Thompson/Center Grows T/CR22 Line with Truetimber Camo Pattern Option
By Chris Eger
The new Truetimber stock brings the number of standard variants of the T/CR22 to at least six since the rimfire semi-auto was introduced. (Photo: T/C)
Thompson Center continues to expand their T/CR22 rimfire rifle series by adding an option that comes factory standard with a Truetimber Strata camouflage pattern stock.
The newest T/CR22 sports the camo lightweight Magpul composite stock with a built-in Picatinny-style rail. Also standard are a green fiber optic front sight with an adjustable rear peep and a 17-inch button-rifled barrel with a threaded muzzle ready for the use of a suppressor or other muzzle device right out of the box.
The new stock choice brings the number of standard variants of the T/CR22 to at least six. T/C debuted the rifle last May, pitched to plinkers and those new to shooting. The company soon followed up with camo stock options geared to hunters and performance models while lifting the curtain on a traditional hardwood and Magpul composite FDE stock options earlier this year.
Compatible with most aftermarket 10/22 accessories, the modular design on the T/CR22 boasts an oversized bolt handle for easier manipulation and crisp trigger pull.
MSRP is $419, but we generally beat that here at Guns.com. For more information on the line as a whole, check out the below.
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