Gun Report

Thompson Omega Z5 .50 Caliber Blued Composite No. 8898

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Ease of use, an excellent trigger, generous scope to hammer clearance, a sturdy ramrod, very good accuracy, A relatively clean breechplug, overall very good build quality with excellent bluing, and complete reliability makes the Thompson Omega Z5 a competent frontloader and good value.

Thompson Omega Z5 .50 Caliber Blued Composite No. 8898

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The Omega was far easier to scope than the Knight. Even with medium height rings, the Omega’s hammer clearance was generous. The Omega clearly outshot the Knight with complete reliability and with the benefit of a far superior trigger.
The Omega breechplug remained far cleaner than the Knight’s after heavy shooting. The Omega action remained virtually pristine.

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