Earlier this year I had miraculously drawn a non-resident late-season Arizona Bull Elk tag, so I used the tag as justification for a new rifle purchase. After considerable internet research I opted for a Nosler TGR which I purchased directly from the Nosler Pro Shop. The Federal Firearms transfer was easily accomplished through a local shop, and within 10 days of my online purchase I took possession of the rifle. I won't go into details of the ceramic coating on the metal or the stock (those interested can easily go to the Nosler site), but I was and remain very pleased with the rifles aesthetics. Anyway, Nosler provided barrel break-in procedures which I followed to the letter, and I ended up with a rifle that easily meets my accuracy requirements with a 3x9 Swarovski mounted on it. And not to go into details I bagged a 5x6 bull with a 330 yard downhill shot that I knew I could make due to the confidence I had and have in the TGR. Its just a very nice rifle with a crisp Timney trigger set to 3.1 lbs, and the rifle is a reasonable weight (not too light or too heavy).
About three weeks ago I received a phone call from Nosler and was told that they had put the TGR on sale shortly after I bought mine. As such they said they would refund $100.00 to me in either cash or ammo. I opted for the ammo and within days I received three boxes of Nosler 140 grain Accubond custom ammo. Nice, very nice.
So I'm very pleased...Excellent product, excellent business. Seems I don't say that very often these days. Based on my experience I would recommend that anyone looking to purchase a new rifle at least consider and research Nosler's TGR.