Assembly Disassembly Of The Thunder Hawk

This ThunderHawk has four 4 basic parts groups 1. The Barrel and Receiver Assembly - This assembly is held in the stock by two stock screws one is located about 1 in front of the trigger guard and the other is the rear trigger guard screw. 2. The Stock Assembly - Molded composite material or wood. 3. The Striker Assembly - The striker assembly is housed in the receiver, under spring tension. It is secured by the large receiver end cap at the rear end of the receiver. 4. The Trigger Assembly -...

Bullet Data For TC Muzzleloading Rifles

.315 DIAMETER (47 grs.) Use with patch material No.7036, No.7042, No.7131, or No.7135 in .32 caliber models. .350 DIAMETER (65 grs.) Use with patch material No.7036, No.7042, No.7131, or No.7135 in .36 caliber models. .440 DIAMETER (127 grs.) Use with patch material No.7030, No.7043, No.7132, or No.7136 in .45 caliber models. .490 DIAMETER (175 grs.) Use with patch material No. 7030, No. 7043, No.7132, or No.7136 in .50 caliber models. .530 DIAMETER (230 grs.) Use with patch material No. 7034,...

Thompson Center Thunderhawk Load Data

Percussion Nipple

Do not prime the firearm until you are actually ready to fire and you have double checked to ensure that the striker handle is in the safety position and ramrod has been removed from the bore. Thompson Center does not recommend priming the firearm until the instant before actual firing. Carrying a charged, primed ThunderHawk can be dangerous. ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE IS A CONSTANT HAZARD WHICH, IF IT OCCURS, CAN CAUSE INJURY AND OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. The only...