Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle

Hrachya H
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Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle (3)

Austrian arms manufacturer Voere has introduced a new rimfire bolt action rifle called K15A. The rifle is quite compact to the level that some of the parts such as the trigger guard and the bolt handle (that barely can be made smaller) look oversized. Let’s see what features this rifle has.

Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle (2)

The Voere K15A rifle is chambered in .22LR and feeds from 5-round detachable box magazines made of polymer. The magazine release lever is located in front of the magazine. The stock of this rifle is made of glass reinforced polymer. All action parts are CNC machined out of steel. This is a cock-on-open rifle with a 60-degree bolt throw. There is also an 11-mm scope rail on top of the receiver.

Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle (3)

The K15A rifle has a Freeland rail in the bottom portion of the forearm as well as a QD sling swivel socket near the recoil pad. The stock also has a built-in mechanism allowing quick adjustments of the length of pull. The cheek rest height is also adjustable. The rifle has a manual safety that just like in the case of other Voere rifles has its own cutout in the stock, behind the bolt handle cutout.

Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle (2)

This Voere rifle comes with a 500mm (about 20″) carbon fiber wrapped barrel with a muzzle thread pitch of 1/2-20. The overall length of the rifle is one meter (39.4″) and it weighs 1.5 kilograms (3 lbs 5 oz).

Voere K15A Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle (1)

You can see most of the above-described features and the way different parts and mechanisms of the rifle work in the video embedded below.

It is also possible to order the rifle with a Freeland to UIT rail adapter, biathlon sling as well as an integrally suppressed barrel. The rifle is available only in FDE stock color.

Voere K15A rifle with an integrally suppressed barrel

The MSRP of the basic version of this rifle is €599 which is roughly equal to $700. To my knowledge, the company does not have a US distributor yet.

Images from www.voere.com

Hrachya H
Hrachya H

Managing Editor Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying the history and design of guns and ammunition. Should you need to contact him, feel free to shoot him a message at Hrachya@TheFirearmBlog.com

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  • Handydan Handydan on Jun 29, 2018

    How can they put all the time and effort into making such a rifle and then hang such an ugly magazine on it. Make it a rotary and you have something.

    • Iksnilol Iksnilol on Jun 29, 2018

      @handydan Rotaries are less space efficent and weigh more.

  • HenryV HenryV on Jun 30, 2018

    They need to put out a version with skeleton stock.