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What do you get by upgrading to the Optima from the Wolf? It looked to me like the Wolf had a plastic trigger guard, but I think I remember the Optima in the store as having a metal one.
 

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There is quite a difference between the 2 models..See all of their line here..http://www.cva.com/products/rifle_wolf.htm

Optima Specs

# 6" Barrel w/ Bullet Guiding Muzzle™
# .50 Caliber / 1:28" rifle twist
# Nickel or Blue Finish
# Stainless Steel 209 Breech Plug
# Fiber-Optic Sights
# 8.2 lbs. Total Weight
# Ambidextrous Solid Composite Stock in Mossy Oak, Camo, or Black Finish
# 14.43” Length of Pull
# Cocking Spur Provided
# Interchangeable Barrels Available
# Drilled & Tapped For Scope Mounts
# Lifetime warranty
Wolf Spec's

* 24" Barrel .50 Caliber Only
* Extendable Aluminum Loading Rod
* Stainless Steel Removable 209 Breech Plug
* Fiber Optic Sights
* Available in Camo or Black Stock
* Drilled and Tapped for Scope Mounts
* Ventilated Recoil Pad
* 14.43” Length of Pull
* 7.0 lbs. Total Weight
* Lifetime Warranty

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Thanks for the link! Looks like there is a good bit of difference. What exactly do they mean by "bullet guiding muzzle" on the Optima, and is this something that would be beneficial?
 

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The muzzle part of the bore is designed with no rifling so a projectile can be perfectly aligned before it engages the rifling at loading, just like TC's QLA(Quick Load Accurizer). ;)

Tim
 
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