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Ruger SR556 5.56 NATO/223 Rem., $1995

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Ruger's entry into the competitive AR-style market offers a complete package of quality features, which are also noted in its upper-tier price. Its performance was solid and trouble-free. A heavy trigger pull was our primary quibble.

Ruger SR556 5.56 NATO/223 Rem., $1995

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The Troy Industries Folding Battle Sights provided a solid set of back up irons. We like this sort of configuration because it allows them to be co-witnessed with red dots and other CQB optics.
We found the Hogue Monogrip on the SR-556FB to be comfortable and secure.
The SR-556FB comes only one way from the factory and that is fully equipped. All the parts are all manganese-phosphate coated along with the gas block and regulator. The lower receiver was made of aluminum and hard anodized. We noted the Ruger logo appeared in no less than eight different places on our test gun.

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