Is the Ruger precision worth it?

If you want a reliable and accurate precision rifle for long-range shooting, then the Ruger Precision Rifle is worth every penny. Here’s why. It is: Inexpensive – Most precision rifles will cost significantly more than the RPR.

How far can the Ruger Precision Rifle shoot?

~2000 yards

Ruger Precision Rifle
Action Bolt-action
Effective firing range 1600 yards
Maximum firing range ~2000 yards
Feed system 10-round detachable box magazine

What magazines does the Ruger Precision Rifle use?

The Magpul® PMAG® 20 LR/SR GEN M3 magazine is a 20-round, 308 Win / 7.62 NATO, lightweight, high reliability magazine for the Ruger® SR-762® and Ruger Precision® Rifle. This magazine fits all 308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor and 243 Win Precision Rifles.

What makes a 22 rifle a precision rifle?

Since we’ve thrown the term “Precision .22 Rifle” out there, we should clarify exactly what qualifies as one. In general, these long-guns share many of the same qualities of their precisoin centerfire cousins—performance stock (usually adjustable), precision bedding system, heavy barrels and plenty of overall heft.

Is there a left-handed 10/22 stock for this project?

Finding a left-handed or ambidextrous 10/22 stock that was suitable for this project turned about to be the most difficult decision. In the end it really came down to one stock, the BELL & CARLSON ODYSSEY 10/22 STOCK. What made this selection a no brainer was the incredible price from Stockystocks.

Where can I find parts for a custom 10/22 barrel?

Boyds stocks, Keystone stocks, Volquartsen Parts, Tactical Solutions barrels, and more from Green Mountain, DIProducts, Pike Arms, E.R. Shaw. The parts for a custom 10/22 can all be found here! Our Buffer Technologies recoil buffers are an excellent way to reduce parts wear and recoil of your firearms.

Why buy a Ruger® 10/22 ®?

With millions sold over a span of more than half a century, the Ruger ® 10/22 ® has long been America’s favorite rimfire rifle. When it comes to choosing your next .22 rifle, don’t settle for an imitation, make it an original.