The SRV2 Siberian is a semi-automatic utility rifle from Black Creek’s SRV2 series. This rifle was designed to be an ergonomic, modular and reliable multi-use rifle for the ranch, range or backcountry. The action uses a forward captured dual spring system with a two piece short-stroke piston system. The Siberian can be used for extended field carry, so emphasis was put into reducing weight and ensuring the stock could be folded, making it substantially shorter than buffer-tube based semi-auto rifles. The result is a sleek, compact firearm that feels good both in the shoulder and when slung.
User controls are similar to the AR15 including an ambidextrous bolt release and safety lever. The Siberian charges from the left side with a non-recipricating charging handle and feeds from AR15 magazines. Stocks can be mounted directly to a universal 1913 rear pic rail or to an adapter, giving the rifle unlimited stock options. The SRV2 Siberian is available in 223 Wylde, 300 Blackout and 7.62X39 and in multiple barrel and rail lengths.
The Siberian uses steel reinforcements in the rail to ensure that the rail and receiver stay true when the rail is torqued into place. The QD points on the Siberian are also reinforced with steel ensuring no premature wear.
The SRV2 uses a milspec trigger guard so that it can be removed or folded back during cold weather or when thick gloves are required. User controls are generally milspec giving the rifle a familiar fit and function. An ambidextrous safety and right side bolt release provide both left and right handed shooters with control options.
The SRV2 Siberian uses the universal picatinny (1913) mounting system for stocks, making it compatible with any stocks designed for 1913 mounting systems. The SRV2 Siberian ships with a folding Zhukov stock and adapter plate.