COOPER M57M TRP3
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKING ‼! L & M ENTERPRISES USA LLC can offer you the renowned Cooper TRP3 Target Rifle, stocked in your choice of Cousineau laminate wood stocks as shown in the accompanying images of laminate samples. In the past, we have ordered groups of Cooper’s TRP3 target rifles in a variety of the laminate stocks so that you could see the finished product in terms of colors and in terms of accuracy (the factory test target). Each of the rifles featured one of the multi-colored laminate Cousineau wood stocks and each of the rifles was essentially a “one-only” opportunity.
The ordered rifles have almost sold out. We have three left, one each of the Americana, Confetti and Bumble Bee laminate stocks. They are shown elsewhere on our website. If one of them trips your trigger, speak now to own it at a discount from CY2018 retail list prices. If you prefer a different color combination for your TRP3, we would be glad to order it for you. Note that the CY2019 prices will be effective 1 Jan 19.
[ NOTE: float your cursor over any of the images to see the name of the laminate pattern in the image, whether the wood sample images or the actual TRP3 rifle images.]
Now, here is the rest of the story: Among riflemen who compete to create the smallest target group with the .22 Long rifle cartridge, Cooper’s TRP3 enjoys a reputation for repeatable accuracy and consistent performance. This tradition for accuracy and performance is the TRP legacy that began when the first TRP was introduced in the early 1990s. The examples in our current inventory feature laminate, multi-colored patterns manufactured by Cousineau laminate woods with names like Americana, Patriot, Blue Angel, etc. The stocks are dressed with a black rubber butt pad, straight comb, slightly oversized grip and a flared forearm with flat underside for solid stability. The stock’s finish seals the laminate and enhances the colors. Additional features include: a single shot bolt action with a fully adjustable trigger group, threaded to a stainless steel, full dimension barrel with bead blasted finish and a crowned muzzle. Fully adjustable trigger factory set to a pull weight of 1.5 pounds. Matte finished stainless steel barrel at 25 inches length and 7/8 inch diameter, at the muzzle. Overall rifle length of 43 inches, with a 13.5 inch length of pull. Weight of approximately 9 pounds 3 ounces with bolt in, and approximately 9 pounds 6 ounces with representative rings and bases but no scope. These wonderful Cooper TRP3s are new-in-box and fresh from the factory. A tack driving .22LR for the competitor or shooting enthusiast who enjoys the exceptional!!
We have delivered many of these Cooper TRP3 to shooting enthusiasts, including a customer in California who sent us a message about his Cooper. Here is his reaction to the rifle’s performance: “Mike, I clear coated and buffed the stock, polished the barrel. Just got back from the range and my face hurts from smiling much. This rifle is out shooting my $3500 Anschutz rifle. Thanks for the great rifle. Pete” Take a look at the two images of Pete’s targets. Clearly, Pete knows how to shoot, and he knows how to choose quality rifles. By the way, the laminate stock on Pete’s rifle is the Apple Jack laminate featuring red and grey coloring. Beautiful to see and beautiful to shoot ‼
Another of our customers, a marksman from Indiana, recently wrote us about his Cooper TRPs, sporting one of the Yellow Jacket laminates. An excerpt from his message follows: "Mike, finally got my TRP dialed in and ready for competition. The Jard trigger and Harrell tuner helped, but getting a few hundred rounds down the barrel was the answer. This thing is crazy. I have 2 custom CZ's and 4 Anschutz's. Was looking for the next step when I was thrown ahead 10 paces by the cooper. It will shoot with the 2013 square receiver Anschutz and custom Stiller actions all day long. Thanks for a great rifle. I included a couple pics of a target today. The sighter bull has a 5 shot grouping. This was with SK Standard Plus ammo. Ray" Ray's two photos show a tight 5 shot group for the sighter bull (hardly the diameter of a spent .22LR case) and a standard NRA target sheet with 10 bulls. Great rifle! Great marksman!
Shouldn't you own and shoot a Cooper TRP3?