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Thompson/Center's Compass Bolt-Action Rifle features an ergonomic, lightweight composite stock that's easy to hold and stands up to the most arduous hunts. Crisp-breaking single-stage trigger allows you to make precise shots and is adjustable between 3.5 lbs. and 5 lbs. Contours and textured grip panels make it easy to grip in any weather condition, while a three-lug bolt with a 60° handle lift delivers smooth, easy cycling that easily clears any scope. Soft rubber recoil pad soaks up felt recoil. Aluminum pillar bedding positively locates the receiver and provides a free-floating barrel for increased accuracy. Button-rifled barrel boasts easy-to-clean 5R rifling that decreases bullet deformation for MOA accuracy of 1" groups at 100 yds. with premium ammunition. Three-position safety. Detachable rotary box magazine fits flush with the stock. Drilled and tapped receiver for scope mounting. Sling swivel studs.
Item: IK-292662

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This is a great gun. The interchangeable concept is wonderful. My only complaint is that the grippy surface material of the stock can easily be scratched. Otherwise, this gun is perfect.

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How ugly is the gun in real life?

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I got one in 30-06 a week or so ago but I had academy match this piece and beat it by 5%. $227. Thing is amazing, 1 moa at 100yard. I’d of easily paid $200 more for it.

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Is that a policy to match and beat by 5???

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My .308 is a tack driver with Hornady Superformance Ammo with the 150 grain SST bullet. With careful work... It shoots at about 1 moa at 100yds. The rifle action is smooth enough. Good deer hunting rifle. Only thing I wasnt happy about was that when I bought it years ago from Gander Mountain when they were going out of business... I learned that it was previously recalled... And supposedly fixed. The trigger pulls at 6.5lbs. Should pull at a bit less. To make it safer, Thompson Center (Smith and Wesson) added heavier trigger springs. I can shoot it just fine... Especially with adrenaline flowing... It feels like a 2lb trigger lol. Just make sure yours pulls at an acceptible weight before you seal the deal. Not sure what they did as a redesign after the initial recall.

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And for the record... Id give the rifle for the money a solid 4

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$240 is a good price. I think I paid a little less after the Black Friday rebate 3 years ago. Mine is 300 win and has been great. But no more than 50 rounds through it. Killed and elk with it 2 years ago and its Been in the safe ever since.

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Great gun in 6.5. Got a hit out to 1,350 m.

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Most calibers are on backorder, but still show 5-8 day times to ship to store. I purchased one in 6.5 creedmoore, shows 5-8 days to pick up in store. I'll update when something changes.

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