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Thompson/Center Arms Introduces IMPACT!SB Muzzleloader

Thompson/Center Arms Introduces IMPACT!SB Muzzleloader

Thompson/Center Arms announces the launch of its new IMPACT!SB line of .50 caliber break-open muzzleloaders, featuring a new, hand-removable triple lead thread breech plug and a Power Rod aluminum ramrod for easy loading.  The Thompson/Center IMPACT!SB muzzleloaders are available in a variety of patterns and finishes, including the latest Realtree and Mossy Oak camouflage patterns.

“The new Thompson/Center IMPACT!SB muzzleloader incorporates some of Thompson/Center’s most innovative features at an entry-level price point, including fiber optic sights, a hand removable triple lead thread breech plug, Power Rod, and Quick Load Accurizor (QLA) for trouble-free loading," Brand Manager for Thompson/Center Arms, Danielle Sanville, said. "The new T/C IMPACT!SB provides an excellent value - whether you’re a seasoned hunter looking to expand into muzzleloading, or a first-time hunter searching for a feature-rich muzzleloader at a great price.”

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Available in multiple patterns and finishes, the T/C IMPACT!SB muzzleloaders are offered in both a Blued and Weather Shield corrosion-resistant finish to protect against the elements. The new T/C IMPACT!SB also includes a 1” removable buttstock spacer, allowing the user to adjust the length of pull to best suit clothing choice and weather conditions in the field, as well as increased versatility and better fit for smaller-statured hunters.  The T/C IMPACT!SB is offered at an MSRP starting at $263.

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