Re: Thompson Center Pistols
Thanks for the suggestion. I will take a look at the 284's. I know that the 6.5/284 is a hot item amoung the 1000 yard shooters. I have a wild cat, custom built, 6.5-06 Ackley Improved that I shoot at 1000 + yards and it is extremely accurate. I would like a little heavier caliber for hunting. I am 63 and getting a bit old to be chasing deer down over a mountain side. My choice for a hunting rifle is my Marlin Guide Gun in 45/70. My side arm is either my Tauras 454 or my Tauras 44. The 454 is a little harder to pack, with the longer 8 1/2" barrel, but far more accurate than the 6 1/2" 44. For long range deer I use, now don't laugh, a WWII Yugoslavian Mauser in 8mm. When glassed up it will print a Noslier 180 gr. Bullistic tip inside of 4" at 450 yards. For long range Elk I have a custom built wild cat in 375/300.