Crickett® YOUTH Synthetic and Hydro-Dipped Rifles


5.00 out of 5

Crickett® synthetic stock rifles are the staple of the youth shooting experience.  From Plinkers to Hunters, Olympians to Special Forces, Americans all across the country have gotten their start with our rifles.

Crickett® Rifles are NOT available for purchase on our website. To purchase a Crickett® Rifle, please check with your local dealer, or use our dealer locator under the customer service tab to find one near you!

Crickett® Rifles

  • Caliber:
    • .22 Short, Long or Long Rifle standard or high velocity.
    • 22 WMR
  • Action: Manually cocking single-shot bolt action
  • Trigger Pull: 2 1/2 – 3lbs. (approx.)
  • Safety: Rebounding firing pin automatically blocked to prevent accidental discharge.
  • Length Of Pull: 11.5″
  • Sights: Adjustable Rear Peep sight, Fixed front sight
    • Drilled and Tapped to accept Crickett® scope mounts
  • Barrel Length: 16.125″
  • Overall Length: 30″
  • StockSynthetic with Hydro dipped options
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
  • Lifetime Warranty

Generation 2 Model Rifle Includes:

  • EZ Load Feed Ramp (except 22 MAG models)
  • Swivel Stud Screws

The Generation 1 Model Rifle Does NOT Include “EZ LOAD FEED RAMP or INSTALLED SWIVEL STUDS IN THE RIFLE STOCK”  MSRP for basic synthetic Gen 1 model is $169 

Note: Most big box retailers and some dealers carry this basic synthetic model that is the original Crickett design that comes in 4-colors (Please see FAQ for more details)


Blued, Stainless Steel




Amendment, Black, Desert Tan, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades, Mossy Oak Pink Blaze, Muddy Girl, Grand Union, Pink, Muddy Girl Serenity, Blue, Purple, Mossy Oak Overwatch, US Woodlands M81 Camo

2 reviews for Crickett® YOUTH Synthetic and Hydro-Dipped Rifles

  1. Jeff M
    5 out of 5


    Got the 22 for my daughter and with in half hour she was hitting the target at 50yds with cricket scope. She now keeps asking when are we going to the range. The rifle is great first-time shooters easy to load and shoot.

  2. Chuck R
    5 out of 5


    Got one of these for my youngest many years ago. Now use it with grandchildren. Use it my self when a scope isn’t required. Minute of tin can past 75 yards.

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