Now in Coyote and OD Green

by Vern Evans

Springfield Armory just announced it latest update to the popular Model 2020 Rimfire Target line of bolt-action rimfires. The line now comes with options in OD Green and Coyote, each with black webbing, giving shooters more options with these field-ready sporters.

The Model 2020 Rimfire bolt-action comes in two primary options: the synthetic-stocked Target Model and the wood-stocked Classic Model. The Target features a reinforced polymer stock modeled after the popular Model 2020 Waypoint. Meanwhile, the Classic comes with four grades of Turkish walnut with a satin finish. The two new colors for the Target variant complement the original Black and Sage with black webbing offerings. Each comes priced at $499.

“The Model 2020 Rimfire family features the appeal of a well0made rimfire rifle, said Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing, Springfield Armory. “With these new color variants in the Rimfrie line, shooters have even more options for a high-quality .22 LR bolt-action rifle.”

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On July 24, 2023, Ballistic reported:

Springfield Armory continues its ascent into the bolt-action rifle market, announcing today the release of a full line of rimfire sporters. The Springfield Armory Model 2020 Rimfire comes in both wood-stocked and synthetic variants, offering a bolt-action rimfire for plinking, competition, hunting and general shooting.

Springfield Armory Model 2020 Rimfire Details

The Model 2020 Rimfire launches initially in two primary versions: wood-stocked Classic Model and the synthetic-stocked Target model. The Classic offers in four grades of Turkish walnut with a satin finish. Meanwhile, the Target utilizes a reinforced polymer stock modeled after the successful Model 2020 Waypoint.

“The appeal of a well-made rimfire rifle speaks to practically every shooting enthusiast,” says Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing for Springfield Armory. “The new bolt-action Model 2020 Rimfire line chambered in .22 LR provides just that, with a wide selection of models offering something for every shooter — from suppressor-ready Target Models to Classic Models with beautiful walnut stocks.”

Featuring premium Turkish Walnut, the Classic model comes in four grades of wood; Select Satin, Grade A, Grade AA and Grade AAA. Each grade of wood offer classic style and craftsmanship, according to Springfield. The Target model’s stock comes in either black or sage with black webbing finishes, featuring a target-style configuration.

Rifle Build Details

Each rifle style sports dual, standard sling swivels, providing twin interface points for slings. A shaped rubber recoil pad and 13.45-inch length of pull provide easy handling.

Inside the action, dual cocking cams and a hard chrome bolt cycle smoothly, according to Springfield. A 60-degree bolt throw enhances speed and ease of use. A Picatinny rail provides a surface for mounting optics, while the threaded bolt handle also enables customization.

Each rifle also utilizes the company’s .22-caliber rotary magazine. Built from polymer, the magazines holds 10 rounds overall. Better still, it’s cross compatible with a Ruger 10/22-pattern magazine, opening up an entire cottage industry of mag choices.

The barrel measures 20 inches long and is free-floated along its full length. Threaded to accept suppressors and/or muzzle brakes, the barrel features a sporter contour. A Model 700-pattern, adjustable trigger, optimized for the .22 action, comes factory set at 4.5 pounds.

The Springfield Armory Model 2020 Rimfire comes guaranteed to shoot 1-inch or less, in a three-shot group at 50 yards with match-grade factory ammo. Retail prices range from the Black Target model at $434, up to the Grade AAA Classic at $1,099. For more info, visit

Springfield Armory Model 2020 Rimfire Models

  • Classic, Select | MSRP: $529
  • Classic, Grade A | MSRP: $690
  • Target, Black | MSRP: $434
  • Target, Sage | MSRP: $499
  • Classic, Grade AA | MSRP: $839
  • Classic, Grade AAA | MSRP: $1,099

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