Introducing the Ruger American Predator Rifle, a highly capable and versatile firearm designed for precision shooting and hunting applications. Built on the foundation of the popular Ruger American Rifle, the American Predator offers several key enhancements that set it apart from its standard counterpart. With its exceptional accuracy, rugged construction, and customizable features, the Ruger American Predator is an ideal choice for shooters who demand performance and reliability in the field.
Key features of the Ruger American Predator:
Enhanced Accuracy: The Ruger American Predator is designed for exceptional accuracy. It features a 22" heavy-contour, cold hammer-forged barrel that is free-floating, which minimizes barrel-to-stock contact and eliminates potential accuracy-affecting harmonics. This results in improved shot-to-shot consistency and enhanced precision, making it an excellent choice for long-range shooting and hunting.
Threaded Barrel: The American Predator comes with a threaded barrel, allowing for the attachment of muzzle devices such as suppressors or muzzle brakes. This feature provides shooters with the flexibility to customize their rifle according to their preferences, reducing recoil and muzzle rise for more comfortable and controlled shooting.
Ergonomic Stock: The rifle features a lightweight Moss Green synthetic stock with ergonomic design elements. The stock is designed to provide a comfortable and secure grip, facilitating better control and handling. Additionally, the stock includes textured gripping surfaces, ensuring a positive grip even in adverse weather conditions.
Detachable Box Magazine: The Ruger American Predator features a 4-round detachable rotary magazine, allowing for quick and easy reloading. The flush-fitting magazine provides ample rounds for both target shooting and hunting purposes.
Picatinny Rail: The rifle comes with a factory-installed full-length Picatinny rail on the receiver, allowing for easy attachment of optics and accessories. Shooters can mount a wide range of scopes, red dot sights and other accessories to enhance their shooting experience and precision.
Tang Safety: The Ruger American Predator incorporates a tang-mounted safety for convenient and intuitive operation. The tang safety allows for quick engagement and disengagement, enhancing safety during handling and transport.
The Ruger American Predator is built on the foundation of the popular Ruger American rifle, but it differs in several significant ways:
Barrel Profile: The American Predator features a heavier contour barrel compared to the standard Ruger American Rifle.
Threaded Barrel: The American Predator comes with a threaded barrel.
Stock Color: The Ruger American Predator is equipped with a moss green synthetic stock.
In short, the Ruger American Predator offers enhanced accuracy, customizable features and a rugged design that makes it a preferred choice for precision shooting and hunting. Whether you're a seasoned shooter or a hunting enthusiast, you will find the Ruger American Predator is built to deliver.
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