Timberwolf rifle 357 mag
If I was to do any hunting with a. Felt the same way about a Franchi 20 gauge shotgun. My only real criteria other than caliber is that I would prefer SS or an 'all weather' variety. Classic looks don't compromise modern technology and features The Timber Wolf's slim lines and walnut stock are reminiscent of a bygone era, but features like integral scope bases and a sear-locking safety assure that this is a rifle for today. Get YouTube without the ads. It shoots. Very well made gun. Choose your language. I've spent the better part of 3 decades raising my children and now that they're grown I find I would like to start a hobby just for myself.
Feed system, Tube magazine. The Timber Wolf pump-action carbine was designed by Evan Whildin and was produced by Israeli Military Industries, beginning in and is no longer produced.
This is one of few modern rifles chambered for revolver cartridges such as the My birthday present to myself this year will be a magnum rifle of some flavor. The "again" comment there refers to a Marlin I did own in mag, that.
It has no import restricted features and any rifle with a removable buttstock (just about all) can be fired and could be less than 26".
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One thing I thought was really smart about it is that they hardened the magazine tube so it couldn't be dented by barrel whoopin the bad guys.
Think this has lots of accuracy potential I haven't discovered yet. My personal choice would be one of the short barreled 20" pump remakes of the Lightning. I guess the rifles preference for a round nose bullet is it's only flaw, wish they still made them. I guess the and the have killed off about everything else and if it's not compatible with those two cartridges, there just ain't enough demand to tool up for the making of something else.
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You can load "full house" mag ammo, or 38 special with wad cutter bullets and mild recoil. I have one that is almost new old stock, less than rounds fired. Around the firing pin there was some light brown oily stuff. Ok, I'm not totally sure why but something about this rifle just strikes my fancy. Anyone here own a timberwolf? There are a bunch of barrels and blanks floating around out there lately that could only have been planned for them.
It is new in. I used mine in a rifle course a few years back. Hello Folks, Does anybody remember the Timber Wolf Magnum slide find on it is an advertisement in the May-June Rifle magazine. A rifle for hunting. A 5~6" revolver as a sidearm.
A 2" snubnose revolver as their ccw.
All firing the same round; namely the Mag. I had called.
I have one that is almost new old stock, less than rounds fired. Ed Faust, the owner and importer got the last of the unassembled parts from IMI when they quit producing these. IDTrapper Beartooth Regular. One early test had a scoped one shooting 1" groups at yds. Take care, Tom. I guess the rifles preference for a round nose bullet is it's only flaw, wish they still made them.
Sign in to make your opinion count. The loading gate is very suggestive of this. Felt the same way about a Franchi 20 gauge shotgun.
Smilies are On. It might be helpful for us to know what your plans are for the rifle as in whether it's for plinking, hunting or maybe a combination of both.
Ask to see one, feel its balance and find out for yourself.