SOLD FOR: $3103
Make: Israeli Military Industries (IMI), imported by Springfield Armory
Model: Timber Wolf
Serial Number: TW14391
Year of Manufacture: 1989-1993
Caliber: .44 Magnum
Action Type: Tubular Magazine Fed Pump-Action Rifle
Barrel Length: 18 1/2″
Sights / Optics: The front sight is a blade with a white aiming reference dovetailed to the front of the barrel. The rear sight is a “U”-notch elevator sight dovetailed to the rear of the barrel, the notch is fine-adjustable for elevation. There is a rail integral to the receiver for mounting optics (none present).
Stock Configuration & Condition: The stocks are two-piece wood with grooved slide handle, straight grip, straight comb, and serrated black rubber buttpad. The buttstock can be removed using a knurled screw on the left-rear of the receiver. The stocks have a few minor marks, but no notable wear or damage. There are no chips or cracks. The LOP measures 13 5/8″ from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttpad. The pad has minor wear. Overall, the stocks are in Fine-Excellent condition.
Type of Finish: Blued
Finish Originality: Original
Bore Condition: The bore is mostly bright and the rifling is sharp. There is no erosion in the bore, but there is a little stubborn copper fouling. In this writer’s opinion, the bore rates 9 out of 10.
Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 96% of its metal finish. The finish is generally strong throughout with the balance in light operational wear and some minor wear on the optic rail. The screw heads are sharp. The markings are clear. Overall, this rifle rates in Fine-Excellent condition.
Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We have not fired this rifle. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None.
Our Assessment: The Timber Wolf is a pump-action carbine produced by Israeli Military Industries from 1989 to 1993. Most were chambered for .38 Special/.357 Magnum with fewer like this one, chambered for .44 Magnum. The rifles were imported by Uzi America, Action Arms, and Springfield Armory. The rifles are handy and quick to operate, making for great little brush guns, so it’s hard to understand why they were produced for such a short period. They are now somewhat collectible, especially the .44 Magnum. This example has minor wear, retaining a great bore and strong mechanics. Whether you’re looking for a trim .44 carbine or looking to add one of these scarce rifles to your collection, take a look at our photos and good luck!
Please forgive any typos, I was educated in California. -Bud