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im looking at the tc dimensions with the interchangeable barrels. yes or no if not can i get some suggestions on a rifle for wh

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  • im looking at the tc dimensions with the interchangeable barrels. yes or no if not can i get some suggestions on a rifle for wh

    im looking at the tc dimensions with the interchangeable barrels. yes or no if not can i get some suggestions on a rifle for whitetail

  • #2
    As far as "rifle" goes, it's your money, get what you
    a. want
    b. afford.
    From what I understand, T/C builds a pretty nice rifle. I have three. All black powder.
    Biggest question is caliber.
    Personally, for white tails, I won't shoot smaller than .25 caliber. At least a 6.5mm if you go metric. I like the .270 Win but that's just a personal choice.

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    • #3
      i wouldnt wast my money in a dimensions...i cant fathom that a gun you take apart and put together in a different caliber is able to attain any type of accuracy...buy yourself something between a 25-06 and a .300 win mag.

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      • #4
        For multiple caliber/ga. I have the NEF. In .223, .308, 45/70, 12ga., and .50calblack powder. I really like the concept as the scope stays with the barrel, so every change is always right on target. The .223 and .308 are tack drivers. The 45/70 with my handloads is a real boomer. Black powder is also very accurate.
        Great way to cover all your hunting situations.
        The action uses a transfer bar system so it is very safe to hunt with.

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        • #5
          The 7mm/08 is hard to beat for a white tail Taker.
          light recoil with a good pay-load delivery.

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          • #6
            I wasted my money once on a T/C Encore set up and lost my butt when I sold it and I will never get stung on another T/C product. The .308 is a good whitetail caliber .

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            • #7
              I shy away from interchangeable rifles. As was described above, I can't see how accuracy is maintained.Besides, when I need different rifle, it's more fun to buy another full gun.
              I may be too conservative, but I like a gun that gets sighted in and shoots minute of angle consistently and reliably.

              The .308 is a caliber that you can get loads with bullets as small as 110 grain for varmints, 150 or 165 for deer and 180 grains for bear. Plus in the right rifle, will shoot tight groups.

              A .270 is also a great choice, although with fewer and lighter bullet options.

              A number of new rifle models now guarantee 1 M.O.A. @ 100 yards. The Tikka T3, and Savage 11 are excellent shooters.

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