For fans of the FN-SCAR battle rifle, the MK22 should look very familiar. Along with the FN-style stock and receiver outline, the MK22 has many of the same features as the rifle that inspired it. The ISSC-Austria Modern Sporting Rifle MK22 Rifle is engineered and precision-built in Austria incorporating the look and feel of a military-style designed rifle with the modern elements of a modern sporting rifle platform.
The receiver is an all-metal construction, with a Picatinny-style rail system on all receiver surfaces. This includes a barrel placement for attaching FN sights. Additionally you can also purchase a unique thread adapter to make this 1/2x20 thread. Enter code (231025) in search bar.
The MK22 has adjustable front and rear rifle sights which can be folded down to make room for a scope. When in the down position, the sights become a three-dot pistol system. The three-dots are not terribly useful on this gun, but an interesting idea nonetheless. The charging handle is part of the patent-pending Universal Charging Adaption System (UCAS), which allows the handle to be moved to three locations on the right or left side of the gun. The hollow grip is fitted with a removable base plate so it can be used for storage.
For those folks who take their .22s seriously, the MK22 is seriously fun to work with!
• Manufacturer: ISSC Austria
• Model: MK22
• Calibre: .22 LR
• Action: Semi-auto
• Barrel Length: 16"
• Overall Length: 36"
• Capacity: 10 + 1
• Sights: Adjustable rifle/3-dot
• Grooves: 6
• Twist 1:16" RH
• Weight: Approx. 6.5 lbs
• Stock: Black synthetic
• Metal Finish: Black matte
Buyer must have a current firearms licence and complete a Police order form available from the "Mail Order Form" link below.
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