With an internal and external Cerakote finish, the Wraith Competition Rifle is a highly tuned and accurized long-stroke piston driven rifle with 20" barrel. Intended for precision competition use or as a Designated Marksman Rifle, the PWS Wraith is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding shooter. The PWS Wraith features a 15” handguard housing a free-floated barrel and a Geissele® SDE® trigger for a high degree of accuracy and control.
The Wraith Competition Rifle ships optics-ready. Additional stock and trigger options are available on request. Contact the PWS Custom Shop for more information.
PWS Cerakoted Upper and Lower Receiver
Geissele SDE® Trigger
MAGPUL® STR® Stock
20” Free-Floated Barrel
BCM GUNFIGHTER™ Charging Handle
PWS Isonite QPQ-Treated Barrel
Primary Weapons Systems, Inc (PWS) is a Federally-licensed firearms manufacturer located in Boise, Idaho. PWS is the designer and manufacturer of the MK1 and MK2 series rifles and uppers in addition to a complete line of flash suppressing compensators such as the FSC556, SM556, FSC30, and more. PWS develops items based on real world requirements with the goal of redefining accuracy and performance in the piston-driven platforms.
All parts manufactured by PWS are done so on state of the art CNC Machines such as Okuma Multus B300 lathes, HAAS VF-4 mills and more. Any components that are not produced by PWS are purchased from only the best manufacturers to ensure the highest quality products are delivered to the end user.
Our CNC machines are programmed and operated by true craftsmen who are also shooters. It is this combination that enables us to provide our clients with the highest quality products that are not only aesthetically appealing, but also very functional
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