New: Rock River Arms All-Terrain Hunter

The All-Terrain Hunter is a new mid-length AR-platform hunting rifle

posted on August 29, 2022

Rock River Arms recently introduced the All-Terrain Hunter (ATH), a mid-length rifle that stands out in the AR-style hunting rifle segment.

Designed specifically with hunters in mind, the ATH sports a cryogenically treated, precision 18-inch heavy match barrel (1:8-inch twist) made from stainless steel that mates to a forged A4 upper receiver. Chambered in .223 Wylde, the ATH can accommodate both 5.56 mm NATO and .223 Rem. hunting ammunition and, with included RRA Operator muzzle brake, boasts guaranteed ¾-MOA accuracy at 100 yards.

The co-witnessed, full-length rail system offers plenty of real estate for high-magnification optics and thermal gear for late-night varmint hunting, while the lightweight, 13-inch M-Lok compatible free-float handguard provides mounting options for bipods, slings and lights.

Hunter ergonomics also score high marks with the ATH. A winter trigger guard provides room for the trigger finger even while wearing heavy gloves. More noteworthy is the inclusion of Rock River’s two-stage Ultra Match Varmint trigger. With its light take-up, crisp break and 3.5 to 4.0 pound pull weight, this trigger goes a long way toward minimizing shooter-induced shot disturbance.

The Hogue pistol grip also accommodates gloved hands with its no-slip rubber coating and prominent finger grooves. A six-position RRA Operator CAR buttstock rounds out the lower receiver assembly. The stock also incorporates multiple quick-detach sling mounting points, plus a watertight battery storage compartment.

MSRP for the new Rock River Arms All-Terrain Hunter is $1,425. Learn more at


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