Thompson/Center Arms launches Impact!SB Muzzleloader

01/31/19 11:00 AM | by

The new muzzleloader is a .50 caliber, break-open style. (Photo: Thompson/Center Arms)

Thompson/Center Arms offers a new entry-level line of .50 caliber break-open muzzleloaders, introducing the Impact!SB.

The Impact!SB Muzzleloader comes in a variety of finishes. Pictured here in black. (Photo: Thompson/Center Arms)

The Impact!SB muzzleloaders bring a hand-removable triple lead thread breech plug and a Power Rod aluminum ramrod designed for easier loading. The muzzleloaders come in both a Blued and Weather Shield corrosion-resistant finish and a variety of patterns to include the Realtree and Mossy Oak camo looks.

“The new Thompson/Center IMPACT!SB muzzleloader incorporates some of Thompson/Center’s most innovative features at an entry-level price point, including fiber optic sights, a hand removable triple lead thread breech plug, Power Rod, and Quick Load Accurizor (QLA) for trouble-free loading,” Danielle Sanville, Brand Manager for Thompson/Center Arms, said in a news release. “The new T/C IMPACT!SB provides an excellent value – whether you’re a seasoned hunter looking to expand into muzzleloading, or a first-time hunter searching for a feature-rich muzzleloader at a great price.”

The Impact!SB muzzloaders feature a 1-inch removable buttstock spacer that grants shooters the ability to adjust length of pull. The muzzleloader’s barrel measures 26-inches and the total package retails for $263.

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