The Model 20 is a semi-automatic rifle that was made by Rickard Firearms & Defense. It was RF&D's first clean-sheet design after RF&D made its switch from military-spec firearms to weapons made for the civilian market, and was essentially seen as the lower-caliber version of the Rickard Model 10. Its design was based on the Remington Model 8 and the Winchester Model 1907, both semi-automatic, magazine-fed firearms. It was discontinued in 1988 in favor of the Rickard Model 50.

Model 20

The Rickard Model 20 chambered in .30 Carbine with a 20-round magazine attached.


  • Barrel is 21 inches long.
  • Chambered for various cartridges, including .30 Carbine and .223 Remington, and is fed via a 5, 10, or 20-round magazines.
  • Designed in 1953, produced from 1957 to 1988.
  • Effective range is around 300 meters.
  • Rate of fire: Semi-automatic.
  • Weighs 8.2 pounds.
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