Thompson/Center Compass

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posted on January 19, 2016
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Thompson/Center introduces the Compass, a blued/black composite bolt-action hunting rifle loaded with features that's set to retail for only $399.

Features include a three-lug push-feed bolt, adjustable single-stage trigger, wing-style three-position safety, oversized bolt handle and 60-degree bolt lift for scope clearance, detachable rotary box magazine, pillar bedding, a free-floated 22-inch barrel and a threaded muzzle with a thread protector. It's available in short- and long-action calibers.

The Compass will be available this summer.

For more information, go to TCArms.com

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