TCA Impact Inline Muzzleloader .50 Caliber 26 Inch Barrel Weather Shield Finish Composite Stock Realtree Hardwoods Camouflage Finish
Fast action sliding breech and tip-up barrel design with 209 primer ignition. Composite stock with adjustable length of pull. Metal adjustable rear sights with fiber optic inserts and ramp front with bead sight. Built in QLA muzzle system. Precision rifled 26 inch barrel with one in 28 inch twist. Solid aluminum ramrod. Made in the USA.
The Impact’s break-open design makes this one easy-to-load, easy-to-clean muzzleloader. But it’s just as easy to shoot, featuring a 1” removable spacer that gives shooters of all sizes the power and fun of a muzzleloader with a more comfortable fit.
Delivering a level of consistent, reliable accuracy never before seen in a muzzleloader at this price, the T/C Impact lives up to its moniker, “best bang for your buck.” The Impact combines the challenge of black powder hunting with superior accuracy.
1” ADJUSTABLE BUTTSTOCK
Thompson/Center knows that the best shot comes from a gun that fits. The 1” Adjustable Buttstock is just another way the Impact ensures shooters of all ages and sizes are paired with a reliable muzzleloader in the field.
SINGLE SHOT BREAK-OPEN HOOD DESIGN
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.
TRIPLE LEAD THREAD BREECH PLUG
Every muzzleloader hunter is all-too familiar with removing and inserting breech plugs. T/C’s Triple Lead Thread Breech Plug simplifies this process, requiring only five turns to screw in, which not only saves time, but reduces seizing.
IN THE FIELD: SIZING YOUR RIFLE FOR A COMFORTABLE FIT
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.