The Model 30 is a bolt-action rifle that is made by Rickard Firearms & Defense. It is RF&D's first bolt-action weapon, and is the longest-running product currently manufactured by RF&D. Several variants have been made from the original Model 30, including the Model 40, a semi-automatic counterpart that was released in 1966, a rimfire variant known as the Model 322 that was released in 1974, a "Scout Rifle" variant of the Model 30 known as the Model 30S, and a higher-caliber variant known as the "Wildcat" was released in 2002. This weapon is designed specifically for civilian use. It competes against the Accurafire Foxhound, the Falcon 7.62x39mm (formerly), the FAC LHR, and the NS Arms Moon Hunter.
M113 Hawkeye

The Model 30 in wood furniture and magazine removed. This version uses the .308 Winchester cartridge.

Model 30S

The Model 30S, a "Scout Rifle" variant of the Model 30. Has a Trijicon TR21 scope on it and doesn't have a magazine inserted. And yes, that side rail was discovered by Sh0ckwave.

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  • Barrel is 25 inches long.
  • Chambered for various cartridges, including .35 Whelen, .270 Winchester, .308 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, and .300 WSM, and is fed via a 5-round magazine. The Model 30S has the same caliber offerings and also uses the same magazine, but a 10-round magazine is also available.
  • Designed in 1957, produced since 1960. The Scout variant entered production in 2001.
  • Effective range is around 750 meters.
  • Price is around $700 to $1,000.
  • Rate of fire: Bruh, you can't be Sanic.
  • Weighs 8.2 pounds (unloaded), 9.4 pounds (loaded) - this is for the original variant.