AVERAGE WEIGHT: 7.3 lbs
R1 A.R.G.O. System
The reliability of the R1’s Auto Regulating Gas Operated (A.R.G.O.) system has been proven in the M1014 military shotgun and has been adapted for centerfire rifle cartridges with a three-lugged rotary bolt. The rifle’s gas cylinder is positioned just in front of the chamber allowing for short operating rods and reduced recoiling mass.
Drilled & Tapped Receiver with Picatinny Rail
All R1 receivers are drilled and tapped for scope mounting and come equipped with a Picatinny rail.
Quick-detachable magazine holds three to four rounds, depending on caliber.
R1 Rotary Bolt
Chamber pressure is contained by the massive, three-lug rotary locking head, which locks into the steel barrel extension.
ComforTech® Gel Recoil Pad and Comb Insert
ComforTech® guns come standard with the 14-3/8" L.O.P. Gel Recoil Pad, and the Standard Gel Comb Insert.
ComforTech® Shim Kit
You can customize the models with the ComforTech® buttstock to your personal requirements using a shim kit that adjusts both drop and cast. Also fits newer Montefeltro and Legacy models.
Usually only found on custom-made rifles the R1's barrel is cryogenically frozen to -300° F which changes the steel at the molecular level. The result, better barrel harmonics providing superior accuracy.
Firearms must be sold and transferred in accordance with all existing FEDERAL, STATE, and MUNICIPALITY regulations.
Firearms can be picked up in person at Reed's Sporting Goods at our Walker, Minnesota location. Or we can ship a firearm to a FEDERAL FIREARMS LICENSEE (FFL Dealer), within the United States, to handle the ownership transfer.
If you require us to ship your firearm, you must do the following :
- Before you place the order with us, you must locate a local FFL to handle the transfer of the firearm.
- Indicate the name, address, and phone number of the FFL in the "Customer Comments" section when checking out.
- Fax a copy of the FFL to 218-547-3162
When you fax your FFL to us, make sure you indicate your name and address and order confirmation number with the FFL. When all of the above requirements has been completed and we have received the hard copy of your FFL, we will process your order and send the firearm to your FFL for transfer. NO EXCEPTIONS! Once your dealer of choice receives your firearm, he will transfer the firearm to you following all the federal, state and local procedures. The dealer will usually charge a small fee to handle the paper work. If you have any further questions concerning this process, please call Reed's at 800-346-0019 and ask for the Gun Department Manager.
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