Webley and Scott Empire Bolt Action Centerfire Rifles

After an absence of 100 years from rifle-making, Webley & Scott released the Empire centrefire rifle in celebration of their tradition for quality gun making. Produced using the latest rifle technology, the Empire shares all the traditional qualities
and heritage of those now prized rifles from 100 years ago

The Empire is available in various stock configurations including an oiled, walnut stock in Classic design for the feel of an English rifle combined with modern ballistic technology.

Accuracy – provided by the Sub-MOA hammer forged barrel.
Reliability – assured by the utilisation of a strong Mauser style action.
Speed to target – the traditional, heritage design insures fast mounting
Safety – three position safety and detachable steel magazine.
Every Empire Rifle features a detachable steel magazine with quick release button as well as a classic jeweled bolt that compliments the stylish and simple lines. This Classic British-designed Sporting Rifle is a combination of Heritage, Tradition
and Technology. Created by Webley & Scott to be perfect for all hunting conditions whether stalking deer, chasing driven boar or shooting vermin.

Precision Hammer Forged barrel for ultimate accuracy
Sub MOA Performance at 100 yds
Match Muzzle Crown for Precision accuracy
Factory Screw Cut « UNF
Metal 5 Shot Detachable Magazine
3 Position safety
Fully Adjustable Trigger
Jewelled Bolt
3 Stock Options ? Traditional Walnut, VFT Black Soft Touch & New Tactical Stock with adjustable comb


Available in Walnut or Synthetic

.223, 22.250, .243, .25.06, .270, 30.06, 300 win mag, .308, 7mm08,


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For SHOT Show 2016, Thompson/Center has introduced its new Compass line of value-priced bolt-action rifles. The concept behind the Compass is to offer hunters a feature-rich rifle with accuracy, reliability and functionality that belies its affordable price. Available in 10 center-fire chamberings (.204 Ruger, .223 Rem., .22-250 Rem., .243 Win., .270 Win., 7 mm-08, 7 mm Rem. Mag., .308 Win., .30-‘06 Sprg. and .300 Win. Mag.), standard calibers will feature 22” free-floating barrels, while magnum cartridges will have 24” barrels. A user-adjustable trigger can be set between 3.5 and 5 lbs., and the guns are backed by T/C’s Minute of Angle guarantee. The barrels of all 10 models are also threaded from the factory for use with suppressors, compensators and muzzle brakes.