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Ruger Precision® Rifle

  • Medium-contour (.75" at the muzzle) barrel features a Ruger Precision® Rifle Hybrid Muzzle Brake to effectively reduce recoil while minimizing noise and blast to the sides of the shooter.

  • Patented multi-magazine interface functions interchangeably with AICS and M110/SR-25/DPMS/Magpul-style magazines (works with some M14 magazines).

  • Ruger Marksman Adjustable™ trigger is externally adjustable, with a trigger pull range of 2.25 to 5 pounds; wrench is stored in the bolt shroud.

  • In-line recoil path manages recoil directly from the rear of the receiver to the buttstock, not through a traditional bedding system, providing maximum accuracy potential.

  • Ruger Precision® MSR stock with QD sling attachment points features a bottom Picatinny rail and soft rubber buttpad. The left-folding stock hinge is attached to an AR-style buffer tube and accepts any AR-style stock. Length of pull and comb height are adjustable.

  • Cold hammer-forged, chrome-moly steel barrel with 5R Rifling at minimum bore and groove dimensions, minimum headspace and centralized chamber.

  • 15" aluminum free-float handguard is black hard-coat anodized aluminum and features Magpul® M-LOK® slots on all four sides for improved scope clearance for long-range scopes and easy mounting of M-LOK-compatible rails and accessories.

  • Ambidextrous manual safety for left- or right-handed lever manipulation.

  • 20 MOA Picatinny rail secured with # 8-40 screws for increased long-range elevation capabilities.

  • "Upper" receiver and one-piece bolt are precision CNC-machined from pre-hardened 4140 chrome-moly steel to minimize distortion.

  • Three-lug bolt with 70° throw features dual cocking cams and a smooth-running, full diameter bolt body. Bolt body is nitrided for corrosion resistance, smooth operation and durability.

  • Barrel can be replaced easily by a competent gunsmith using headspace gauges.

  • Magazine well front is contoured for a positive grip when bracing against shooting supports.

  • Oversized bolt handle for positive bolt manipulation, with a 5/16"-24 thread pattern for easy replacement. Bolt disassembly tool is stored in the Ruger Precision® Rifle Billet Aluminum Bolt Shroud for easy striker channel cleaning.

  • "Lower" magazine well halves are precision machined from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum and are Type III hard-coat anodized for maximum durability.

  • Extended trigger-reach AR-style grip and 45° ambidextrous safety selector. May be configured with any AR-style grip and selector.

  • Also includes: two, 10-round Magpul® PMAG® magazines.

  • Sours: https://ruger.com/products/precisionRifle/specSheets/18028.html

    Ruger Precision Rifle

    Bolt-action rifle

    The Ruger Precision Rifle (RPR) is a bolt-action rifle introduced by Sturm, Ruger & Co. on 17 July 2015.[1]

    Models[edit]

    The RPR was originally announced in the following calibers and configurations:

    • .308 Win. with 1:10 twist, 20 in (51 cm) barrel, weighing 9.7 lb (4.4 kg) lbs.<
    • 6.5 Creedmoor with a 1:8 twist, 24 in (61 cm) barrel, weighing 10.6 lb (4.8 kg) lbs.
    • .243 Winchester with a 1:7.7 twist, 26 in (66 cm) barrel, weighing 11 lb (5.0 kg) lbs.

    A newer Ruger Precision Rifle "Gen 2" was announced on 6 May 2016 with several enhancements over the original.[2] The new version includes a new handguard, a hybrid muzzle brake (5/8-24 threaded), and a billet aluminum bolt shroud. The announced models were:

    • .308 Win with 1:10 RH twist, 20 in (51 cm) barrel, weighing 9.8 lb (4.4 kg) lbs.[3]
    • 6mm Creedmoor with a 1:7.7 RH twist, 24 in (61 cm) barrel, weighing 10.8 lb (4.9 kg) lbs.[4]
    • 6.5mm Creedmoor with 1:8 RH twist, 24 in (61 cm) barrel, weighing 10.7 lb (4.9 kg) lbs.[5]

    A model chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO was announced on 27 March 2017.[6] It has a 1:7 RH twist, 20 in (51 cm) barrel, weighing 9.8 lb (4.4 kg) lbs.[7]

    Models chambered in the magnum cartridges .338 Lapua Magnum, 300 Win Mag, and 300 PRC went on sale in 2018. [8]

    Technical features[edit]

    The Ruger Precision Rifle has a proprietary Pre-Fit barrel system. Pre-chambered "Drop-In Ready" barrels can be purchased, and the correct headspace is set using a proprietary barrel nut design. The barrel is threaded to fit the Ruger action threads. This way, a competent gunsmith can fit a new barrel exchange a worn barrel with a new one by only using an AR-15 barrel wrench and proper headspace gauges.[12] This eliminates the need for machining by the gunsmith as with traditional barrel mounting solutions.

    The RPR is compatible with AR-style handgrips, buttstocks and some types of handguards. The trigger is proprietary, but aftermarket triggers are available.

    Recalls[edit]

    Ruger issued a safety bulletin for certain RPRs on 10 Aug 2017. The following serial number ranges are potentially affected: 1800-26274 to 1800-78345 or 1801-00506 to 1801-30461.[13]

    References[edit]

    1. ^"Introducing the Ruger Precision Rifle: Purpose Built to Distance Itself from the Typical Long-Range Rifle"
    2. ^"Ruger Announces New Ruger Precision Rifle Models". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 23 August 2017..
    3. ^"Model 18004". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 24 August 2017..
    4. ^"Model 18016". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 24 August 2017..
    5. ^"Model 18008". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 24 August 2017..
    6. ^"Ruger Precision Rifle Available in 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 23 August 2017.
    7. ^"Model 18019". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 24 August 2017.
    8. ^https://www.ruger.com/products/precisionRifle/models.html
    9. ^"Ruger® Ruger Precision® Rifle * Bolt-Action Rifle Model 18080". www.ruger.com. Retrieved 2019-05-10.
    10. ^"Ruger® Ruger Precision® Rifle * Bolt-Action Rifle Model 18081". www.ruger.com. Retrieved 2019-05-10.
    11. ^"Ruger® Ruger Precision® Rifle * Bolt-Action Rifle Model 18083". www.ruger.com. Retrieved 2019-05-10.
    12. ^New Krieger Pre-Fit Barrels for Ruger Precision Rifle « Daily Bulletin
    13. ^"Ruger Precision Rifle Safety Bulletin". Sturm, Ruger, and Co., Inc. Retrieved 24 August 2017.

    External links[edit]

    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruger_Precision_Rifle
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    An Overview of the Ruger Precision Rifle

    Adjustments

    To adjust the LOP and comb height, Ruger decided to go with a cam style quick release. Which I’ve come to dislike after playing with it. The problem is minor but it just doesn’t operate very smoothly as you adjust the LOP. Understanding that once you get these adjustments dialed in, you probably won’t need to fiddle with the levers ever again so it remains a minor complaint.

    The comb height is adjusted the same way as the LOP so my gripe with the locking mechanism carries over here. The adjustable cheek-piece design is well thought out however. An adequate amount of comb height is achievable with this setup. The cheekpiece itself is a symmetrical piece of hard plastic that doesn’t discriminate against left-handed or off-hand shooting and is reasonably comfortable. It can also be adjusted front to rear to ensure the second point of contact, your cheek, is well established.

    Clever engineering

    Finally, the toe portion of the buttstock can easily be grasped with the shooters offhand to assist securing the rifle to the shoulder. The flat bottom of the buttstock features an integrated picatinny rail where the installation of a folding monopod, like the one from AccuShot, can help level and stabilize the rifle while shooting. The buttstock also has a built-in QD sling mount to help haul this beast around.

    In between the buttstock and the receiver lies a clever folding mechanism that significantly reduces the overall length of this rifle for travel and/or storage. As lengthy as the Ruger Precision Rifle is, at 45″ overall, folding it to 34″ meant I didn’t have to rearrange the interior of my gun safe for this tack driver to fit next to my carbines.

    Unlike other folding stocks I’ve handled, this one is rock solid with absolutely zero play once it’s extended. Folding the stock out of the way allows the bolt to be removed and an easy path to cleaning the chamber and bore which is why I suspect Ruger elected to go this route in the first place. A second QD sling mount can be found machined into the back of the receiver once the buttstock is folded.

    receiver

    Receiver

    The Ruger Precision Rifle’s upper receiver is CNC machined from pre-hardened 4140 Chrome-moly steel and mated to a 2 piece lower receiver. Which is precision machined from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum. The upper receiver houses a 3 lug solid bolt identical to the one found in the reliable Ruger American Rifles.The bolt arm is pre-threaded in case the supplied oversized handle isn’t what you prefer. The compact 70-degree throw and smooth action of this rifle are quite pleasing and easily actuated while laying behind the rifle. The plastic bolt shroud found at the rear of the bolt cleverly houses an allen key for trigger adjustments.

    I really wish the guys at Ruger would have built the shroud from aluminum, rather than flimsy plastic, but more often than not the price point will dictate these finish details. And there’s always the aftermarket that can address these details if you feel you need something different, like this bolt shroud from LRI.

    trigger

    Trigger

    Atop the receiver sits a 20 MOA rail which is an advantage found on custom long-range rifles. Allowing the shooter enough elevation adjustment to make those shots at ridiculous distances. The user-adjustable Ruger Marksman trigger is about as good a stock trigger as I’ve ever felt. And can be adjusted with the supplied Allen key between 2.25-5 lbs. The trigger on my gun broke at 2.5 lbs from the factory. And I highly doubt that I’ll change a thing. The take-up is so minor and the break exceptionally clean and crisp that the aftermarket segment will be hard-pressed to build a better unit. The pistol grip is a very basic plastic AR grip. It will probably be one of the first things I replace on this gun. I always run the Magpul MOE+ pistol grip on my AR’s and this rifle will be no different.

    Magazine well

    The magazine well of the Ruger Precision Rifle houses a little piece of engineering nirvana. A system called the multi-magazine interface. This innovative system can accept M110, SR25, DPMS, Magpul and AICS magazines. Pushing the mag release forward not only disengages a magazine with a rear catch. It will do the same for magazines utilizing a side catch. This allows the shooter a wide selection of available magazines, both metal and polymer, like the pair of Magpul 10 rounders that are included with the rifle.

    A critical area often overlooked is the front of the magazine well.  Ruger designed it with an angled geometry to help bite into a barricade in a situation where you’d need to brace the weapon against one.

    barrel

    Barrel

    The medium contour barrel is secured to the receiver with an AR style barrel nut. Facilitating the use of any AR style handguard. Ruger chose the 15″ KeyMod unit from Sampson for the RPR. Which by most standards is a decent piece of kit. The Sampson handguard has a full-length picatinny rail along the top and uses KeyMod. Allowing attachment of any additional accessories. Ruger includes a short piece of KeyMod picatinny rail as well as a QD sling swivel mount. Facilitating attachment of a bipod and sling.

    Another advantage of using an AR style barrel nut is the ability for the end-user to remove the barrel. If you own a vise and an AR armorers tool. Along with the Ruger “go/no-go” gauges, you can easily install a new barrel. Before you even think about swapping barrels. Know that the one you already have is capable of sub MOA groups at a kilometer or better. Ruger chose a cold hammer-forged 4140 chrome-moly steel barrel with 5R rifling at minimum bore and groove dimensions. Barrel lengths are caliber optimized with .308Win getting a 20″ barrel, 6.5mm Creedmoor a 24″ barrel. Each medium contour barrel measures .75″ at the end. And features a 5/8-24 threading to allow the use of a muzzle device or suppressor.

    Ruger Precision Rifle Specs courtesy of Ruger.com

    • Medium-contour (.75″ at the muzzle) barrel features an installed thread protector with 5/8″-24 threads.
    • Cold hammer-forged 4140 chrome-moly steel barrel with 5R Rifling at minimum bore and groove dimensions, minimum headspace and centralized chamber.
    • Equipped with a Samson Evolution KeyMod™ Handguard. May be configured with any AR-style handguard.
    • 20 MOA Picatinny rail secured with four, #8-40 screws for increased long-range elevation capabilities.
    • “Upper” receiver and one-piece bolt are precision CNC-machined from pre-hardened 4140 chrome-moly steel to minimize distortion.
    • Three-lug bolt with 70° throw features dual cocking cams and a smooth-running, full diameter bolt body.
    • In-line recoil path manages recoil directly from the rear of the receiver to the buttstock, not through a traditional bedding system, providing maximum accuracy potential.
    • Ruger® Precision MSR stock with QD sling attachment points features a bottom Picatinny rail and soft rubber buttpad. The left-folding stock hinge is attached to an AR-style buffer tube and accepts any AR-style stock.
    • Barrels can be easily replaced by a competent gunsmith using AR-style wrenches and headspace gauges.
    • Magazine well front is contoured for a positive grip for bracing against shooting supports.
    • Oversized bolt handle for positive bolt manipulation, with 5/16″-24 thread for easy replacement.
    • Bolt disassembly tool is stored in the bolt shroud for easy striker channel cleaning.
    • “Lower” magazine well halves are precision machined from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum and are Type III hard coat anodized for maximum durability.
    • Patent-pending multi-magazine interface functions interchangeably with M110, SR25, DPMS and Magpul-style magazines and AICS magazines (works with some M14 magazines).
    • Ruger Marksman Adjustable™ trigger is externally adjustable with a pull weight range of 2.25 to 5.0 lbs.; wrench is stored in the bolt shroud.
    • Extended trigger-reach AR-style grip and 45° reversible safety selector. May be configured with any AR-style grip and selector.
    • Also includes two, 10-round Magpul® PMAG® magazines.

    Up next:

    If you’ve been running a tally of features included on the RPR. And are fairly knowledgeable of the costs associated with a custom rifle build. You’d be hard-pressed to be under $3000 on a build, much less Ruger’s MSRP of $1599. Up next is mounting sweet piece of glass to the top of this beast. I’ve also enrolled in a Long Range 1 & 2 classes as well as a Ballistics class at the Marksmanship Training Center in Lake City, Michigan, and will share with The Gear Bunker readers the skills learned and the equipment needed to shoot beyond conventional distances. I’ve even been in talks with Proof Research regarding their carbon barrel offering. For now, I suggest getting in line at your local gun shop for a Ruger Precision Rifle as the demand is currently exceeding the supply.

    Sours: https://www.thegearbunker.com/an-overview-of-the-ruger-precision-rifle/

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