This is my Thompson Center Contender chambered in .41 Magnum. I was given this gun by my uncle when I was about 16. My dad and I took it out to the range that week, and I shot the only three bullets I had for it. After that, I put it back in the case and forgot I had it for about 22 years. My dad decided to finally inventory his vault, rediscovered it, and asked me if I still wanted it. So I picked it up, brought it home, and put it in my closet, where I forgot about it again for another two years, until my youngest son rediscovered it while pillaging for tools. When he asked what it was, I opened the case and discovered it was still in pristine condition. So I put a scope on it, and I'm looking for some good bullets to shoot deer and hogs with. It has a "Super 14"-inch barrel, topped with a Leupold FX-II 4-X-32 scope and Leupold rings and base. Now I'm looking forward to gun season.