Back at the 2017 NRA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, we stopped by the Keystone manufacturing booth to check out the upcoming Model 722 PT rifle that they put together with the help of the guys over at AB*Arms.
The new rifle will feature either a 16.5″ or 20″ barrel chambered in .22lr and capped off with 1/2×28 threads that will accept either a muzzle brake or a suppressor as well as a 7 round detachable magazine. The Keystone Arms 722 PT will live inside of an MOD*X PT chassis machined by AB*Arms out of 6061 T6 aluminum mated to an AB Arms Urban Sniper stock and P*Grip pistol grip.
If you happen to have one of the full-size MOD*X rifles, the 722 PT will be a great rifle for you to work on fundamentals or let your kid partake in the fun that shooting a precision rifle before they are able to handle a full caliber rifle.
Weight on the new rifle is 6 pounds without an optic and rings. Sadly those are not included with the rifle and will need to be added later to the 5.68″ long picaninny rail already on the rifle. The rifle has a rather adjustable length of pull with lengths ranging between 10.5″ to 13.75″ so that the rifle will fit small children or full grown adults.