Thompson/Center Arms Adds New Camouflage Patterns to T/CR22 Rifles

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posted on January 17, 2019
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Thompson/Center Arms announced that it has expanded its line of recently released T/CR22 rifles to include new camouflage finishes from Realtree and Mossy Oak brands. Ideal for hunters, plinkers and first-time shooters alike, the new T/CR22 rifle integrates a variety of high-end features into an innovative rimfire package—now available in Realtree EDGE (bottom mage) and Mossy Oak Break-Up Country (top image). 

The new T/CR22 rifles include a green fiber-optic front sight and adjustable rear peep sight for quick target acquisition, while the built-in Picatinny-style rail allows for the mounting of an optic for precision shooting at longer ranges. The rifle features a light, crisp trigger pull, button-rifled barrel, and a threaded muzzle that allows for the use of a suppressor or other muzzle device. The T/CR22 rifle is compatible with most aftermarket 10/22 accessories, and its modular design features a rugged, lightweight Magpul co-branded composite stock.

Chambered in .22LR, the new T/CR22 rifles ship with one 10-round detachable rotary magazine, includes Thompson/Center’s limited lifetime warranty. MSRP is $419.

For more, visit TCArms.com.

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