NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Precision Rifle

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posted on November 24, 2015

Ruger designed its Precision Rifle as a price-friendly alternative to most long-range precision rifles on the market, which can typically run $3,000 or more. And the company delivered, in more ways than one. Kelly Young, Associate Editor of our sister publication, American Rifleman, had the opportunity to discuss the Precision Rifle in the latest episode of "NRA Gun of the Week." You can get the full rundown in the video embedded above.

Technical Specifications:

Model: Precision Rifle 
Action: bolt-action, repeating center-fire rifle 
Chambering: 6.5 mm Creedmoor 
Magazine: 10-round-capacity, detachable box 
Receiver: CNC-machined, 4140 chrome/molybdenum alloy steel (upper), hard-coat anodized 7075-T6 aluminum (lower) 
Barrel: 24”, 5-groove, 1:8” RH twist 
Sights: none 
Trigger: single-stage, adjustable; 2-lb., 7-oz., 
Pull Length: 42” to 45.5” 
Weight: 10 lbs., 9 ozs. 
Accessories: owner’s manual, extra magazine, section of Picatinny rail (for bipod), gun lock 
MSRP: $1,399

For more information, go to AmericanRifleman.org.

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