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This military-style all-metal rifle gives the shooter a “centerfire” feel even though it is chambered in 22 LR.

ISSC-Austria Introduces MK22 Modern Sporting Rifle

December 7, 2010

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(GunReports.com) – ISSC-Austria, exclusive importer and distributor of the M22 range pistol, proudly announces the introduction of the ISSC Modern Sporting Rifle MK22 22 LR.

This military-style all-metal rifle gives the shooter a “centerfire” feel even though it is chambered in 22 LR.

The MK22 includes a variable and folding open sight, a Picatinny-style quad-rail for mounting of sights, lights or gripping accessories, and a folding and collapsible stock with an adjustable cheekpiece.

The MK22 will also come in a version that will meet specs where certain states require fixed, non-folding stocks.

Weighing just over 7 pounds, the MK22 has an overall length of 35.16 inches when stock is fully extended to 33.7 inches when collapsed. The overall height of the MK22 with sight is 11.7 inches. The overall width is 2.8 inches.

Round capacity ranges from 10-shot to 22-shot depending upon area laws. MSRP for the new ISSC MSR MK22 is $569.95. Available end of December 2011.

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