Suggested Loads For The Tc Triumph Muzzleloader

The following charts show recommended charges using Black Powder or a Pyrodex equivalent as the propellant for Thompson/Center Triumph muzzleloading rifles. Charges are listed by caliber, powder charge and type of projectile.

Note that in each instance a series of charges are listed. More than one charge is shown in each category to clearly illustrate the appropriate powder charge range for that particular caliber, gun model and projectile.

A WARNING: MAXIMUM LOADS ARE NOT TO BE EXCEEDED NOR IS A SUBSTITUTION OF POWDER OR GRANULATIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED! ONLY USE LOADS THAT ARE LISTED FOR YOUR PARTICULAR CALIBER, MODEL AND BULLET STYLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN INJURY AND/OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.

The shooter is instructed to start with the lightest charge listed. As you become familiar with the firearm, increase your charges gradually until you reach your best performing load (most accurate). Thompson/Center Arms is not responsible for loading information printed in sources other than this booklet.

NOTE: All loading data contained in this book is the result of testing by Thompson/Center Arms. Testing was done under carefully controlled conditions with the components specified in the text. 28 inch barrels were used to produce the data (unless otherwise specified).

Since Thompson/Center has no control over the components or equipment which may be used with this information, no responsibility is implied or assumed for the results obtained.

A warning: the loading data found in this manual was compiled using black powder or pyrodex as a propellant. with any other approved black powder substitute follow the instructions supplied by the manufacturer and heed all warnings as they apply to loading and usage of that product.

Assembly & Loading T/C Mag Express™ & Shock Wave™ Sabots

T/C Sabots come in several variations for .50 caliber muzzle-loading applications; some accept 44 caliber (.429" - .430" diameter) bullets and others accept 45 caliber (.451" - .452" diameter) bullets. In either case, insert the correct diameter projectile into the sabot and press firmly, making sure the bullet is fully seated.

A WARNING: WHEN LOADING T/C'S MAG EXPRESS SABOTS, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR GUN IS UNPRIMED, AND THAT YOUR SABOT HAS BEEN PROPERLY ASSEMBLED. FAILURE TO ASSEMBLE AND LOAD YOUR SABOT CORRECTLY COULD RESULT IN THE BULLET DISENGAGING FROM THE SABOT. THIS COULD RESULT IN AN AIR SPACE BETWEEN THE COMPONENTS. UNDER SUCH A CONDITION, ONE OR MORE OF THE COMPONENTS MAY ACT AS A BARREL OBSTRUCTION AND FIRING COULD RESULT IN INJURY AND/OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.

To properly assemble your T/C Mag Express Sabot, insert the projectile into the sabot and press firmly, making sure the bullet is fully seated. Use only bullets of the correct diameter.

Diameter

Seat Fully

MaSExor |U U

Assembled Sabot

The Assembled r Sabot Must Be 1 Seated Firmly < On The Powder 1

Charge. 1

V?

A WARNING: USE ONLY PROJECTILES OF THE CORRECT DIAMETER THAT WERE DESIGNED FOR THE SABOTS YOU ARE USING. USING BULLETS OF LESSER DIAMETER MAY CAUSE THE BULLET TO SEPARATE FROM THE SABOT RESULTING IN A BARREL OBSTRUCTION. USING BULLETS OF LARGER DIAMETER COULD RESULT IN DIFFICULT LOADING, OR A CONDITION WHERE THE SABOT IS NOT SEATED ALL THE WAY DOWN ON THE POWDER CHARGE, RESULTING IN A BARREL OBSTRUCTION. EITHER CASE CAN RESULT IN A DAMAGED FIREARM AND POSSIBLE INJURY AND/OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.

A WARNING: THE LOAD DATA PROVIDED HERE IS FOR USE IN RIFLES OF THOMPSON/CENTER MANUFACTURE ONLY. FOR LOAD DATA FOR OTHER BRANDS REFER TO THERE LOADING DATA.

T/C Mag Express™ Sabot Loads

For Use With .50 Caliber T/C Triumph Muzzleloader Only Using Bullet Weights Listed Use #209 Shotshell Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Pyrodex Pellets & Mag Express™ Sabot Loads

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Black Powder Charge (Grains)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

180 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1937 F.P.S.

1500 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2303 F.P.S.

2120 Ft. Lbs.

240 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1889 F.P.S.

1902 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2249 F.P.S.

2696 Ft. Lbs.

250 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1863 F.P.S.

1927 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2197 F.P.S.

2680 Ft. Lbs.

300 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1729 F.P.S.

1992 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2036 F.P.S.

2762 Ft. Lbs.

325 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1624 F.P.S.

1903 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

1938 F.P.S.

2711 Ft. Lbs.

400 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1512 F.P.S.

2031 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

1806 F.P.S.

2897 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

For Use With .50 Caliber T/C Triumph Muzzleloader Only Using Bullet Weights Listed Use #209 Shotshell Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Black Powder & Mag Express Sabot Loads

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

180 Grain Bullet

Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

240 Grain Bullet

Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

250 Grain Bullet Like The Thompson/Center PTX™

300 Grain Bullet Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

Black Powder Charge (Grains)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

80 grs. FFG

1609 F.P.S.

1035 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1685 F.P.S.

1135 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1737 F.P.S.

1206 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1766 F.P.S.

1247 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1852 F.P.S.

1371 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1907 F.P.S.

1454 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

2004 F.P.S.

1606 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

2043 F.P.S.

1669 Ft. Lbs.

80 grs. FFG

1511 F.P.S.

1217 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1629 F.P.S.

1414 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1672 F.P.S.

1490 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1710 F.P.S.

1559 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1761 F.P.S.

1653 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1794 F.P.S.

1716 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

1846 F.P.S.

1816 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1879 F.P.S.

1882 Ft. Lbs.

80 grs. FFG

1472 F.P.S.

1203 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1601 F.P.S.

1423 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1642 F.P.S.

1497 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1696 F.P.S.

1597 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1724 F.P.S.

1650 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1775 F.P.S.

1749 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

1828 F.P.S.

1855 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1853 F.P.S.

1907 Ft. Lbs.

80 grs. FFG

1452 F.P.S.

1405 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1535 F.P.S.

1570 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1601 F.P.S.

1708 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1646 F.P.S.

1805 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1667 F.P.S.

1852 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1693 F.P.S.

1910 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

1714 F.P.S.

1957 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1758 F.P.S.

2015 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum - Heavier Bullets continued next page...

180 Grain Bullet

Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

240 Grain Bullet

Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

250 Grain Bullet Like The Thompson/Center PTX™

300 Grain Bullet Like The Thompson/Center XTP™

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T/C Mag Express$ Sabot Loads Cont'd.

... continued from previous page.

For Use With .50 Caliber T/C Triumph Muzzleloader Only Using Bullet & Sabot Listed Below Use #209 Shotshell Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Black Powder & Mag Express™ Sabot Loads

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Powder Charge 50 Gr. Pellets

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

325 Grain Bullet

100 grs. FFG

1451 F.P.S.

1520 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1555 F.P.S.

1745 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1710 F.P.S.

2110 Ft. Lbs.

400 Grain Bullet

100 grs. FFG

1390 F.P.S.

1679 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1469 F.P.S.

1917 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1587 F.P.S.

2238 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

T/C Shockwave™ Sabot Loads

For Use With .50 Caliber T/C Triumph Muzzleloader Only Using Bullet & Sabot Listed Below Use #209 Shotshell Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using 50 Gr. Equivalent Pyrodex Pellets & Shock Wave Bullets with T/C Super Glide Sabots

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Powder Charge 50 Gr. Pellets

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

in the T/C Super Glide™ Sabot

2 Pellets

1863 F.P.S.

1927 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2197 F.P.S.

2680 Ft. Lbs.

in the T/C Super Glide™ Sabot

2 Pellets

1729 F.P.S.

1992 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2036 F.P.S.

2762 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

For Use With .50 Caliber T/C Triumph Muzzleloader Only Using Bullet & Sabot Listed Below Use #209 Shotshell Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Black Powder & Shock Wave™ Bullets with T/C Super Glide™ Sabots

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Powder Charge 50 Gr. Pellets

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

250 Gr. Bullet T/C Shock Wave™ in the T/C Super Glide™ Sabot

80 grs. FFG

1472 F.P.S.

1203 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1601 F.P.S.

1423 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1642 F.P.S.

1497 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1696 F.P.S.

1597 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1724 F.P.S.

1650 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1775 F.P.S.

1749 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

1828 F.P.S.

1855 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1853 F.P.S.

1907 Ft. Lbs.

300 Gr. Bullet T/C Shock Wave™ in the T/C Super Glide™ Sabot

80 grs. FFG

1452 F.P.S.

1405 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1535 F.P.S.

1570 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1601 F.P.S.

1708 Ft. Lbs.

110 grs. FFG

1646 F.P.S.

1805 Ft. Lbs.

120 grs. FFG

1667 F.P.S.

1852 Ft. Lbs.

130 grs. FFG

1693 F.P.S.

1910 Ft. Lbs.

140 grs. FFG

1714 F.P.S.

1957 Ft. Lbs.

150 grs. FFG

1758 F.P.S.

2015 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

Assembly And Loading Of T/C Break-O-Way™ Sabots

A WARNING: WHEN LOADING T/C'S BREAK-O-WAY SABOTS, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR GUN IS UNPRIMED, AND THAT YOUR BREAK-O-WAY SABOT HAS BEEN PROPERLY ASSEMBLED. FAILURE TO ASSEMBLE AND LOAD YOUR SABOT CORRECTLY COULD RESULT IN THE BULLET, SABOT HALVES, OR WOVEN WOOL DOUGHNUT SEPARATING AND DISENGAGING FROM THEMSELVES. THIS COULD RESULT IN AN AIR SPACE BETWEEN THE LOAD COMPONENTS. UNDER SUCH A CONDITION, ONE OR MORE OF THE COMPONENTS MAY ACT AS A BARREL OBSTRUCTION AND FIRING CAN RESULT IN A DAMAGED FIREARM AND POSSIBLE INJURY OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.

To properly assemble your T/C Break-O-Way Sabot, position 2 sabot halves together forming a complete sabot cup. Press the woven wool "doughnut" firmly on the base, allowing the flange to protrude through the hole. Your sabot is now ready to accept a .429" - .430" diameter .44 cal bullet. Use only bullets of these dimensions.

Bore Muzzleloading

Assembled Sabot Must r Be Seated Firmly On ^ The Powder Charge.

A WARNING: USE ONLY BULLETS MEASURING .429" -.430" DESIGNED FOR USE IN .44 CALIBER PISTOLS OR RIFLES. USING BULLETS OF LESSER DIAMETER MAY CAUSE THE BULLET TO SEPARATE FROM THE SABOT RESULTING IN A BARREL OBSTRUCTION. USING BULLETS OF LARGER DIAMETER COULD RESULT IN DIFFICULT LOADING, OR A CONDITION WHERE THE SABOT IS NOT SEATED ALL THE WAY DOWN IN THE POWDER CHARGE, RESULTING IN A BARREL OBSTRUCTION. EITHER CASE CAN RESULT IN A DAMAGED FIREARM AND POSSIBLE INJURY AND/OR DEATH TO THE SHOOTER OR BYSTANDERS AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.

A WARNING: THE LOAD DATA PROVIDED HERE IS FOR USE IN RIFLES OF THOMPSON/CENTER MANUFACTURE ONLY. FOR LOAD DATA FOR OTHER BRANDS REFER TO THERE LOADING DATA.

T/C Break-O-Way* Sabot Loads Cont'd.

For Use Only With .50 Caliber Thompson/Center Triumph Rifle Using a Bullet as Listed Below Use a #209 Shotshell Primer.

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Pyrodjx Pellets & Break-O-Way Sabot Loads

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Powder Charge .50 cal/50 gr. Pellets

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

240 Gr. XTP™ Bullet

2 Pellets

1762 F.P.S.

16SS Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

For Use Only With .50 Caliber Thompson/Center Triumph Rifle Using a Bullet as Listed Below Use a #209 Shotshell Primer.

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Blac^Powder & Break-O-Way Sabot Loads

For Use With Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Black Powder Charge (Grains)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

240 Grain XTP™ Bullet

80 grs. FFG

1474 F.P.S.

1158 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1623 F.P.S.

1404 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

16S2 F.P.S.

14SS Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

Loading T/C MaxiBall™ & Maxi-Hunter™ Conical Lead Bullets

For Use Only With .50 Caliber Thompson/Center Triumph Rifle Bullets Lubricated with Natural Lube 1000 Plus Bore Butter. Use a #209 Shotshell Primer.

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using Pyrodex® Pellets & Maxi-Balls or Maxi-Hunters

For Use With .50 cal Bullets Weighing (Grains)

Black Powder Charge (Grains)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

275 Gr. Maxi-Hunter& 320 Gr. Maxi-Ball

2 Pellets

1718 F.P.S.

2098 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

2026 F.P.S.

2917 Ft. Lbs.

350 Gr. Maxi-Hunter& 370 Gr. Maxi-Ball

2 Pellets

1656 F.P.S.

2253 Ft. Lbs.

3 Pellets

1891 F.P.S.

2939 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

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