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Thompson/Center Contender Handgun

Item # UF103350108

Key Features

  • Action - Single Shot

  • Action Type - Single Action

  • Caliber - .44 Rem. Mag.

  • Barrel Length - 12"

  • Weight - 4.4 Lbs.

Our Price   $499.99

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Product Description
thompsoncenter_arms Since the first Contender pistol was made in 1967, it has been the choice of serious handgun hunters throughout the world. The reputation this pistol has achieved in terms of its versatility, minute of angle accuracy and proven long-range performance is unquestioned. The Contender's interchangeable barrel system allows shooters to easily adapt their firearm to a variety of different calibers. In addition, the Contender frame has two firing pins, and a selector on the exposed hammer, to allow the shooter to choose between rimfire or centerfire firing pins, or to select a safety position from which neither firing pin can strike a primer. This single-shot handgun is calibered for .44 Remington Magnum ammunition and features a Pachmayr rubber grip. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.
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Specifications
Model Contendor
Type Handgun
Action Single Shot
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .44 Rem. Mag.
Barrel Length 12"
Weight 4.4 Lbs.
Sights Rail
Finish Blued
Grips Synthetic
Capacity 1
Grip Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Very Good
Bore Condition Very Good

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