Rock River Arms looked to make a gun specifically for 3-Gun events, which are rapidly growing in popularity. They arrived at the RRA LAR-15 R3 Competition Rifle, which features a new RRA Tro-XL free float handguard, Tro-Top Rail Octagonal, RRA Two Stage Trigger and Hogue Grip. The RRA LAR-15 R3 comes with a choice of an RRA Operator A2 stock or a CAR stock. It also features a cryo treated 18-inch fluted stainless steel barrel with RRA's directionally tuned and ported muzzle brake. The RRA LAR-15 R3 has a weight of 7.6 pounds and an MSRP of $1,310.For more information on the RRA LAR-15 R3 and other products, visitRockRiverArms.comor watch the video below.
RRA LAR-15 R3 Competition Rifle
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