I've decided to sell a TC Contender I have since I never got into pistol silhouette as I had planned. The frame is blue, and I have 2 barrels for it:
* 10" blue in 7mm TCU, part number 4250
* 10" stainless bull barrel in .22LR (match chamber), part number 4732
The 7mm TCU barrel has about 40 rounds through while I was working on a load for it. The .22 barrel has approximately 200-300 rounds of Federal match through it.
I have the Contender tool/screwdriver, all boxes and paperwork (except for the warranty cards).Stuff added
I dug thorugh my storage room and found my set of Redding 7mm TCU dies, about 60 Hornady 120 grain HP bullets, and 20 pieces of brass (formed from .223, 15 fired, 5 are loaded) that I will throw in with the 7mm barrel
I'll also include at least 2 boxes of Federal Gold Medal Match ammo with the .22LR barrel. There may be more than that if I find it.
There are a few slight scratches on the top pf the .22 barrel from when I had a shelf collapse in my safe and something banged into it, but otherwise it's in very good shape:
Asking $325 for the frame and 1 barrel. $165 for either barrel, but I have to sell the frame first before I sell a barrel separately. Trades considered for a small .380 pistol (Sig 230/232, Walther PPK) or my Contender + cash for a Benelli M1S90.
I am looking for a FTF in AZ.
E-mail me with any questions.