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Our friend, and National Sales Manager, Jeff Spalding, unveiled Caracal’s new firearm offerings at SHOT Show this year after an evaluation of the company’s products and an important merger. The two main firearms that survived this evaluation and were deemed viable for the US market are the CP Series Pistol and the CS 308 Precision Rifle.


Last year, Jeff came out to the range and allowed ADAPT staff to try out the “OG” Caracal pistol – the C series. We had a blast shooting that smooth handgun with almost zero perceptible recoil. We’re hoping we can convince Jeff to come back and bring these two new kids on the Caracal block sometime soon.




Caracal CS 308 Precision Rifle



Caracal’s entry into the high end precision rifle market, the CS 308 is manufactured from aerospace grade aluminum, available in .308, 338 or 50 caliber and features very light recoil with almost zero muzzle rise due to the muzzle break manufactured specifically for this rifle.  Some of the cooler features are the adjustable, spring-loaded comb on the butt stock and customizable rake adjustment, length of pull and weight of the second stage of the trigger. This is a very adaptable firearm for any shooter with guaranteed sub-MOA accuracy. (Sub-MOA means accuracy exceeding one “minute of angle” or 1/60th of 1 degree; i.e. a 10 inch grouping at 1,000 yards.)


Caracal CP Series Pistol


The second generation of the caracal pistol, the 9 mm CP series is available in a full size 18-round capacity, a compact 15-round capacity, or a subcompact 13-round capacity. The frame, ergonomics, light recoil and trigger were left pretty much the same but there are several new features built in to this pistol based on consumer feedback from the American market. Deeper serrations on the one-piece slide to allow better grip for manipulations and interchangeability options for the sights are a few of these new features.

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