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Would it be possible to get a parts list with sketches of where they are on the rifle,for a thompson center omega z5 muzzleloader rifle.

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    What year was this rifle produced and what is the model

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Hello,

I get my parts from www.gunparts.com , They have schematics for many diferent guns.

Hope this helps, Matt

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My thompson center rifle firing pin hits primer but only shoots about half the time


strip the bolt and clean it as dirt inside could be causing light strikes some of the time or the casings you use are getting pushed up the chamber by the pin some times

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I have the thompson center muzzleloader trumiph.Having trouble sighting it in,shooting thompson tc bullets 250grain shockwave. with 2 triple 7 pellets and triple 7 209 primer. shoot and hit bulleye...


One thing about muzzle loaders, you should wipe or clean the bore after each shot. You need to find a method that works for you. I have an old CVA and I have to wipe the bore after each shot to keep it accurate, if shooting for fun I do not. But I would use my rod and with one patch in and out just to keep the fowling down.
Lets think of it this way. Even with the new powers they tend to build up. Now this build up causes each shot to have a different pressure and then each shot will run down the bore different. Hence one shot here another there.
Then there is the primer itself, The 209 primer has a very hot flame and can cause a bit of fouling.
See this link. Primers cause accuracy problems. It may help you understand what is going on. But the easy fix is to learn; wipe the bore after each shot. Use the same method to load powder, press the bullet in the bore, seat the bullet on the powder pellets, fire the gun, wipe the bore, start over doing the same steps, same motion, same pressure each time.

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Does the TC Omega have a problem using 150 grains of blackpowder or its' eqivalent?


Hello jps.... No problem at all with 150 grains. In fact, that is the spec. max. amount. The Thompson Center Omega Z5 was designed with simplicity in mind. It is easy to shoot and easy to clean. The breech seals the 209 primer from rain and snow and is easy to open with a simple forward motion of the lever on the trigger guard. The sealed breech plug design also prevents the crushing of Pyrodex pellets. The Z5 can handle a powder load of up to 150 grains for more power or longer range shooting.

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  • Exposed hammer
  • Sling swivel studs
  • Rubber recoil pad
  • Fiber optic sights
  • Blue chrome-moly steel with a silver weatherguard finish


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    I broke a pick off in my breech plug. I had to


    DO NOT fire it until you've replaced the breach plug!
    The breach plug hole size is critical, opening it up even a few thousandths of an inch can cause a dangerous situation whereby chamber gasses can push the primer or musket cap back against the hammer and allow blow by gasses to exhaust directly into the shooter's face.
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    I want to find out what my guns year and type it is buy the serial number can i do that?????


    Try taking it to a dealer/smith. I have seen gun smiths pull the most amazing info out of there head on even the rarest items. Also, try google or call the manufacturer. Another was is check out a book store or library. There are weapon encyclopedias that may help.

    Hope that helps.

    Apr 27, 2009 | Thomson Thompson Center Muzzleloader Rifle...

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    Muzzeloader won't fire ,new nipple,caps fire,nothing is pluggedl.


    its not a bullet problem you can shoot that out of your hawken muzzeloader your problim is getting the pan powder to ignight your powder in the barrel you need to make shure powder never got damp now on your hawken you have a removable torch hole were the pan powder lays take that out and just drill the hole out bigger not much just a little bigger in the part you took out this will make your hawken fire without any problem i have done this to many hawken rifles and its like night and day how it fires hope this helped ya out and good luck

    Dec 11, 2008 | Thomson Thompson Center Muzzleloader Rifle...

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    Elevation knob is topped out i still need to go up about 5"


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