Thompson/Center answers the call of Northwest hunters with the new NorthWest Explorer™. With design features such as an exposed breech system, #11 cap ignition and metal sights, the NorthWest Explorer meets the legal regulations of western states like Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The drop breech design makes access to the breech simple for both loading and cleaning. Additionally, this muzzleloader features models with stainless steel barrels or barrels coated with T/C’s tough-as-nails, corrosion resistant Weather Shield™. So whatever the conditions, the NorthWest Explorer is ready to handle the elements.
No. 8795 Shown.
*STATES FREQUENTLY CHANGE REGULATIONS ON FIREARMS, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR STATE REGULATIONS FOR COMPLIANCE.
|\\\\ T/C NORTHWEST EXPLORER MUZZLELOADER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS|
|No.||Stock||Caliber||Ignition||Barrel||LOP||OAL||Weight||Sights||Rate of Twist|
|8795||Black||.50||#11 Cap||Blued 28"||14"||42"||7 lbs.||ADJ.||1:48|
|8796||Black||.50||#11 Cap||Weather Shield™ 28"||14"||42"||7 lbs.||ADJ.||1:48|
|8797||Camo||.50||#11 Cap||Weather Shield™ 28"||14"||42"||7 lbs.||ADJ.||1:48|
Black Powder or an approved Black Powder substitute, such as Pyrodex, are the only propellant powders that are safe to use in muzzleloading firearms.