Timber Wolf C14

Timber Wolf C14

Caliber(s): .338 Lapua Magnum (8.6x70mm), also .408 Cheytac
Operation: bolt action
Barrel: 660 mm / 26"
Weight: 7.1 kg / 15.6 lbs
Length: ~1200 mm / ~ 47"
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box magazine
The Timberwolf rifle was developed by Canadian company Prairie Gun Works, now PGW Defence Technologies Ltd. In 2005, a modified version of the Timberwolf rifle, chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum ammunition, was adopted by Canadian Armed Forces as C14 MRSWS (Medium Range Snipers Weapon System), to fill the gap between 7.62x51 sniper and .50MBG / 12.7x99 anti-materiel / long range sniper rifles. PGW Timberwolf rifle is also available as a commercial long range hunting / target rifle. In .338 LM version, maximum effective range for C14 is listed as 1 500 meters.
C14 Timberwolf sniper rifle is a manually operated bolt action rifle. It uses rotary bolt with dual front locking lugs and additional locking lug at the rear of the bolt. Receiver is manufactured from stainless steel and bedded into the polymer stock made by McMillan (McMillan A-5 adjustable stock in C14 version). The trigger is fuly adjustable. Feed is from detachable box magazines, containing 5 rounds each. Heavy, free-floating barrel is partially fluted and equipped with muzzle brake. Rifle also can accept proprietary silencer, made by PGW. There are no iron sights by default; instead, rifle is fitted with integral Picatinny type rail on the receiver. Two additional short accessory rails are provided above the forend.

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5 years 16 weeks ago, 6:05 AM

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Hey Snake

I have some pictures of these rifles from Prairie Gun Works. Very nice looking rifles they make. Have seen a couple of they rifles in the hands of US Marine sniper too.

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