New From CORE

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posted on January 23, 2015
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CORE Rifle Systems of Ocala, Florida, debuted their new Hardcore System X line of premium high performance precision rifles at the 2015 SHOT Show. Built to the same exacting standards as its current line of rifles, the Hardcore System X will be offered in four feature-packed models.CORE Rifle Systems' X line will premiere at SHOT Show 2015, see these new offerings at Booth #2331.

Under close leadership and design, we wanted to offer a premium rifle at an affordable price. With an all billet platform, we feel this rifle will rival other competitors at an aggressive MSRP. "Along with our first entries into the affordable MSR marketplace, we're raising the bar on both performance and design," stated David Welch, National Sales Manager of CORE Rifle Systems. "The new visual look of our Hardcore line was created specifically around both the precision and competition shooter". In addition to the Hardcore System X launch, CORE Rifle Systems has also launched a premium AR Pistol line. The "Roscoe" will be offered in 2 calibers including .223/5.56 and 300BLK. These will be featured with the ever popular Sig TAC Stabilizing brace or without.

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