Changes to the standard Timberwolf start from the core and are profound, virtually making the PGWDTI Timberwolf Tactical a new rifle rather than a variant. The receiver is built from heavy-gauge stainless steel. The bolt has three large lugs, double plunger ejectors, a hook-type extractor, a fluted bolt carrier, and an oversized bolt handle with a large knob. The PGWDTI Timberwolf Tactical has no iron sights, but the receiver is topped with a titanium MIL-STD-1913 rail. The trigger is modified Remington 700 fully adjustable trigger, and there is a three-position safety. The stainless steel barrel is camouflaged-finished, heavy, of match-quality, and is a full 26 inches long and titanium monoblock-bedded.
The muzzle is tipped with a six-baffle muzzle brake, which may be easily removed and replaced with a PGW-designed titanium sound suppressor. The stock used is a McMillan A5 synthetic stock with
titanium reinforcement and an integral laser spot marker mount. The butt is adjustable for length, and also has a saddle-type adjustable cheekpiece. The Timberwolf Tactical Rifle is equipped with a Harris bipod, adjustable for height and cant. The Timberwolf Tactical has already proven itself to be a rugged, powerful, accurate rifle, and has also established a reputation for continuing to function with proper accuracy and smoothness even when quite dirty.