Thompson/Center Arms adds to T/CR22 line with camo variations

01/18/19 9:30 AM | by

The Realtree Edge, top, and Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, bottom, patterns liven up the T/CR22. (Photo: Thompson/Center Arms)

Thompson/Center Arms expands its lineup of T/CR22 rifles adding new camo patterns in Realtree and Mossy Oak.

Chambered in .22LR, T/CR22 will come in Realtree Edge or Mossy Oak Break-Up Country. The rifle comes with a green fiber optic front sight with adjustable rear peep sight. The T/CR22 boasts an integrated Picatinny style rail by which users can mount optics, in addition to a threaded muzzle for suppressors or other muzzle accessories. The T/CR22 tops its design off with a rugged yet lightweight Magpul co-branded composite stock.

“The T/CR22 rifle is perfectly suited for a fun day at the range or an afternoon of small game hunting, and we’re excited to add two popular new camouflage patterns to the line, giving our customers more finish options,” Danielle Sanville, Brand Manager of Thompson/Center Arms, said in a news release.

The T/CR22, decked out in Realtree Edge or Mossy Oak Break-Up, works with aftermarket 10/22 accessories and ships with a one 1-round detachable rotary magazine. The T/CR22 features a price tag of $419.

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