Rock River Arms, Inc., an industry leader well-known for producing a full line of high-quality AR15-style rifles, components, parts, and accessories introduces the Fred Eichler Series Predator .223 rifle, representing further growth in RRA’s expanding line of high performance hunting firearms.

By SI Staff (RSS)
February 3, 2012


Fred Eichler comments, “I am extremely excited to get this new predator gun out in the field.  Rock River Arms is known for their high-quality rifles and I’m honored to have been selected to have my own series.  After extensive in-the-field development, I am proud to attach my name to such an excellent product.  I look forward to spending more time in the field with my Rock River Arms predator rifle.”    

The Fred Eichler Series rifle was strategically designed to be lightweight for running and gunning.  The 16” mid-length stainless steel barrel has been cryogenically treated to increase the shooters accuracy and aids in cleaning the firearm.  The RRA free-float handguard has a full length Picatinny top rail and 2.5” rails at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock for lights, lasers and bi-pods.  The unique CNC coyote track design adds not only flare but functionality as it helps dissipate heat. The forged A4 upper flattop allows attachments for scopes, night vision and red dot sights.  The rifle equipped with a chromed RRA National Match two-stage trigger with a Parkarized non-reflective surface on the trigger shoe.  Other great features include winter trigger guard which accommodates winter or tactical gloves and an over molded pistol grip.  It also has a low-profile hidden gas block and RRA’s custom muzzle break with directional porting which reduces muzzle lift and recoil.  The Fred Eichler Series rifle is available in either the RRA Operator Stock or RRA 6-position Operator CAR Stock.  The Fred Eichler Predator .223 is available in a two-tone black-tan finish.  Each Fred Eichler Predator .223’s comes with one-twenty round (10 round where restricted by law) magazine, hard case and owners manual.

Fred Eichler Series .223 Predator Rifle Specifications

Caliber:                               .223
Barrel length:                      1:8 twist, 16” mid-length Stainless Steel cryogenically

       treated barrel

Gas Block:                           Low-profile hidden gas block
Trigger:                                Chrome, RRA National Match two-stage trigger

trigger group with Parkerized non-reflective surface on      trigger shoe

Trigger Guard:                     RRA Winter Trigger Guard

Handguard:                        RRA free float w/full-length Picatinny top rail and 2.5”                                                   rails at 3, 6, 9 o’clock position

Pistol Grip:                          Over molded pistol grip

Stock:                                  RRA Six position or RRA Operator stock

Includes:                             one 20-round magazine (where legal), hard case                                                        
                               and owner’s manual

For more information on the complete line of production AR15 style rifles and accessories, contact: Rock River Arms, 1042 Cleveland Rd, Colona, IL  61241  Phone: (309) 792.5780   Fax: (309) 792.5781

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  1. Chopkins says:

    Just baught one today . It is very smooth running weapon , the muzzle break makes for very enjoyable shooting especially for my wife a little ones !

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  2. jeffery whipple says:

    I was wanting to know if the fred eichlor hand guard is for sale seprate from the gun? My brother has a gun on order with you and was just wanting the hand guard from that series. The reason is that he wants a 20″ barrel not the 16″,which he does’t want. But the Hand guard won’t be put on anything but that series. I just wanting to know and hear it for myself if this item could be purchased by itself? my thought to him was that if the manufacture don’t want to supply the customer with what they want then go else where. could you help out in this area? the gun is still in back order for 2 months now. A little help???.

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