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Thompson/Center Pro Hunter™ FX .50-Caliber Muzzleloader with Starter Kit and Scope/Rings and Bases

Enjoy T/C’s legendary quality and reliability at an exceptional value. The rugged, recoil-reducing FlexTech™ stock and forend will stand up to rough use in a wide range of conditions. Plus, the T/C-exclusive Weather Shield™ finish protects the 26", 1-in-28" twist, fluted barrel with Quick-Load Accurizer (QLA) from rust and corrosion. Features famous Pro Hunter break-open action. The hand-removable Speed Breech XTL triple-lead breech plug makes it quick and effortless to clean. Includes steel, adjustable fiber optic sights. Backed by T/C’s lifetime warranty. Starter Kit includes: 20 Shock-Wave Sabots (250 gr., 50 cal.), composite T-handle short starter ramrod extension, Super Jag with inte­grated spire-point bullet tip, three speedloaders, 209 capper/decapper, bronze cleaning brush, 4-oz. bottle of Cabela’s Black-Powder Solvent, 1/4-oz. tube of Superlube and 25 cleaning patches (a $39.99 value) . This combo also includes a Cabela’s 3-10x40 Powderhorn Scope that features true ballistic marks on the reticle indicating 100-, 150-, 200- and 250-yard points of impact (150-grain powder charge and a 250-grain bullet). Cabela’s Muzzleloader Integral Rings and Bases are included with every muzzleloader/scope combo. (Scope alone is a $99.99 value.) Note: The Pro Hunter FX is a non-interchangeable fixed-barrel muzzleloader. Encore and Pro Hunter Rifle barrels cannot be interchanged on the Pro Hunter FX platform. No FFL 4473 form required. Made in USA. Barrel length: 26". Length-of-pull: 14". Overall length: 40-1/2". Weight: 7 lbs. Finish: Weather Shield/Black.
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Customer questions and answers for REBEL Thompson/Center Pro Hunter™ FX .50-Caliber Muzzleloader with Starter Kit and Scope/Rings and Bases

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do the fixed iron sites remain on this rifle package w/ the scope mounted?

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The open sites will remain on the Thompson/Center Pro Hunter™ FX .50-Caliber Muzzleloader with Starter Kit and Scope/Rings and Bases (217849).
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Yes they do but the scope rings and bases put the scope above the fixed sights
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would the t/c pro hunter fx .50-caliber muzzeloader be legal for use during pa flintlock season? if not what is the most modern gun that is?

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Since hunting regulations change so often the best source of information like this would be your local game and parks office.
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can this gun handle a magnum load?

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Per Thomson Center's manual for the Thompson/Center Pro Hunter FX .50-Caliber Muzzleloader with Starter Kit and Scope/Rings and Bases (217849), this rifle will accept up to 150 grains of FFg powder for certain loads. Here is a link to the Instruction Manual for this rifle, starting on page 45 of the manual is the loading data, I recommend checking out the loading data to determine the maximum powder load for the bullet type you plan to shoot. http://www.tcarms.com/assets/manual...
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