The Ruger American Ranch Rifle is a versatile and compact firearm designed for a wide range of shooting applications. With its durable construction, .223/5.56 chambering, reliable performance and user-friendly features, this rifle is a favorite among hunters, sport shooters and outdoor enthusiasts.
Compact and Lightweight: The American Ranch Rifle features a compact and lightweight design, making it highly maneuverable in tight spaces and easy to carry during extended hunting trips or hiking expeditions. Its 36" overall length allows for quick and easy handling.
Bolt-Action Reliability: This rifle utilizes a bolt-action mechanism, known for its exceptional reliability and inherent accuracy. The smooth and precise bolt operation ensures reliable feeding and ejection, enhancing the overall shooting experience. The bolt also locks securely into the receiver, promoting consistent accuracy shot after shot.
Threaded Barrel: The American Ranch Rifle comes with a 16.12" threaded barrel, which allows for the attachment of various muzzle devices such as suppressors or compensators. This feature provides versatility and customization options to suit individual preferences and shooting needs.
Adjustable Marksman Trigger: Ruger's Marksman Adjustable Trigger system is integrated into the American Ranch Rifle, offering a crisp and consistent trigger pull. The trigger can be adjusted within a wide range of pull weights, allowing shooters to tailor it to their preference for improved accuracy and shot control.
Free-Floating Barrel: The rifle features a free-floating barrel design, where the barrel is not in contact with the stock except at the receiver. This design element helps enhance accuracy by minimizing barrel harmonics caused by stock pressure, resulting in consistent shot placement.
Power Bedding System: The American Ranch Rifle incorporates Ruger's innovative Power Bedding System, which ensures proper alignment and stability of the action within the stock. This system enhances accuracy and increases consistency, even in rugged shooting conditions.
While the American Ranch Rifle is similar to the American Rifle, it does differ in significant ways. After all, the American Ranch Rifle is specifically designed for compactness, ease of handling, and versatility in hunting and outdoor scenarios.
Here are a few key differences:
Compact Design: The American Ranch Rifle has a shorter barrel length and overall length.
Threaded Barrel: The American Ranch Rifle comes with a threaded barrel.
Stock Design: The American Ranch Rifle features a synthetic stock with a Flat Dark Earth finish.
In short, the American Ranch Rifle is a purpose-built firearm that offers the compactness, durability and versatility required for hunting and outdoor pursuits. With its .223/5.56 chambering, reliable bolt-action operation, threaded barrel and user-friendly features, this rifle is a trusted companion for those seeking a reliable and accurate firearm in a compact package.
Elevate your shooting experience with the Ruger American Ranch Rifle and embark on your next adventure with confidence.
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