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    The Future of Semi Auto Rimfire is Here!

    Introducing the Grey Birch Fusion Receiver System.

    We are proud to launch the brand new, patent pending, Grey Birch Fusion Receiver System (FRS). The Fusion system is a big step forward in improving, not only the accuracy, but the consistency of accuracy in semi auto rimfire. The future of semi auto rimfire is here.

    The Fusion Receiver System (FRS) is a cutting edge, proprietary receiver and barrel system to Grey Birch Solutions and will come fully assembled from the factory. Just add your Grey Birch bolt, preferred trigger/stock and your sub MOA build is ready to go!

    The Fusion Receiver System (FRS) will be available in 2 models;

    LDR (Long Distance Ready) Receiver, with Integrated 20 MOA Rail and 16.1" Barrel

    RDR (Red Dot Ready) Receiver, with Red Dot Plate System and 12.5" Barrel

    To purchase and learn more, go here: http://greybirchsolutions.com/ldr-fu...ceiver-system/











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    Awesome, when might the RDR be ready for purchase on your website?
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    Looks wicked !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stomp69 View Post
    Awesome, when might the RDR be ready for purchase on your website?
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    Sales listing will be up within a few days. Thanks!

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    To be clear, these are barreled actions or complete rifles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vultr View Post
    To be clear, these are barreled actions or complete rifles?
    We are launching barrelled actions called the "Fusion Receiver System (FRS)". These are now available for purchase on the website. Details can be found at the link in the original post.

    When we re-launch our rifles in a few weeks time, the FRS will come standard in our rifle offerings.

    Hope that makes sense.

    Thanks for the question.

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    So I was looking at this as I am looking for a new 22. Usually with a barrel nut a barrel swap on a center fire is easy peasy. A headspace gauge and a wrench pretty much covers it.

    I see these are factory swap only.. That definitely takes away from the appeal. Is it just a liability issue or is there something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blygy View Post
    So I was looking at this as I am looking for a new 22. Usually with a barrel nut a barrel swap on a center fire is easy peasy. A headspace gauge and a wrench pretty much covers it.

    I see these are factory swap only.. That definitely takes away from the appeal. Is it just a liability issue or is there something else?
    Hi, thanks for the question. The Fusions are built off the 10/22 platform. There is no manufacturer in existence that makes aftermarket barrels for this system. The system is proprietary at this stage. We may offer some barrel options in the future (full steel, longer lengths etc), at which time we'd likely include a wrench for the swap, but until then, these will be assembled and tested in the factory. Hope that clarifies. Thanks.

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