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Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor 120 gr GMX Superformance 20/Box
($1.45 / round)
Winchester 6.5 Creedmoor 125 gr Deer Season XP Polymer Tip 20/Box
($0.98 / round)
Federal 6.5 Creedmoor 130 gr Hybrid OTM Gold Medal Berger 20/Box
($1.29 / round)
Winchester 6.5 Creedmoor 140 gr BTHP Match 20/Box
($1.21 / round)
Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor 147 gr ELD Match 20/Box
($1.30 / round)
Federal 6.5mm Creedmoor 140 gr Open Tip Match (OTM) American Eagle 20/Box
($1.15 / round)
Federal 6.5 Creedmoor 140 gr Soft Point Fusion 20/Box
($1.13 / round)
Winchester 6.5 Creedmoor 142 Gr Accubond Long Range 20/box
($1.48 / round)
Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor 120gr ELD Match 20/Box
($1.21 / round)
Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor 129 gr InterBond Superformance 20/Box
($1.51 / round)
Federal 6.5 Creedmoor 120 gr Trophy Copper Vital Shok 20/Box
($1.67 / round)
Introducing the T/C® COMPASS® - A great choice of rifles that can match any budget. Building on a heritage of accurate, affordable firearms - from a trusted American brand. Designed to deliver today’s sport shooters and hunters with a feature-rich bolt-action rifle at an affordable price point, the T/C Compass elegantly blends American-made craftsmanship and value into a professional-grade rifle.
BTW just got my Boyds laminate stock, they are inletting for the Compass. Drop in. Little finagling but it is a SWEET looking and shooting piece now!
My custom Bartlein and Liljas are great, they better be. But this for around 200 after rebate is stupid amazing.
Good: shoots AS WELL or better than my TIkkas, Savages, and customs. Like a ragged hole and doesn't seem to throw shots even with the thin barrel. Had it out 4 times. Cold and clean, bull. Like center dot. Hot after 10 rounds Eh, maybe grows to a one inch group. I bought the 6.5 and the 223, trying not to buy another...
The bad which is good for me, is that the trigger needs a little breathing-on. Which is ok because after you do an easy fix, you feel like a champ with a very nice adjustable trigger. The trigger secret? Remove a big chunk of metal. I won't tell you which, but there are 3 pieces, and one you straight-up remove. Then it's a great trigger. Will it go off with the safety off on a chambered round if you drop it on a hard surface? Yup! Should you ever walk around cocked and locked safety off? Up to you, but I don't so no problem. Stupid stupid accurate rifle that makes inexpensive RPRs look foolish, which is fun!
Almost a wonderful gun from the factory. After fixing, it is a WOW gun, as good as my RPR. I received a TC Compass in 6.5- cleaned it well, re-tightened the loose stock and scope base screws and headed to the range. As advertised, 1 inch groups at the get go. Went home. After careful glass bedding the rear pillar and the front pillar area and putting a Win 70 target spring in the trigger, it was back to the range. Holy cow- of the 4 groups it was .318/.330.91/1.1 inch. Note the last two were due to two thrown shots, as I got REALLY excited. If TC/S&W makes a solidwood stock for this gun it would eclipse all others. I paid a total of $240.00 take home price!
I have a TC Dimension with various caliber barrels that I really like, so I bought this Compass in 6.5 Creedmoor believing it was steal at the current price and rebate. Big mistake. This rifle has the worst trigger of any of the over twenty bolt guns I've owned. Its adjustable in theory, but the reality is that it won't go below 4.5 lbs, and its basically impossible to get the creep out of it. I've talked to TC about this twice and basically been told that's the way it is. They'll let me send it back, but won't promise the trigger will improve. Furthermore, I sent the rebate in around July 24 and still have yet to receive confirmation that they're even processing it September 18. You are much better off going with Savage, Ruger or Mossberg.