The TLP-22 by Tactical Solutions offers a lightweight barrel and frame for increased accuracy while shooting. (Photo: Tactical Solutions)
Idaho based Tactical Solutions announced the addition of a new pistol, the TLP-22, and a new rifle, TSAR-223, slated to hit dealer shelves in 2017.
Best known for rimfire firearms, conversations, suppressors and accessories, Tactical Solutions is dipping a toe in the waters of complete pistols with the new TLP-22.
At its core, the TLP-22 features an accurate, light-weight Trail-Lite barrel. The frame is made from billet aluminum, decreasing overall weight as well. The combination of the accurate, lightweight barrel balanced with a lightweight body aims to give shooters precision on the range.
The TSAR .223 is the longer sibling to Tactical Solution’s SBR, the TSAR-300. (Photo: Tactical Solutions)
In addition to the TLP-22, the company is also offering consumers a new rifle chambered in .223. The TSAR-223 features much of the same technology as its sibling theshort-barreled TSAR-300, but without the ATF tax stamp.
Engineered with a permanently affixed shroud on a 12 inch barrel brings the overall length to 16.1 inches — just barely clearing the ATF’s 16 inch length requirement. The TSAR-223 can also be paired with a suppressor that fits inside the outer shroud and mounts onto the threaded barrel. The suppressor does need that $200 ATF tax stamp, though.
Both products will be available to consumers on Jan. 9.
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