Let’s go a bit more into detail with one of the “Country Rifles” made by Rainier Arms for the IWA 2016 exhibition in Germany.
We’ve published a few pictures before, but we now have more and better quality images to display. It would be a waste to just let them sit on a hard drive instead of sharing this great work of art.
By popular demand TFB presents the United States of America – rifle by Rainier Arms
More information about the hand guard can be found here. I’m pretty sure the design will keep the CNC machines busy for a long time ahead.
Rainier Arms specialize in AR15 rifles, parts and accessories with a focus on top-of-the-line, premium rifles.
All pictures taken by CHummerz. Let the eye-candy begin.
The United States of American, balancing on a MagPod.
Rainier Arms logotype on the bolt carrier. Note the stripes along the top of the picatinny.
The silver finish on the beginning of the hand guard resembles to a turbine or a jet engine.
Stop for a second and take note of all the details, a real piece of art.
Premium parts for demanding individuals looking for unique firearms.
By the looks of it, that is a Rainier Arms Avalanche Charging Handle NiB 5.56-Tac Latch.
The grip is Magpul MOE+.
Below: It would almost be a shame to put the first shot through that compensator!
The compensator seems to be a Xtreme Tactical Compensator, Rainier Arms XTC 2.0.
In the unlikely event that your Aimpoint goes black, the Rainier Arms Back Up Iron Sights blends in nicely until needed. (see both above and below)
Custom paint by Blowndeadline. They offer more than 100 colors, or custom mixes of Ceracote.
Below: Fortis short angled grip. This would not be my personal choice for a grip, but the design is nice.
All the Cerakote artwork was done by Michael from Blowndeadline Custom.
They only use Cerakote H-Series firearm coatings. All their patterns and stencils are created in-house with vinyl to create clean lines. If you want a one of a kind firearm this is the way to go.
Rainier Arms states that “if we won’t use it, we won’t sell it.”
A statement which seems easy to live up having seen this and other rifles.
I do like that Fortis mount holding the Aimpoint Micro, and the typical reflection in the Aimpoint always makes for a nice photo.
The Country Rifles collection, left to right, top to bottom:
Great Britain, Italy, Germany, USA, Switzerland, Sweden, France and Austria.
(No, the rifles are not to scale to each other.)
Yes, we will be doing “The Tour of Europe” with each rifle.
For the previous parts of Rainier Arms Country Rifles check here: