Tell me about your PWS T3 Summit rifles

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Tell me about your PWS T3 Summit rifles

Post by J.D. » 27 Oct 2018, 3:38 pm

Hi Guys,

Just saw a PWS T3 Summit rifle for sale and thinking about it but have seen mixed reviews from the US and have just read the post about them a while ago on this forum so just want to see how they are going now.

Thanks & I appreciate your help.

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Re: Tell me about your PWS T3 Summit rifles

Post by Crankycant » 31 Oct 2018, 8:50 pm

I can't remember if Ozzy reviews done one or not it may have been the styer 22. From what I've heard from a few blokes out here at the range is that they had to replace the barrel with a match barrel. OEM barrel OK accuracy for hunting but not shooting groups. Other than that the action cycled pretty flawlessly from what I have observed.
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Re: Tell me about your PWS T3 Summit rifles

Post by J.D. » 01 Nov 2018, 10:39 am

Thanks Mate,

I did see the ozzy review but it was done some time ago so was hoping someone could give me an up to date on how their rifles are going now.
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Re: Tell me about your PWS T3 Summit rifles

Post by Slant225 » 18 Nov 2018, 7:12 pm

PWS got out of rimfire rifles and have sold the concept to Volquartsen who have released it under their own name. I spoke to the owner of Volquartsen and they have sorted out the niggling problems etc and they use their barrels with a few options now. Volquartsen are promising sub MOA performance out of the new rifles. I was gonna buy one for my wife as she thought a lighter rifle might be better for rimfire metallic silhouette. In the end we didn't go down that path. I just added some weight to the stock of her synthetic LA101 and it helped the weight distribution. She found it too barrel heavy.
A couple of fellas use them at my club and think they're pretty good. I've had a shot and they are good fun and well balanced. The action makes them quick too.
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