Guys don't forget Knight. Having both TC and Knight I love them both. Have to admit the Knight is a little tighter shooting and works well with most rounds and powders. Definitely less picky with what it is loaded with. The rifling is more aggressive than what is found in the TC. Sorry if I used the wrong term but I know you understand my meaning.
wmi, that Knight long range model does look nice and does carry a heavy price tag. It's about the only model of the knight line I would look at. Rate of twist different or deeper cut rifling on the Knights?
Deeper cut. It really grabs hold of the sabot. MUCH easier to load as well. I have 2 Knights----MK85, and the Wolverine. Tell you what the wolv is cheap and shoots consistent 1- 1 1/2" groups at 100 yards. Light weight too. 6 1/4lbs with scope and sling (I weighed it myself on a scale). For you guys that can't swing bigger dollars you can't go wrong I promise.