Thompson Center Impact Muzzleloading Rifle 50 Caliber 26" Barrel

  • Product Family #: 1020803416
{{::selector.productStatusBanner.alt}}
Thompson Center Impact Muzzleloading Rifle 50 Caliber 26" Barrel
  1. {{::image.alternatText}}
List price was $263.00 through $324.00 our price $259.99 through $319.99
  • {{fee.amount}} {{fee.description}}
Mixed Availability
Made in USA
Black Powder Caliber: 50 Caliber
Stock Type: Ambidextrous
Sight Type: Adjustable Fiber Optic
Ignition Type: 209 Primer
Breech Plug: Triple Lead Thread
Due to safety considerations and legal/regulatory reasons Black Powder Firearms may not be returned.

Product Overview

Designed to open easily for right- or left-handed shooters of all sizes, the Impact’s single shot break-open hood construction means black powder hunters can spend less time loading and cleaning, and more time aiming in on that shot of a lifetime.

Every muzzleloader hunter is all-too familiar with removing and inserting breech plugs. T/C’s Speed Breech with triple lead threads simplifies this process, requiring only five turns to screw in, which not only saves time, but reduces seizing.

Quality that comes installed straight from the T/C factory, the Impact’s Fiber Optic Sights provide highly visible dots that appear to emit a radiant glow for more accurate shooting in low light conditions. If you prefer optics, the Impact SB is factory drilled and tapped for Thompson Center mounts.

Featuring a 26” Magnum .50 Caliber Muzzleloader Barrel, the T/C Impact can handle loads up to 150 grains of FFG Black Powder (or an equivalent black powder substitute) without sacrificing accuracy.

The American-made Impact is backed by the famous T/C Lifetime Warranty, protecting your investment for a lifetime of hunts.

One size rifle doesn’t fit every hunter – and finding the right fit often means the difference between bagging a trophy and returning empty-handed. A 1” spacer is always included with the T/C Impact to adjust the length of pull to match shooter preference. To determine your length of pull, simply hold your hand in a position as if you were holding a pistol grip, with your fingers in a comfortable trigger position. Let your arm hang at your side, then make a 90 degree angle between your elbow and bicep. Measure from your trigger finger to the inside of your elbow in a straight line. This measurement indicates your length of pull.

 

 

Made In United States of America

Specifications

Was the information on this page helpful?

Community Q&A

Need More Information?

Customer Q&A are not compatible with your browser.

Update Your Browser Now!

Customer Reviews

Own this product?

Product Reviews are not compatible with your browser.

Update Your Browser Now!
NOTE: Prices, specifications and availability are subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to correct typographic, photographic and/or descriptive errors.