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The Ruger Precision Rifle, purpose-built for long-range precision shooting, is the perfect match for the 6mm Creedmoor cartridge. A relative newcomer to the market, the Ruger Precision Rifle has quickly become a standard in the long-range shooting sports. It is highly sought after for its combination of an accuracy-enhancing in-line recoil path, easy configurability with AR-style components, cold-hammer forged 5R-rifled barrel, adjustable trigger, and modest cost. The Ruger Precision Rifle chambered in 6mm Creedmoor with a 1:7.7″ twist and 24″ barrel provides long-range shooters with cutting edge technology in both rifle and cartridge.
The Ruger American Rifle Predator is now also available in 6mm Creedmoor. The 100% American-made Ruger American Rifle has set new standards of performance among full-featured, bolt-action rifles. The Ruger American Rifle Predator features a moss green synthetic stock, a heavier tapered, free-floated, threaded barrel and a factory-installed one-piece aluminum scope rail. Originally designed as a longer-range hunting rifle, the Predator has proven itself in long-range target shooting as well. In this new chambering, with a 1:7.7″ twist and 22″ barrel, the Ruger American Rifle Predator in 6mm Creedmoor offers a cost-effective option for those interested in seeing how far they can stretch out what has become one of America’s favorite hunting rifles.
For more information on the Ruger Precision Rifle and Ruger American Rifle in 6mm Creedmoor, visit Ruger.com.