It is always nice to see products made in the USA, not just packaged here. So when the chance emerged to take a tour of Tactical Solutions’ manufacturing facility here in Boise, Idaho, of course, I was all in.
Tactical Solutions aka Tac Sol is a serious player in the rimfire arena. If you have ever gone looking for parts to make your 10/22 or Buckmark not suck, odds are you know who they are.
I bought my first Tac Sol 10/22 barrel years before I ever moved next door to them, both to cut weight and suppress my rifle. One of Tactical Solutions hottest products, for rifles and pistols, is a fluted aluminum barrel with a steel sleeve. The aluminum provides rigidity without much weight, while the steel sleeve offers the same long life as any other barrel.
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That isn’t all they make, though. From full rifles built on their famous X-Ring receiver to parts to make your .22 look like a space gun, they do it all. And they build all of it right here. in America with American materials and American workers.
You won’t find glassy-eyed burger flippers running quarter million dollar CNC machines. The employees at Tac Sol do their job with purpose and passion. And the results speak for themselves. We all know how well Chinese gun parts work. Belay that. Those of us that have had to buy parts twice know how well Chinese parts work.
If you have a rimfire of any description, Tac Sol is worth checking out. They might even have a solution to a problem you didn’t know you had. A more perfect way to approach rimfire shooting.
For more information visit TacticalSol.com.
Tactical Solutions makes some great products. I have one of their steel lined aluminum barrels for my Browning Buckmark target pistol, including a lightweight aluminum compensator. I use the pistol for competitive speed shooting events. I recently bought the Kestrel AR-22 pistol and it is really cool. It’s very nicely made, but for a $995 gun it should have a better trigger. It has a generic trigger such as would be found on a $500 AR-15 rifle. The trigger pull is stiff, gritty and breaks at 5 or 6 pounds. I ordered a Timney Calvin Elite trigger assembly with 1.5 lb. pull for the pistol. That should make it just about perfect.