I have a T/C Encore Pro Hunter. I bought one of the first ones when they first came out. As a hunting rifle, I love it! Mine is stainless with the synthetic camo stock. I don't worry about getting it all scratched up . I have the muzzleloader, a .25-06 barrel, a .300 Mag barrel, and a 7mm Mag barrel. It's very versatile, as others have said.
As far as accuracy, it's not designed to be a benchrest gun. Mine is just as accurate as my Browning A-Bolt .270. And for some reason, my muzzleloader barrel is insanely accurate! I can shoot tighter groups with the muzzleloader barrel at 100 yards than I can with any of the rifle barrels. My old man liked mine so much that he bought one the newer Endeavor models a couple years ago. He has several barrels for his too. We both hunt with the T/Cs primarily.