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Ruger No. 1 International #1364 7x57mm, $1222 (Grade: B- 2011)

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The Ruger No. 1 International is the least traditional Mannlicher-style rifle in the test, but it still had plenty of the typeís attributes. The International is basically a standard No. 1 with shortened barrel and full-length stock. It would be a dream to use in a tree stand or ground blind. The loose rear sight was a disappointment.

Ruger No. 1 International #1364 7x57mm, $1222 (Grade: B- 2011)

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Press the trigger-guard lever down (arrow) to drop the stainless-steel block in the action and load the rifle. Rounds easily slid into the chamber, especially with the muzzle pointed to the ground.
The Rugerís buttstock wood had more figuring than the others, and the checkering was crisp and neat. The soft recoil pad mated nicely to the stock.
The Rugerís front sight included a tiny gold bead. The barrel free floated along the forearm, though the steel end cap came into contact with the end of the barrel.
Rugerís proprietary quarter rib and rings allow easy mounting of a scope (arrow). The rear sight was also mounted on the rib. It folded down to accommodate large scope lenses.

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