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Old 01-25-2011, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default Timber wolf .357 pump rifle/carbine

Whatever happened to this rifle? Are they still being produced? any info would be appreciated ...thx .

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Old 01-25-2011, 08:57 PM   #2
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They were made in Israel by IMI/IWI and sent to the US. .44 caliber version was made also. Have not seen one in a while. I believe the extractors were the weak link. A buddy had some made, but has sold them all.

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They were great. Adjustable drop on the stock and very well made. I had one in .357 and only got rid of it when they said a .41Mag was in the works. It never happened.

Saw some on GB recently and almost scooped up a pair in .357 and .44.


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I bought mine new while they were still imported & it's pretty much been a safe queen. It's a light weight carbine that handles quite well. Eventually, I'm going to get it threaded for a 9mm suppressor. It should make a good host for 38 Special loads.

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