Re: TC ICON precision hunter
Haven't shot one, but read a good article in a magazine on one. The pillar bedding system sounds pretty substantial. I did get to handle one of the tactical models at a sportsman show in Harrisburg PA. The gun felt good and the trigger was pretty sweet. The bolt throw was short and solid. The trigger was crisp and snapped off quite well. The only issue I have with it right now, is that you can buy a Sako TRG for about $400 more. The TC Icon's are a little pricey. We found out later that the price on the Tac Model was in the neighbor hood of $3000 plus. Not sure on the varmint model or light hunter price. Being a TC could put them in at around $1500 plus. With these prices you would be better off with a custom gun unless the wait to purchase is unbareable. Just my .02. If they could bring the price down to a reasonable cost it would definitely be a rifle to consider. The article showed some groupings with factory ammo in a 22-250 varminter and it was quite impressive.
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