Gun Report

Ruger Precision Rifle 18001 308 Win., $1399

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The Ruger is set up for long-range shooting and offers a lot of adjustment options. Out of the box, this is an easy-to-shoot rifle that is very accurate for the price point.

Ruger Precision Rifle 18001 308 Win., $1399

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Weight Unloaded
Drop at Front Comb
Drop at Back Comb
Length of Pull
Action Type
Action Finish
Barrel Finish
Trigger Pull Weight

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The threads on the Ruger Precision Rifle’s muzzle are protected with a screw on sleeve. Underneath, the thread dimensions are 5/8-24 for attaching suppressors.
The stock is adjustable for length of pull, cant, and comb height. Loosen a camming lever (right arrow) to adjust the cheekpiece to the desired height, then tighten. The lever for LOP is on the left. A Picatinny rail on the toe allows attachment of a monopod.
A Sampson Evolution free floated handguard sheaths the barrel and allows KeyMod rail sections to be attached.

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