Pennsylvania-primarily based Keystone Arms is headed to industry with the initial in a line of downsized classics with their Mini Mosin .22 rifle.
The KSA 91/30 appears like a venerable Soviet Mosin-Nagant Model 91/30, the staple of the Red Army all through Planet War II. Having said that, as an alternative of the shoulder-bruising 7.62x54R chambering and 29-inch barrel, Keystone’s Mini will be a single-shot .22LR rimfire with a a lot more youth-accommodating 20-inch barrel. Similarly, as an alternative of arctic birch, the U.S-produced gun will function a walnut stock.
“This ‘Mini-Mosin’ is the great size for your small ‘Comrade,’” stated Keystone on social media final Friday. The firm, greatest-recognized for their Crickett and Chipmunk series of single-shot rifles and pistols, went on to clarify even smaller sized Mosins — such as the M38 — are nevertheless “a complete-size rifle in a significant caliber that a youth will have an unpleasant knowledge with.”
No word on MSRP but but you can count on the firm to have the prototype guns on show at the NRA’s Annual Meetings in Indianapolis later this month. If so, Guns.com will be on hand to sniff out a lot more data, so keep tuned.