Fierce Firearms Carbon Rival .22 Creedmoor Bolt Action Rifle, Urban Camo - FCR22CM22TU
Explore the exceptional qualities of the Fierce FCR22CM22TU Carbon Rival 22 rifle
Experience the versatility and precision of the .22 Cal with the carbon rival 22
Benefit from a lightweight and robust carbon fiber construction for enhanced performance
The rifle boasts a 22 inches performance barrel optimized for accuracy and velocity
The Tungsten finish adds a touch of elegance and style to the Carbon Rival 22
Enjoy a smooth and reliable bolt action mechanism for swift and accurate shots
The ergonomic design ensures comfortable shooting sessions during extended use
Discover customizable options to tailor the Carbon Rival 22 to your preferences
This rifle excels in both target shooting and plinking applications
The Carbon Rival 22 showcases precision-engineering for consistent accuracy
Experience efficient recoil management for better control and follow-up shots
Count on the Carbon Rival 22 for reliable performance in every shooting scenario
The Tungsten finish not only adds style but also a unique visual appeal
Crafted with meticulous attention, the carbon rival 22 exemplifies expert craftsmanship
The carbon fiber build ensures lightweight maneuverability without sacrificing strength
Discover the fierce FCR22CM22TU carbon rival .22 rifle, elevate your shooting precision. With advanced carbon technology and craftsmanship, this rifle sets a new standard for accuracy. Unleash your marksmanship potential with the fierce FCR22CM22TU carbon rival .22 rifle, perfect for both enthusiasts and hunters seeking top tier performance.
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.