Thompson/Center ICON Precision Hunter

TC have added a sub-moa rifle to the ICON range. The Precision Hunter is the suitable for varminting or hunting.

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It features:

* Picatinny style scope bases.
* Adjustable trigger (3.5 lbs – 5 lb).
* Convection Enhancement System engineered to disperse heat from the barrel and forend.
* 5R rifling.
* Heavy 22″ fluted barrel.
* 3 round detachable magazine.

Certified to deliver sub-minute of angle accuracy right out of the box, the ICON Precision Hunter features the Interlock Bedding System along with a match-grade barrel with 5R Rifling.

Whether at the range or in the field, the ICON Precision Hunter embodies all of the aspects of a dependable long-range hunting firearm and the perfect target rifle. From its solid machined receiver to its heavy fluted barrel, the ICON Precision Hunter is a breed apart.

It will be available chambered in .204 Ruger, .223 Rem., .22-250 Rem., .243 Win. and .308 Win.. All have a heavy 22″ barrel.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Doug

    I just ordered the Icon Precision Hunter in the 243. They say it is back ordered. Do you have any idea when they will have products to deliver? Do you think it will meet the hype?

    • Doug, In answer to both of your questions: I am not sure.

      Please let us know how your rifle performs when you get it.

  • Doug

    I have two fantastic Rugers in the 22-250 and the 300 WM. They both shot groups less the 1/2 inch. They both have the built in box magazine. The bullets in the magazine get damaged during recoil. What is the cure for this.

  • Doug

    I have already purchased a Leupold VL 6.5×20 50mm scope for the Icon Precision Hunter 243. I will let you know how it goes. I’m kind of excited. It gives me something to look forward to.

    • Doug, Great, that sounds very cool. That should be a nice duel varmint/hunting rifle in .243.

      If you can take some photos of it and email them to me I would really appreciate it. I love seeing new guns and posting them on the blog.

  • Tim

    I just got the Precision hunter in 308 cal. and put a Schmidt & Bender 3x12x50 on it and it shoots very nice to me,From the factory it was MOA @ .590 with Fed. 150 SP ( $13.00 a box @ Wal-mart).I’ve only shot the Fed. bullets in it for now but are going to see if the gun my like something better ,But with those rounds I’m shooting right at 1/2 in. groups.Very happy with the Gun.

  • jim

    I have a precision hunter 22-250 I have a nikon monarch 6-24-50 on it busting eggs at 250 and 300 yds. love it

  • Doug

    I’m getting the same accuracy as Jim in the 243 with 80 GR. PSP factory loads from Winchester.

  • Doug

    I was at the range yesterday and this old guy was shooting a 22-6MM. The barrel was made by Paul Hart and the gun body was a Ruger M77-2506. That thing will shoot flat out past 400 yards. He was shooting 1/2″ groups at 100 yards. I was very impressed with this rifle. Just wanted to share.