Thomas Field Target rifle

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    Biagio26
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    Hi guys

    I need a little info on this rifle. Is this gun regulated? Who usually sells them? And last question, how heavy is this gun?

    if you have had any experience with this rifle please comment below.

    Thank you very much

    Biagio

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    Strever
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    yes they are regulated
    and the only place i know of to buy them is from
    http://www.thomasrifles.com/
    what do you want to know about the gun ?
     

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    whitefox545
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    The best of the best!  Most accurate air rifle that I have ever had the pleasure to shoot!  May be considered heavy by some but is superbly balanced, I shot 5 shots at 50 yards from a bucket and shooting sticks in to literally one hole, not a cloverleaf but one hole just slightly larger than the .177 pellet I was shooting! I own two high end modified Air Arms rifles rifles and they pale in comparison to the Thomas!!  And Mike (the builder) is as top notch as the rifle he builds!!  I only wish I had the finances to own one, I surely would!!  The trigger is as good as the Jewel trigger in my 1000 Yd rifle!        If you have the cash don’t think twice, get one on order!!          J.L.

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    mark404
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    I have one of his benchrest rifles and a field target rifle, personally, I agree with whitefox, the best of the best.
    my benchrest gun has shot a few 25x cards and my field target will consistently hit aspirins at 50 yards.
    yes they are regulated, and you order them from him.
    they are pricey but they are also worth every penny IMHO    

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    gonzav71
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    How much does a Thomas carbine field target rifle go for these days?

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    whitefox545
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    I believe they start around  $3600.00 Which I know sounds ridicules but if you want the best you have to pay up, the other plus is it will convert from light bench to heavy bench to field target to pistol so you only need one to shoot all of the classes were many people have 4 or 5 different guns. also the power can be change to all of the different configurations by changing a jet (screw ) and not have to re tune the rifle.  If you are a serious competitor it is actually a bargain!   Only wish I could own one !!   J.L.

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    Biagio26
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    Thanks guys

    Now my only problem is to get one here in Canada.

    they look like awesome rifles.

    Biagio

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    whitefox545
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    It will be worth what ever trouble you have to go through!  Make sure you have Mike build it to your Canadian power spec!!   I’m envious!! Good Luck!!  J.L.

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    Biagio26
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    I will not get one right now. I thought it looked like a fairly light rig, but with all the trimmings, it will weigh in at a good 10 plus pounds. Not much lighter than one of my Steyr rigs. Maybe one of these days, you will be able to get a FX Crown in a FT setup rifle, that will be the ultimate gun for FT. I’m still trying to figure out where will the put the accessory rail for the Hamster setup.

    Thanks guys

    Biagio

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