Springfield Armory has just announced the Model 2020 Rimfire, adding .22 LR to the available chambering options of the bolt-action rifle series.
Springfield Armory is continuing to expand its Model 2020 bolt-action rifle series, this time with the announcement of the Model 2020 Rimfire line. Chambered for .22 LR, the new rifles are currently being offered in six different configurations including two synthetic-stocked Target models and four wood-stocked Classic models.
The Model 2020 Rimfire features a chromed bolt, dual cocking cams and a 60-degree bolt throw to ensure the action is smooth and easy to use. The rifles feature 20-inch, free-floated barrels, and the models that sport synthetic furniture are given threaded muzzles as well. Other noteworthy details include the rifles’ 10-round Ruger 10/22-pattern magazines, dual sling swivels and rubber recoil pads, although the 13.45-inch length of pull is nonadjustable. The 2020 Rimfire also comes standard with an adjustable trigger, but it can be replaced with any Remington 700-pattern trigger.
Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing for Springfield Armory, said this about the new rifles:
The appeal of a well-made rimfire rifle speaks to practically every shooting enthusiast … The new bolt-action Model 2020 Rimfire line chambered in .22 LR provides just that, with a wide selection of models offering something for every shooter — from suppressor-ready Target Models to Classic Models with beautiful walnut stocks.
The synthetic-stocked models can be had in either black or sage, with MSRPs of $434 and $499, respectively. The wood-stocked models are offered in four different grades of Turkish walnut with a satin finish, and MSRPs range from $529 to $1,099.
For more information, please visit springfield-armory.com.
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