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Ruger Precision Rifle

2017-04-07 12_38_57-Ruger® Ruger Precision Rifle® _ Bolt-Action Rifle Models

Frankly, we can go on and on about this rifle, listing all its specs, recycling all the awesome reviews, but we won’t. That’s already been done by Ruger, where you can get detailed spec sheets on any of the 4 calibers:

The first and only thing you really need to know about this rifle is that it is AWESOME! This “sniper-class” marksman rifle is designed to hit the tiny spot in the middle of your targets.  When get these in our store, they don’t stay with us for long enough to enjoy its presence.  Everyone that plays with this nearly perfectly designed rifle wants to adopt it, and usually, someone does.  We usually get them with the folding bi-pod and the hybrid muzzle-brake.

Want to see what other people think about it?  Shooters LOVE it so much there are thousands of videos about this rifle already!  Here’s a quick link to look at some YouTube videos about the Ruger Precision Rifle:

Want to see other reviews and comparisons from other firearms authorities?
Scout.com | Rifle Shooter Magazine | American Rifleman | Guns.com | Precision Rifle Blog | Guns and Ammo | Gun Digest | Hunting Gear Guy | RealGunReviews.com | RealGuns.com | AR15.com

Okay, here’s some stats:  Reversible Safety Selector; 10-round mag, adjustable trigger pull from 2.25# to 5#; multi-mag interface; hybrid muzzle-brake; 4140 cold forged chrome-moly barrel, upper receiver, and bolt; smooth full-diameter three lug bolt that has a 70 degree throw with dual locking cams; in-line recoil path;  available in 5.56 NATO, .223 Remmington, .308 Winchester, and 6mm Creedmoor; bolt assembly tool stores in the bolt shroud with a one-button access; Ruger’s MSRP is $1599

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