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The Thompson Center TCR-22 is expertly-crafted for hunters, plinkers, and first-time shooters alike. Building on a heritage of affordable firearms from a trusted American brand.
The Thompson/Center T/CR22 rifle delivers out-of-the-box performance through a feature set that appeals to hunters and avid firearms owners. The new T/CR22 rifle includes a green fiber optic front sight and adjustable rear peep sight for quick target acquisition, while the built-in picatinny-style rail allows for the mounting of an optic for precision shooting at longer ranges.
Not compliant for sale in the state of New York.
This was my first 1022 rifle. I did not buy this gun from this website but have put multiple thousands of rounds through it and feel motivated to review it. As a stock, out of the box 1022, this surpassed my expectations. For the lower end of the firearm price range I got an extremely reliable rifle that ate everything from Remington thunderbolts to CCI subsonic hps and consistently shot around 2 moa assuming you're a competent shooter, your level of skill may yield better or worse results.
I put a Bushnell trs25 on the pic rail, basic $50 red dot and it made target acquisition an absolute ease, an extremely quick rifle in terms of moving it from low ready to on target. My next upgrade was a Kidd 2 stage trigger. Truthfully, this trigger pull is leagues above the stock tcr22 trigger. Disappointingly, I also got my first batch of stovepipe malfunctions with this trigger. I assume this is a result of the incredibly tight trigger spring on the Kidd triggers. I typically run CCI standard velocitys and expect at least 1 stovepipe/25 rounds until the trigger spring breaks in. The break in period is about 500 rounds in my experience.
With a broken in Kidd trigger, Bushnell red dot, CCI standard velocity ammo, and a Silencerco can, this is my favorite gun to shoot by far! I have a lot of cool toys so this isn't an empty statement. If you can shoot well, know how to buy parts that suits your needs, and are looking for a cheap project blinker, this is exactly what you're looking for. Buy it before the price rises, trust me.
Had this for 2 weeks. Put close to 1000 rds through it with not 1 problem. Nice factory trigger. Only 1 thing I would have liked better is the rear sight adjustment. I would have preferred a screw type adjustment for windage and elevation. The factory adjustment worked and I was able to zero it in without much trouble. I mounted a 2x7x33 Leopold and am getting 1 groups at 50yds. Should make a very good squirrel gun this fall.