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    Cool Fresh Batch of McMillan PGW Rifles

    We just received a fresh shipment of PGW rifles with McMillan stock!

    LINK TO RIFLES

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    PGW Defence Technologies Inc. is a Canadian company that has been around since 1992 and is responisible for making some of the finest rifle systems in the world. Their products are used by militaries and law enforcement across the globe and now they are offereing systems for the everyday shooter as well.

    Additionally, this legendary rifle system has been utilized by countless civilian shooters in competition, hunting and recreational shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanstallsOnline View Post
    We just received a fresh shipment of PGW rifles with McMillan stock!

    LINK TO RIFLES

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    PGW Defence Technologies Inc. is a Canadian company that has been around since 1992 and is responisible for making some of the finest rifle systems in the world. Their products are used by militaries and law enforcement across the globe and now they are offereing systems for the everyday shooter as well.

    Additionally, this legendary rifle system has been utilized by countless civilian shooters in competition, hunting and recreational shooting.
    Canadain Military had serious issues with the quality control from these guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatfishSteve View Post
    Canadain Military had serious issues with the quality control from these guys
    Interesting you say that. I had heard that too, but hadn’t heard it corroborated until now.
    Serious accuracy issues apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clayton Bigsby View Post
    Interesting you say that. I had heard that too, but hadn’t heard it corroborated until now.
    Serious accuracy issues apparently.
    Yup thats all I can say
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    Quote Originally Posted by CatfishSteve View Post
    Yup thats all I can say
    Well all I can say is I own 2, one in .308 and one in 6.5 by 47, both sub .5 MOA. Just replaced my .308 barrel after 6000 rounds, currently working up load, but early indications are that it will be a tack driver as well. Guess I was lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_juiced_coupe View Post
    That is BS.

    The only issue was that they where using CADEX chassis on their 50 BMGs and the folding stock mechanism kept failing and cadex wouldn’t warranty their product. That is why they no longer use Cadex products on their rifles.
    The C14 (PGW in .338LM) was the one with issues. No Cadex involved.
    Accuracy issues, overpressure resulting in blown up guns and the DOUBLE cost of each rifle left a very bad after taste.

    Not saying it is the case for every gun, mil contracted or civvy, but it happened.
    Perhaps they were caught off guard when asked to produce so many rifles at once and quality dropped ? (Insert Royer boots meme here).
    Some says they used the contract money to buy new eqp and then were left out without cash for mats, where Govt had to inject more for the same paid rifles. But hey, it's Made in Canada, right ?
    Prices including shipping DOES NOT include full insurance. Once package is in carrier's hands, it is not my responsibility anymore.

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    Here is one of the owners 6.5 CM PGW 5 Round group


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    Love that stock for this rifle, much nicer than the folder.

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