Adler has announced the launch of its RF-224 semi-auto rimfire rifle in the U.S. market, exhibiting a modern setup that sets it apart within the Turkish manufacturing landscape. The company, which impacted the market previously with a classic wood-stocked sporter version of this rifle, is showcasing its innovation by being the sole creator of this particular design among Turkish gun makers.
The newly introduced RF224TAC model features a rugged aluminum receiver and forend with built-in attachment slots. Prospective owners can customize the rifle to their preferences, thanks to its adaptability. The rifle is made available in a selection of finishes, including camouflage, flat dark earth (FDE), and a standard black, which provides a range of choices for personal aesthetics or operational needs.
Practicality and comfort seem to be at the forefront of this model’s design, with an adjustable stock that accommodates various shooter statures and shooting styles. Additionally, the RF224TAC is equipped with a Picatinny rail, offering ample space for mounting optics and/or flip-up sights for those who prefer traditional aiming methods or seek backup sighting options.
Adler’s U.S. presence is facilitated through Henderson, Nevada-based AKDAL Arms, an Adler subsidiary. This ensures a streamlined channel for American gun enthusiasts to access the RF224TAC model.
- Magazine Capacity: 10+1 rounds
- Caliber: .22LR
- Barrel Length: 17-inch
- Overall Length (OAL): 35.5-inch
As firearm enthusiasts gather for SHOT Show 2024, the introduction of Adler’s RF-224 is likely to capture the attention of rimfire rifle aficionados, offering a blend of traditional shooting sports and the modern tactical approach.
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