Thompson/Center Venture Centerfire Rifle
Match-grade T/C barrel with 5R rifling
Classic sporter-style composite stock
Three-round single-stack magazine
Includes scope bases
Rebate offer expires 11/1/2014
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Product DescriptionGet top-end quality and accuracy at an entry-level price with the Venture bolt-action rifle. The Venture is guaranteed to deliver minute-of-angle accuracy: 1" groups at 100 yds. Plus, it features a classic sporter-style composite stock with traction grip panels. The match-grade T/C barrel with 5R rifling increases stability and reduces fouling. The adjustable trigger is preset to 3 to 3.5 lbs. of pull with zero creep and overtravel. Includes factory tool for adjustments. Three-round single-stack magazine maintains perfect alignment for flawless feeding. The 60° bolt lift is made possible by three locking lugs for greater bolt-to-scope clearance. Smooth operating melanite coated bolt. Raised traction panels provide a secure grip.
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Q:What is a good scope to go with this gun? My husband already has the gun and I want to surprise him with the scope for Christmas. I am especially interested in budget friendly recommendations because we are both in school.Asked on 11/22/2009 by Anonymous
A:My 2 cents: Two of the better names in scopes right now (for mid-range budget) are Leupold and Nikon. If you are looking to spend $200 - $300, get the nikon buckmaster or the leupold rifleman series. both are very good quality, guaranteed for life, and will handle the recoil of a 300 win mag. They make better, and others make cheaper - but these are both very good.Answered on 12/8/2009 by holliday0 from Coffeen, IL