PTR Industries SCCR

PTR Industries SCCR

PTR Industries announces its new PTR South Carolina Commemorative Rifle (PTR SCCR). Chambered in .308/7.62 NATO, it features a nickel color finish, 18" bull barrel, scope mount, removable flash hider, and black furniture. "We The People" and "Shall Not Be Infringed" are engraved on the barrel and an outline of South Carolina, with a palmetto tree and crescent moon grace the receiver. For further information go to www.ptr91.com.

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