The Beryl M22 semiautomatic-only rifle is a civilian-legal clone of the mod.96 Beryl assault rifle. It is a reliable, accurate, enduring and robustly built rifle, resistant to environmental challenges.
Sights are open, u-notch type, fitted with integrated tritium-lit night sights, enabling accurate fire both during the day and after dark. For enhanced handling a new, ergonomic pistol grip and optional front grip (fixed to the handguard or detachable using the integrated RIS interface were fitted.
The upper and lower handguard integrated with picatinny rails (MIL Std 1913 compatible) enable mounting of the different optoelectronic sights.
|Muzzle velocity||V0 = 1148 ft./s (350 m/s)|
|Muzzle energy||E0 = 315 j|
|Efective range||164 yd. (150 m)|
|Magazine capacity||20 rnd.|
|Trigger mechanism||Single action with internal hammer|
|Mechanical safety||Blocking hammer, breachblock and trigger|
|Method of operation||Blowbeck operational|
|Sighting radius||19.5” (496 mm)|
|Berrel length||18” (457 mm)|
|Number of lands in the bore||8|
|Length with stock retracted||~36” (910 mm)|
|Length with stock extended||~38.5” (980 mm)|
|Weight of empty weapon||7.7 lbs. (3500 g)|