JP 5.11 Rifles, Rimfire JPs, New Finishes, Products & a Free Hat to Boot

JP Rifles Custom Lasermarks Work
JP Rifles Custom Lasermarks Work
JP Rifles
JP Rifles

Hugo, MN –-( Somehow, it doesn't feel like the year can really start until the craziness of SHOT Show and its aftermath are well behind us.

Now that we're back into the swing of things, we at JP are able to dive into all the new projects for 2014, a few of which we'd like to tell you about here.

First, our big reveal from this year's SHOT Show was our partnering with 5.11 Tactical to release a unique series of rifles called the Always Be Ready Edition. Made up of a JP-15, an SCR-11 (with optional add-on alternate caliber uppers) and an LRP-07, these jointly designed models match up nicely to a number of duty and sport applications and make for an eye-catching showing with custom 5.11 lasermarks and 5.11 Storm Grey Cerakote.

That last bit also makes for a perfect segue into some other newsworthy items. First, we've made the switch over to offering custom color Cerakote on all our rifle models and added the popular Burnt Bronze to our standard available options. On top of that, we're also now offering custom lasermark upgrades on rifle orders. We have several popular designs to choose from (with more on the way), and if you're looking at a multi-rifle purchase for a department, military unit or club, we'd be glad to work with you on personalized art.

Finally, we'd be remiss not to mention our new JP-22R rimfire complete rifles and uppers that are now available for immediate delivery. Switching over to a new proprietary bolt design, we're pleased to now offer any of our small-frame models (JP-15, CTR-02, SCR-11 and PSC-11) in .22 LR with JP quality through and through. Great for recreation and even better as a training/practice platform, you can read more about the JP-22R here.

JP Rifles JP-22R
JP Rifles JP-22R

So, those're some of the big projects we have dropping. As always, check out some of our newer components below, and give our Tech Tip a read-through as one of our engineers clears up a common confusion when it comes to ARs. Finally, through the end of March, use coupon code 09EM1402 at checkout and get a free JP hat with any order.

For more information on JP Enterprises and their new Ready Rifle program, visit their website at www.jprifles.comand keep up to date on the newest JP developments at and!/JPRifles.

  • One thought on “JP 5.11 Rifles, Rimfire JPs, New Finishes, Products & a Free Hat to Boot

    1. I would like to commend you on getting the suppressor law passed in Minnesota. I am a civilian hunter and target shooter that really is in need of a suppressor so I my hearing does not get any worse. I am 58 years old and have hunted since I was 14. I have hunted ducks, pheasants, small game and big game, mostly deer. I also shoot at the range on a regular basis both pistols and rifles. I have a 338 Lapua that would be really nice to put a suppressor on it as well as a number of pistols. I also have a couple of deer rifles that it would be nice to have them on. I just sent an email to the representative that helped get the new suppressor law passed asking him to keep me advised of any changes as to when the civilian population can purchase suppressors. I would ask you to do the same. I also am contemplating getting an FFL license. I do not know the extent of what an FFL holder has to do to be able to get suppressors to sell to government, military or other FFL holders but I welcome any information that you could send my way.
      I just want the tools to help me and other people in my situation to be available to purchase if that would further prevent any more hearing loss. I do believe that the majority of my hearing problems were from deer hunting since you do not wear hearing protection because you need to hear what is going on around you.
      I look forward to hearing from you about this and anything that could help Minnesota become another state to add to the 39 states that allow suppressors to be purchased.
      Thanks for your contribution to the second amendment and the great sport of hunting and target shooting.
      Jamie Rask

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