Keystone Sporting Arms Crickett Youth .22LR Bolt Action Rifle, Black/Green - KSA2231
Combining accuracy, safety and effortless operation
User-friendly loading feed ramp
Designed ergonomically for optimal shooter comfort and fit
Automatically engaging safety before and after each shot
Peep sights with customizable adjustments and the choice of v-groove configurations
The unloading process mimics the action of lowering a revolver's hammer
The inclusion of a manual cocking knob introduces an additional step, intentionally decelerating the process
The YSP designation signifies a trigger pull of 5 lb or greater for enhanced safety
Manufactured in the United States
The Crickett and Chipmunk brands represent the epitome of safety within the realm of rim fire options. For beginners, the manual cocking knob introduces an additional step, intentionally slowing down the process for heightened safety. Unloading our single-shot mechanism mirrors the procedure of gently lowering an external hammer on a revolver. Our platforms are engineered for ergonomic comfort, featuring length of pull spacer kits that adapt as the shooter's experience advances. Just like full-sized rifles, you'll encounter comparable options, including adjustable peep sights and the availability of v-groove and fiber optic selections. The Y.S.P or "Youth Safe Trigger Pull," signifies a trigger pull of 5 lb or more, thoughtfully designed to ensure safety for young shooting sports enthusiasts. It's no surprise that our offering has earned the esteemed distinction of being the industry's top choice for introducing new shooters to the field.
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.