THOMPSON CENTRE (TC) "VENTURE"

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  • THOMPSON CENTRE (TC) "VENTURE"

    okay at the risk of getting flamed who has a intelligent opinion on the value of this rifle in say 308. it certainly looks like a nice rifle.


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    what kind of a name does thompson have and what kind of a gun is a venture? anyone with some information I'm all ears. it seems like a good buy at $1085.
    "He got the whole nine yards" - as it happens World War II (1939–1945) aircraft machine gun belts (US 50 cal) were nine yards long.

  • #2
    they're an American made rifle that seems to be of reasonably high quality.
    haven't shot one, but handled a few. they seem quite good.
    rumors have it that they're fairly accurate.
    value?
    hard to say.
    is it new?
    if it is, then that price looks pretty good.
    if you get it, give us a review.

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    • #3
      This is what a TC venture can do in .223 at 200m

      i payed around $900 for it but mines not wood
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      and this is my baby

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      • #4
        nice groups there.

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        • #5
          that is outrageous. those are fabulous groups alas I wont be able to own one for a while but when I can I think this will be the guy. provided nothing bad happens to the company between now and then.
          "He got the whole nine yards" - as it happens World War II (1939–1945) aircraft machine gun belts (US 50 cal) were nine yards long.

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            think they come with a 1inch moa guarantee - i was going to get one , but then chose to spend more and buy the sauer in 308 - the extra 1k or so i spent didnt make it any more accurate than the cheaper thompson ... if you like -- go for it ... my cheapest rifle is my most accurate (22-250) so price does not always mean accuracy

        • #6
          yeah it's got a Sub MOA guarantee

          the only problem i have with this rifle is the fore end is to skinny for my bipod to clamp on to so it moves around a lot but if your free hand shooting it will not matter

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          • #7
            nice gun
            and btw the company name is Thompson/ CENTER (Part of Smith/Wesson) and was named after Warren Center the inventor of the original T/C Contender Pistol/Rifle/Shotgun
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            • The Jazz Man
              The Jazz Man commented
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              I have been off and on, looking at the TC Dimension, with interchangeable barrels. I have heard pretty good things about this manufacturer, they stand by their product.

            • Laflamme
              Laflamme commented
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              Originally posted by Shooting Sports" post=15634
              nice gun
              and btw the company name is Thompson/ CENTER (Part of Smith/Wesson) and was named after Warren Center the inventor of the original T/C Contender Pistol/Rifle/Shotgun
              yes that is hilarious ever since I came to Australia 10 years ago I have problems with this sort of thing. It took me six months to figure out that MOM is not misspelled MUM. Now I never know when my auto correct is correct or just being picky based on the Australian data base.
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