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Question for the TC experts.
Did Thompson Center ever make a treehawk model that wasn't camo but in wood stock and blued barrel ?
 
I've seen them with blue barrels & black synthetic stock but never with a walnut stock. Must be a New Englander stock, or Black Mountain Magnum.
 
I've seen them with blue barrels & black synthetic stock but never with a walnut stock. Must be a New Englander stock, or Black Mountain Magnum.
So they did blued barrels. You wouldn't know what the "R" in a serial number represents? Looking at one that's SN is RXXXX, never seen anything other than K in TC SNs before.
 
I believe the 'R' is used to identify round barreled guns in their records as New Englander serial#'s also start with 'R'.
 
Tech,
Reaching back into your TC knowledge have you ever seen a Thompson Center 45 caliber smooth bore ?
I ran across one (13/16 th ) barrel. No stock, was wondering if you had any knowledge of these ?
 
In a New Englander the R that precedes the serial number stands for Rifle. Same with Tree Hawks and Black Mountain Magnum. Those models have shotgun barrels models which have an S preceding the serial number.
 
Treehawk came in real tree or mossy oak the rare one to find is the black synthetic stock with blued barrel
 
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