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THOMPSON CENTER VENTURE 223 COMPACT
Action: Short Action, Bolt • Finish: Black Nitride • Barrel: 20" 5R Rifling - 1:12" Twist • Sights: None - Drilled & Tapped • Magazine(s): 3 Round Detachable • Stock: Black with Hogue Panels Synthetic Stock • Weight: 6.75 lbs. • Overall Length: 39.75" • MSRP: $537
The perfect shot starts with a gun that fits perfectly. And for smaller, shorter or growing shooters the hunt for the perfect rifle stops with the T/C Venture Compact. The rifle offers the same guaranteed MOA accuracy of the full-size Venture rifle with a more ergonomic design for small-stature shooters — including a 12 ½” pull, 1” synthetic (included) spacer and butt pad and an adjustable trigger.
1” ADJUSTABLE SPACER
With a 1” stock spacer included, the Venture Compact easily adjusts the length of pull from 12.5-13.5” depending on shooter preference.
An accurate shot starts with a crisp trigger. Venture’s trigger can be adjusted from 3.5-5 lbs of trigger pull, depending on shooter preference.
2 POSITION SAFETY
Just like the full-size bolt-action Venture, the Venture Compact's safety is simple and easy to operate.
IN THE FIELD: SIZING YOUR RIFLE FOR A COMFORTABLE FIT
One size rifle doesn’t fit every hunter — and finding the right fit often means the difference between bagging a trophy and returning home empty-handed. A 1” spacer is always included with the Venture Compact to adjust the length of pull from 12.5” to 13.5” depending on shooter preference. To determine your length of pull, simply hold your hand in a position as if you were holding a pistol grip. Hold your fingers in a comfortable trigger position.
Let your arm hang at your side, then make a 90° angle between your elbow and bicep. Measure from your trigger finger to the inside of your elbow in a straight line. This measurement indicates your length of pull.