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The MDT LSS-RF Rimfire Chassis is based on the popular LSS Chassis system for rimfire rifles. The LSS-RF also fits 17 HMR or 22 WMR versions.read more
If you were going to buy a Ruger Precision Rimfire that was either .17 HMR or .22 Magnum which would you choose? The .17 HMR gets the nod in accuracy and trajectory while the .22 magnum packs a bit more energy on the target.read more
I was quite excited to see a 1911 .22 conversion listed on the Ed Brown website. Unfortunately upon reading the description I quickly learned Ed Brown is simply offering the TacSol .22 conversion. Ed Brown produces some fantastic 1911 handguns so I still take this as an endorsement of the Tactical Solution .22 1911 Conversion.read more
DRAKE A17/A22 Match Competition Long Range Tactical Rifle – The host rifle is a Savage A17 or A22 that is dropped into a custom fitted Drake A17/A22 Monolithic rifle chassis. This chassis has the ability to switch between a traditional AR style pistol grip and a more traditional rifle stock design, making this chassis option restrictive state complaint.
Additional design features include MAGPUL® M LOK attachment points; a varying selection of colors in both Cerakote and Mil Spec anodization, improved magazine tolerances over factory stocks and a night vision hood interface channel. Complete drop in compatibility requires no modification to factory barreled action.
Additionally, Drake has designed a 16” heavy barreled variant, further increasing the performance of the hard hitting .17 HMR cartridge.
Running a gauntlet ranging from young shooters to Combat Experienced Military Snipers, the DRAKE A17 / A22 TACTICAL COMPETITION CHASSIS RIFLE has proven to be a well accepted and truly enjoyable rifle to shoot.
The Savage ’A Series has proven itself for reliability and accuracy. Now shooters have an even more effective option with the A22 Pro Varmint. The rifle’s Boyds Pro Varmint rifle stock provides superior ergonomics and a light weight, extremely stable platform for the fluted heavy barrel. A one-piece Picatinny rail and user-adjustable AccuTrigger allow shooters to tailor the rifle to their exact needs, and the 10-round rotary magazine offers fast cycling. The straight-blowback action ensures safe and consistent cycling.read more
The Ruger 10/22 Tactical 21144 not to be confused with earlier version of the 10/22 tactical is Rugers attempt at offering a rifle that looks like an AR-22 but is a 10/22 at heart. That should equate to accurate and reliable but time will tell. From an appearance perspective I go from thinking it’s butt ugly to thinking it’s cool and I want one. It’s also interesting to note the rifle as it appears on the Ruger website does not look exactly like the model that’s for sale despite the same part number. In this case I trust Brownells picture that I have used for this post.read more
When working on our other websites I often communicate with manufacturers. Towards the end of a conversation I will almost always inquire about something .22 related whether a new rifle barrel or something else rimfire related. The response is usually along the lines we have some ideas or plans in the works but we are swamped with AR manufacturing. Now the market is saturated and companies are looking for new hardware to deliver to the shooting masses. I knew it would be just a matter of time before we would see a factory bolt action chassis rifle from someone. What I didn’t expect was Ruger to be first with their Precision Rimfire chambered in .22lr. I don’t need to rehash what’s know about the rifle, that can be read below. I will say I think the gun is a bit homely but form must follow function. Of course I bet it won’t belong before MDT or Indian Creek offer aftermarket chassis for this gun. If Ruger nailed it in the accuracy dept this $500 rifle can turn out to be quite a success and maybe the start of a trend from other manufacturers. Time will tell. I have two final thoughts. How long until the Ruger Precision Rimfire is available on other calibers like .17HMR and .22 magnum and will Ruger make a chassis version of the 10/22? What are your thoughts? Enter them in the comment area at the bottom of the page.read more
The Brownells BRN-22™ Receiver is ready to be the foundation of your custom rimfire rifle build – at price never before seen on a target receiver. Even better, the BRN-22 is fully compatible with the ever-popular Ruger® 10/22®, so you can choose from the vast array of barrels, stocks, triggers, and other custom components for the 10/22® platform.
Each BRN-22™ receiver is precision-machined from 6061 aluminum billet to exacting tolerances. Why machined instead of forged, like most commercial receivers? All you need to do is look inside at the smooth, clean interior to realize that a machined receiver can be held to much tighter tolerances for a precise fit with other parts. After machining, BRN-22™ receivers get a tough matte black Type 2 hardcoat anodized finish (similar to the finishes found on many AR-15 receivers) that blends with most barrel and 10/22® trigger module finishes.read more
Palmetto State Armory is proud to announce a dedicated .22 LR Upper for you AR-15! Barrel: 4150V Chrome Moly steel. Chambered in .22 LR, with a 1/16 twist. This M4 profile barrel is finished off with a standard carbine length handguard , F-Marked gas sight base, and A2 flash hider. Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is machined to MIL-SPECS and hard coat anodized. These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by a mil-spec manufacturer. BCG: Dedicated .22 LR Stainless Steel Bolt Group. Magazine: Uses standard Black Dog Machine AR15 – .22LR Magazines. Magazine NOT Included.read more
Introducing the Advanced Armament HALCYON .22LR suppressor a revolutionary new silencer from AAC. Everything you want from a rimfire silencer and nothing you don’t. Over built without the weight. Indexed shielded Titanium K baffles, modular, 22lr full auto rated, 5.7 rated. Interchangeable rear end cap threads. Go from long to short in seconds and easily disassembled with out any tools required. No smoke, no mirrors, no unfounded claims just best in class period.read more
The Magpul Hunter X-22 Backpacker stock takes the function of the full-size Hunter X-22 Takedown, and pares it down for ease of storage and transportation. Made for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle, the X-22 Backpacker offers a minimalist solution for the hunter or outdoorsman who wants to transport their rifle in an efficient, convenient package without compromising shooting performance.read more
Every so often we receive a message about .22 Magnum AR-15 rifles or .22 magnum AR-15 conversion kits. like always I perform the obligatory research to see if there’s anything new. While there’s often rumors of someone developing a .22 Mag AR or conversion rarely does anything come to market or last if it does. There’s probably a bunch of reasons for this. For starters the value of .22lr AR’s is cheap ammo. Typically for a box of .22 magnum ammo you would expect to pay $10-$15 per box of 50. While not expensive your still flinging quarters down range instead of pennies with .22lr. Another reason is 22 mag is a niche market. There is very little interest from the shooting public.read more