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New for 2022: Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine

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Rock River Arms introduced its new Assurance Carbine, an AR-pattern rifle originally designed for multiple government agency programs and various law enforcement groups.

The RRA Assurance Carbine takes a proven design and modifies the functionality to meet the needs of the consumer. It is built around precision-made-and-assembled upper and lower receiver assemblies. Chambered in 5.56 NATO, the Assurance is equipped with a premium 16-inch chrome moly barrel to promise outstanding accuracy and extended barrel life in an easy-to-clean platform. Rock River Arms equipped the Assurance with its popular 2-stage trigger to enhance shooter control and increase accuracy potential.

The company also added a redesigned, free-float, quad-rail handguard to the Assurance Carbine—a feature many law enforcement and government agencies requested, among other key components of this rifle’s design. The handguard has full-length Picatinny rails at the 12-, 3- and 9-o’clock positions and a nine-slot rail along the bottom. The new quad rail is constructed of 6061-T6 anodized aluminum, providing users with a functional, compact, lightweight and ergonomic design built for reliable duty.

AR-15, Rock River Arms, Assurance Carbine, MSR, 5.56 NATO, New for 2022

The Assurance Carbine includes a carbine-length gas system, a gas block with a receiver-height rail and a sling mount, a Hogue overmolded pistol grip, Rock River Arms’ six-position buttstock with sling mount, one 30-round polymer magazine, a hard case and it is supported by a lifetime warranty.

Rock River Assurance Carbine 16-inch (5.56 NATO)

  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO
  • Rock River Arms two-stage trigger
  • 16-inch, chrome-moly barrel
  • Forged Rock River Arms lower receiver
  • Forged A4 flattop upper receiver
  • Redesigned quad-rail handguard
  • Hogue pistol grip
  • Rock River Arms six-position Operator stock
  • A2 flash hider; ½x28 thread
  • Gas block with receiver-height rail
  • 30-round magazine
  • Article by SHOOTING ILLUSTRATED STAFF

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