[SHOT 2024] New Gen 4 JR Carbines

TFB Staff
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The world of practical, multi-caliber carbines just got more exciting with the teasing of the fourth generation JR Carbines. Drawing on design cues from the previous generation, this sleek weapon comes with the stellar addition of a tool-free, click-to-release buttstock.

An additional feat to look forward to is compatibility with 9mm Glock magazines at launch. The rifle weighs 7.5 lb with a 17-inch barrel that is available as threaded or non-threaded. Quoted from a company representative, the next generation, like current Gen 3 versions, will firmly stick to a multi-caliber approach, compatible with multiple magazines. Although this feature will not be available instantly from the outset, it is indeed intended to become part of the package.

Though the weapon’s trigger group is still undergoing development, the current design is held by two non-retained pushpins. JR Carbines is contemplating a change to a three-pin design in the near future. However, definite enhancements in the new generation can be seen in the Picatinny rail running the full length of the barrel, perfect for firearm aficionados who love to customize their rifles with attachments.

Set to launch in the second quarter of 2024, JR Carbines is hopeful to mirror the pricing structure of its current third-generation models.

In an ever-evolving market, Just Right Carbines continues to be a front-runner by announcing advanced iterations while ensuring their models stay within an affordable range. With the new Gen 4 JR Carbine, they aim to retain their status in the firearm industry by offering superior performance, versatility, and convenient functionality. The Gen 4 version celebrates the company’s commitment to maintaining quality, caliber compatibility, and innovative design aspects which are hallmarks of JR Carbines. As we gear towards welcoming this new product, its proof lies in practical application which is eagerly awaited by firearm connoisseurs globally.

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