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Lets see your Thompson Encore Rifles

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by cyclopsshooter, Jul 15, 2009.

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  1. cyclopsshooter

    cyclopsshooter Member

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    I am getting ready to purchace a 7mm Encore soon to be followed by a 223 barrel.

    lets see some pics and discuss the pros and cons of the encore :p
     
  2. P.B.Walsh

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    I'd like to see one all "tacticooled" up. :)
     
  3. cyclopsshooter

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    Is that even possible?
     
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    Yea, suppressor, and paint. :)
     
  5. cyclopsshooter

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    Booo french blue boooo....
     
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    Ive got two thompsons one is a pro hunter and the other is a contender
    They are a real pleasure to shoot on my pro hunter I have a 30-06
    contender I have 3 barrels all of them scoped 22 match grade super 14
    super 14 in 44mag and a 7-30 waters this one is 15'' made by bullberry
    witch is verry accurate I have shot two 1/2 in groops from 100yds.
    one of the biggest pros is the fact that they are so easy to switch calibers
    one of the biggest cons is the fact that they are verry additive and before long
    you will have a colection of barrels. so far all of mine are accurate the 7-30 is verry accurate. my gole is 300 yds with a pistol...
     
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