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Rock River Arms to Present New Rifles and Pistols

Rock River Arms to Present New Rifles and Pistols

Rock River Arms is set to showcase several new rifles and pistols at the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis, IN. These new products will be presented alongside Rock River Arms' lineup of LAR-15 and LAR-10 series semi-auto rifles, AR-platform pistols, and 1911 handguns. The event will be held at the Indianapolis Convention Center April 25-28.

Two new centerfire pistol calibers are among Rock River Arms' 2019 offerings. RRA's new RRAGE LAR-15 is now available in a 7-inch barrel pistol configuration with an arm brace. Additionally, Rock River Arms is expanding its pistol lineup to include four new Billet Aluminum pistols with an arm brace. These pistols are designed to use GLOCK style 9mm magazines, and they are available in a 7-inch, 10.5 inch, R9 Competition, or 10.5 CAR A4 options.

Rock River Arms is introducing several models chambered for the .22 LR in 2019, including a Mid A4, Tactical Rifle, NM A4 20” CMP Trainer, and 7-inch AR-platform pistol with an arm brace. These .22 LR firearms offer high-volume/low-cost shooting options and are suited for training or competitive shooting.

In addition to the firearms on-hand, numerous upper receiver assemblies will be available for purchase at the show.

Rock River Arms invites all NRA members to visit booth #3255 to see the full line of Rock River Arms tactical, hunting, and competition firearms.

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