The Ruger American Rimfire Rifle, chambered for the .17 HMR cartridge, is a versatile and accurate firearm designed for both recreational shooting and small game hunting. This rifle is a fantastic choice for shooters of all skill levels who seek a hard-hitting small-bore rifle at an accessible price point.
Key features of the Ruger American Rimfire:
Reliable Bolt-Action Design: The Ruger American Rimfire features a robust bolt-action design, providing reliable and consistent performance with every shot. The bolt cycles smoothly, ensuring quick and effortless follow-up shots.
Interchangeable Stock Modules: The rifle incorporates Ruger's modular stock system, allowing users to easily change the stock modules to achieve a customized comb height. The rifle ships with two standard length-of-pull stock modules and other options are available from Ruger.
Adjustable Trigger: The Ruger American Rimfire comes equipped with an adjustable trigger, allowing users to fine-tune the trigger pull weight to their liking. This enhances accuracy and shot control, as shooters can achieve a crisp and consistent trigger break.
Detachable Rotary Magazine: The rifle utilizes a detachable rotary magazine that is easy to load and provides reliable feeding of ammunition. The rotary design minimizes the risk of jams or feeding issues, ensuring smooth operation during shooting sessions.
Cold Hammer-Forged Barrel: The Ruger American Rimfire is outfitted with a 22" free-floated cold hammer-forged barrel, known for its exceptional accuracy and durability. This manufacturing process ensures precise rifling and consistent bore dimensions, resulting in excellent shot-to-shot consistency and improved overall accuracy.
Fiber Optic Front Sight: The rifle features a fiber optic front sight, which enhances target acquisition and visibility in various lighting conditions. The bright and contrasting sight picture allows for quick and accurate aiming, especially when shooting at small targets or in low light environments.
Scope Mounting: The Ruger American Rimfire features a grooved receiver and is also drilled and tapped for the installation of the shooter's choice of base or rings. This provides shooters with the flexibility to customize their rifle with a wide range of scopes, red dot sights and other accessories to suit their specific shooting needs.
Easy-to-Use Tang Safety: The rifle incorporates a tang-mounted safety, conveniently located within easy reach of the shooter's thumb. The tang safety allows for quick and instinctive operation, providing an added level of safety during handling and transport.
The Ruger American Rimfire is a testament to Ruger's commitment to quality and performance. It is built with Ruger's renowned attention to detail and undergoes rigorous testing to ensure reliability and accuracy. With its versatility, accuracy and affordability, the Ruger American Rimfire is an excellent choice for shooters seeking a reliable rimfire rifle that can excel in various shooting disciplines.
In short, the Ruger American Rimfire chambered for the .17 HMR cartridge combines value and performance, making it an exceptional choice for both recreational shooting and small game hunting.
Experience the reliability and accuracy of Ruger with the Ruger American Rimfire Rifle.
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