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Rhineland arms will no longer be making any products for sale including kits or rifles. I really wanted an R22 but I guess its the best thing I did not buy it for I would have an orphan if I needed parts.
 

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They are doing R&D now. Im guessing they have contracted out to a larger firm to help design things.
 

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No not really. It was like a Mini 4 and only liked certain mags. It did not like sub sonic ammo either.
 

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R22 vs 10/22

Have had 10/22s out the kazoo. Readily modifiable and accessible, just need the jack mack. With Volquzen and etc aftr mark stuff u kan make a real Hot Dog. R22 is sexy and heavy as meant for cheap training with realistic weight for carry strain. Too bad they ran out of $$$? may be so. Still with a little effort the R22 will walk the talk and get up and bark. Still happen to have both.
 

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Auf Englische Bitte! Dude spend more time on your posts, and this is such an old thread just like the barret one, over a year now.
 
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