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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-30-2015, 07:45 PM Thread Starter
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TC Triumph Bone Collector

I would like your opinion regarding the TC Triumph Bone Collector model, accuracy and handling. I see it is pretty light, how does it handle the recoil? If anyone has any experience with this in-line I would appreciate hearing it.

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Re: TC Triumph Bone Collector

I have one and it shots great groups at 100yds with 2 triple7 pellets and 295gr power belts.It does kicks a little but not bad.I'm taking it for elk in sept.using 120grs of loose triple 7
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Re: TC Triumph Bone Collector

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I have one and it shots great groups at 100yds with 2 triple7 pellets and 295gr power belts.It does kicks a little but not bad.I'm taking it for elk in sept.using 120grs of loose triple 7
If Powerbelts are your calling, the 300 or 338 Platinums are much more dependable for penetration on elk.

The T/C Triumph Series -- the Knight Vision and the CVA Accura V2 are all nice choices. I prefer the break-actions over bolt-action MLs.
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Re: TC Triumph Bone Collector

I have a Triumph regular model. I think the only difference is in the stock. I like it over my old Omega, mainly for the hand removable breech plug. I've taken quite a few deer with it using 295gr Powerbelts. My only dislike is having to manually "snap" the action closed. My next inline will be CVA that closes just like a break action shotgun.

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Thanks guys, I appreciate your comments! Safe and successful hunting to all!

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