The most accurate way to have your T/C appraised is to bring to an actual appraisor. If your not fortunate enough to have one on speed dial (as most of us) then you can have it just as accurately priced at a dealer or gunshop. Auctions can also provide numbers but they can also be missleading. Two men walk intop the auction hall with each's eye set on that one gun, one say 2! The next 4! And before you know it your at 10!!! Just because its worth a million to him doesnt mean it really IS. I suppose you could have it appraised via internet but it is always better for the pricer to see it in person. this way they can observe and dings or niks that a photo may have neglected to display. BUT! Seeing it in person can also prove to be beneficial for you. Your gun may have some tiny detail that the camera didnt catch that could make it a one of a kind and worth more. Now that todays lesson is over I mine as well tell you FINALLY that your gun is only going to be worth $160 to a dealer but mabee more at an auction or to some dim witted chum who you can manage to swinddle (BUT I dont condone this, of course unless he deserves it). Fun Fact: If shooting at a downhill slope from atop the hill, aim slightly lower. this will prove accurate due to the difference in the gravitaional pull on your projectile because of the change in gravity. More Vertical Tilt=Less Gravity. (compensation)
If you have the money.
50- 250 usd
Aftermarket and some of the kit barrels do not have the Renegade stamping, or it may have been refinished at some point.
$400 - $450 plus $125 for tang sight per one listed on eBay now. Outstanding rifle had one for decades.
Depends on the Thompson. If you mean the Thompson submachine gun, yes, they were made in caliber .45 ACP (and other calibers as well). However, there are other Thompsons. I have a Thompson Center muzzleloading rifle that is .50 caliber.
Standard #11 cap
$1,800 I can't imagine $1,800 for a T/C muzzle loader! This is obviously not the inexpensive Renegade Model which as used brings around $125 and like new might go for $250. Is this 54 caliber percussion Hawken Model a custom shop or commemorative model? <><><> Agree- depending on condition, these sell for around $200.
50-300 USD or so
$1o0-$250, depending on condition.
It's a 54 caliber round ball
I have seen them selling for between 100-175 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
Thompson-Center is still very much in business and can supply a manual. You might need to do an internet search for their website.
An excellent or like-new specimen (be sure to check for rust inside barrel) would be worth $200-250. A more beat-up specimen would be 100 to maybe 150.
I Sold mine for 100 dollars
You will have to call TC to find out.
If you mean the Thompson Center muzzle loading rifle, contact TC customer service through their webiste at tcarms.
100-300 USD depending on condition.
yes they did-very handy (light weight) and accurate small charge