The RF/22 from Radical Firearms

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With everything else going on, you may have missed the Radical Firearms RF/22 – a match-grade long rifle chambered in .22lr.  

Radical Firearms' RF/22

Here’s what you missed. 

The RF/22 was designed with the shooting enthusiast in mind. It’s a sleek, solid, well-designed semi-auto you can use to plink, target-shoot, or bring doom upon the local varmint OPFOR using pretty much any sort of Ruger 10/22 compatible magazine available. 

Some of its features include an integrated Picatinny rail, a precision-machined bolt, and a match-grade barrel. 

Radical Firearms RF/22 Specs

• Precision CNC machined, heat treated 17-4 barrel mounting V-Block attached via pre-torqued hex screws at 20 inch-pounds.

• Match grade 16” six groove, 1:16 R/H twist, .920 diameter 1/2×28 threaded 4140 CMV steel barrel.

• Featuring a sport chamber, with an 11-degree match crown, fitted with an RF 7075-T6 pepper pot muzzle brake. 

• Guaranteed at one minute of angle or better accuracy.

Radical Firearms' RF/22

  • Dual machined internal bolt tracks that eliminate bolt canting and binding, ensuring a precise receiver to bolt fit. 
  • Precision CNC machined 17-4 stainless steel bolt featuring a round 17-4 stainless firing pin. 
  • Equipped with a round 17-4 stainless charging handle, accepts standard and aftermarket Ruger 10/22 recoil springs and charging handles.
  • Accepts standard and aftermarket Ruger 10/22 magazines.
  • CNC machined hard anodized 6065 billet aluminum receiver.
  • Integrated Picatinny rail. 
  • Factory Ruger™ 10/22* BX-Trigger™ releases clean and crisp at 2.5 to 3.0 pounds.

Radical Firearms' RF/22

MSRP: $649.99

Learn more about it online at Radical Firearms’ Website. 

Radical Firearms AUSA
If you happen to be at the AUSA meeting this week, visit Radical Firearms at Booth #3707.

 

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