up was a breeze and the breech plug was easy to remove with my fingers. Primer is very easy to place and remove with just my fingers. The trigger is very nice smooth and crisp and I'm guessing around 3.5 lbs. November 21, 2009
Awesome Muzzleloader 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
T/C Triumph B/C .50cal Outstanding rifle from end to end. I have firearm experience but this is the first time ever shooting, handling and now owning a BlackPowder rifle. I read lots, lots of reviews and viewed youtube videos of this rifle before choosing it. It's extremely easy to use from shooting to cleaning. Lighter than I thought and it's accuracy is incredible. I put a Leupold Ultimate Slam 3x9 on top and selected Hornady H/S - L/D Sabots 300grs pushed by 3 Winchester Triple Seven's. . It took only 5 rounds to sight in @ 100yrds (first 4 @ 25yrds with a tight, tight group.)....I'm completely satisfied with this rife. October 3, 2013
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I use Winchester 209 primer caps. With this gun they sometimes pop out when opened, several times I simply used my finger nail to remove the cap....hasn't been a problem.
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it would be ok till the gun locked up and would not open
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very easy, two fingers, pops right out.
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The manufacturer has videos on their web site that will walk you through with cleaning and caring for your Muzzleloader, see the following URL Link: http://www.tcarms.com/videoLibrary/#wrapper. Thanks
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I bought an extra tip with a starter and haven't used it. Have only shot the rifle 5 times sighting it in. Going overboard wanting to be completely confident sighted in I cleaned the gun after each shot even taking out the breech. I only used the Power Rod each time. Bore Butter definitely helps......each round slid down with ease.
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Depends,on,the bullet you use. I shoot a Barnes bullet with a plastic tip so yes I carry a tip made by Barnes for this bullet.
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The only difference in this rod is the convenience of the swivel T end. It is a great help but you still need to buy tips.
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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.
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is the scope rail drilled and tapped,what is the best scope rails to get????
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Yes. The gun is drilled and taped. I like the mount that T/C makes. That's the mount that I use on all of my T/C guns.
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Rifle comes drilled and tapped, I used a Weaver with Leupold rings
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No. In order to get this feature you would need to move up to an Encore. The Bone Collector has a superior feel when shouldered so think about this. Trust me. The whole barrel switch thing is over rated. It's just easier to get another gun in the caliber you want. Not a single shot, break barrel action with very slow reload time.
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No. They are caliber specific. The encore is the one that you can change the barrels on
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No, it is caliber specific.
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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
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I only spent a day at the range with my sons rifle but I never experienced a wobble in the barrel
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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 .
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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.
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i cant find any movement in the one i bought
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does this gun come with a scope and if it doesnt what scope rails should i get for this gun
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If you get the gun, scope combo, it does. It will also have the mount if you get the combo
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If you get the rifle without the scope, go for the Leupold bases and rings. Thompson Center does have a different base due to the break open action.
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No it doesn't come with a scope. It has scope rails on it. The rings are specific to the scope so make sure they match.
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It comes with a scope if you pay extra, if not I have a one piece mount and ring combination.
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does it have any
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No. You will need to pick up rails. They are not that expensive.
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No, it is drilled and tapped for a scope base. It does not have scope rails.
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No drilled and tapped, you need to buy your own rails unless you buy a package that comes with rails and scope
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I plan on using IMR White Hots, Powerbelt Platinums, and Winchester 777 209 Primers. I don't anticipate there will e any problems with corrosion with this setup !!!!!
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In my experience, the stainless steel is bullet proof. However this weathersheild has me sold so far. You can leave it out in the truck overnight and no signs of pitting or rusting. Great product.
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I like the weathershield because the stainless is so bright . As far as corrosion the inside of the barrel is the same.
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209 primer
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The primers to use are for smokeless powder. Triple 7's by Winchester seem to be the best I have used.
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I use 409 primer caps . They are easy to use and are almost failsafe.
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209
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209 primer. I use winchester 777 primers.
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does the new .50calbone collector come in stainless barrel? allso how accurate is it out to 200yr, weich type of load should be used?&scope
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If you're looking at shooting out to 200 yrds you better understand that you will measure bullet drop in feet not inches. This gun is lethal out to 200 yrds but I certainly would not recommend it. It's pretty good to 150 then it really drops off sharp.
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I like the Burris fulfilled2 with the ballistic plex. 2imr white hot pellets and the Barnes250 grain T-EZ FB bullets. I got great groups out to250 yrds. 2 inch groups at200 yrds
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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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No stainless barrels. Weather shield should be all you need though. Just keep the inside bore lightly coated with oil.
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