By Josh Wayner
Josh reviews the Keystone Sporting Arms Crickett Precision Rifle with its Navy MK-13 rifle inspired look. (Crickett rifles are single shot)
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I remember when I first saw a picture of the new Keystone Sporting Arms Crickett Precision Rifle.
I have always loved the look of the AICS stock and just how damn awesome the Navy MK-13 rifle is in all capacities. I had to do a doubletake when I saw the photo, because the rifle in it was just so… small.
I took a closer look and saw that the subject was in fact a new .22Lr rifle based on Crickett’s single-shot action. Despite the fact that the only similarities the CPR has to a MK-13 are the fact that they are both bolt actions and bullets come out of one end, I decided to get my hands on one and do my best to wring out what accuracy lies in the little gun.
When it finally arrived, I was shocked at just how small this thing is. It somehow looks bigger in the pictures, which is hard to explain, but it is true. The CPR I got came with a 4x …Read the Rest