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Thread: NEW! ISSC Raptor Pistol .22LR

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    Red face NEW! ISSC Raptor Pistol .22LR

    [Blue Line Solutions Ltd. is the exclusive Canadian distributor for ISSC Austria]


    Hello Everyone,

    We again, with yet another NEW product for the Canadian shooter. This time, it is the ISSC RAPTOR Pistol, in the beloved .22LR caliber.

    The RAPTOR is a .22 LR rimfire pistol with a 10 round magazine capacity, making it the perfect training pistol at the range. Some features include a single action trigger and a synthetic grip frame, along with a trigger safety, magazine safety, and drop safety (firing pin safety). It also has a limited trigger access lock and a manual safety with a decocking function. The action is recoil-operated blow back system, and it weighs 1.33 lbs.

    The pistol uses a hammer instead of a striker fire style, semi-automatic.
    Optimized aluminum slide ensures that ANY .22 LR ammunition will cycle through the pistol, and in result optimizes proper cycling of the firearm. therefore, there is not need to use HV ammunition
    Extremely light and easy to handle, designed with target shooting in mind.

    For the connoisseur, you might have noticed that the RAPTOR looks similar to another Pistol; The Steyr M-A1 9mm. Long story short, ISSC manufactured the Steyr RFP for them, under license, to imitate and replicate the M-A1 9mm success in 22lr. Therefore it is safe to say, that the ISSC RAPTOR and the Steyr M-A1 9mm are brothers from another mother.

    MSRP $ $469.95

    Available HERE or call your local dealer.

    • Action: Semi Auto, Single Action,
    • Recoil-operated blow back system
    • Finish: Black
    • Barrel: 113mm
    • Sights: Adjustable Rear, Fixed Front
    • Magazine(s): 1-10 Round Magazine
    • Grip: Black Synthetic
    • Weight: 1.33 lbs


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    Two more pictures, with the CAD model.



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    Canadian versions will all have a threaded barrel?
    "Genius begins great works, but labor alone finishes them." Joseph Joubert

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixty9santa View Post
    Canadian versions will all have a threaded barrel?
    Yes, this applies to both the ISSC Omni & Raptor!
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    And how do these function compared to the ISSC M22?
    When it all comes down, the last man standing is going to be standing there in shorts and sneakers [armed] with a '98 Mauser, and all the ninja-looking guys belly up at his feet- with all their cool gear

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    1/2-28 threads?
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    I'll pass, m22 is a nightmare.

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    any reviews on these?

    and what’s the availability of extra mags?
    power corrupts, but absolute power is kinda cool!

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    Just get the victory

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    Given both how terrible the M22 and Mk22 are, I'll pass.

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