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Ruger SR-556VT Autoloading Rifle #5914 5.56 NATO, $1995 (Grade: A- (PENDING) 2014)

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The Ruger was not the most accurate rifle in the test, but its piston-driven function was very clean and cool to operate. Also, it had a two-stage trigger that was easily the best in this test.

Ruger SR-556VT Autoloading Rifle #5914 5.56 NATO, $1995 (Grade: A- (PENDING) 2014)

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The stainless barrel and bolt stood out on the black receiver.
We saw a snug fit between the two halves of the Ruger.
The aluminum handguard was substantial and well vented for volume shooting, if you’re lucky enough to need it.
The buttpad was a tad too big at the seam.

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