Photo Of The Day: Decorated and Cerakoted by Blowndeadline, we have a Volquartsen .22LR with some hush-hush from Rugged Suppressors. The paint scheme is inspired by a WWII Bomber, then laser engraved and filled. I would love to take this gun to the next Steel Challenge, well perhaps without the suppressor so that the timers can record anything (ask me how I know).
Black Mamba, from Volquartsen Firearms:
The Black Mamba combines features from our Scorpion 22 LR Target Pistol along with the push button takedown functionality of the Ruger MK IV platform.
It all starts with our LLV Competition Upper. Available in a 4.5” or 6” barrel length, it features a stainless steel barrel (with stainless steel breech) housed in an aluminum shroud. This design provides match grade accuracy in a lightweight package. Integral Picatinny rail on top and bottom is standard. Three colors to choose from: black, FDE, and OD green. Each Black Mamba features a threaded muzzle with our single-port comp installed.
Our Competition Bolt with DLC Coating is ensures smooth operation and functioning whether its a day of plinking at the range or competing at the highest level.
The Black Mamba build utilizes a polymer Ruger MK IV 22/45 frame that has been retrofitted with our Accurizing Kit providing a crisp, clean 2.25 lb trigger pull. The frame has also been fitted with our magazine release that, when used in conjunction with our magazine base pads (included standard), eliminates feeding issues. This is accomplished by raising the magazine’s position in the frame, allowing the bolt to more positively engage each round as it feeds.
If you want to know why there is a washer in the pictures, read this: Heckler & Koch SP5 dazzled up with some flowers.
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