Volquartsen Custom Redesigns LLV Barreled Receiver

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posted on February 24, 2012
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The LLV Barreled Receiver has been completely redesigned for 2012. A great design has been made even better - better balance, more versatile and yes, even better accuracy!

A hard anodized CNC machined billet receiver is the foundation of this lightweight setup. The complete barreled receiver weighs under 15 oz! The receiver and barrel shroud are precision machined as one piece from aluminum alloy. An integral Picatinny Rail is machined into the top of the receiver. It is then fitted with a 6" precision stainless steel barrel that has been machined honed and lapped. The barrel has been contoured to reduce weight without sacrificing accuracy. The barrel features 1/2 × 28 threads on the muzzle end for adding a compensator or suppressor and comes standard with a thread protector.

Target sights are also available as an option.

Volquartsen Custom offers a complete line of rimfire rifles, pistols and accessories. For more information visit www.volquartsen.com.

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