ANDERSON MANUFACTURING AR-15-A3 STRIPPED LOWER 7075-T6 223/5.56
ATI OMNI HYBRID MAXX 300 BLK LIMITED EDITION
SMITH AND WESSON MP-15 SPORT II 5.56 OPTICS READY
SMITH AND WESSON MP15 SPORT II 5.56MM MAGPUL MOE M-LOK
SMITH AND WESSON MP15 SPORT II 5.56MM OR WITH M-LOK
RADICAL FIREARMS RF-15 5.56MM M4 WITH 15-INCH FGS RAIL
RADICAL FIREARMS RF-15 5.56MM SOCOM WITH 15-INCH FGS RAIL
ROCK RIVER ARMS LAR-15 HUNTER 5.56 WITH WYL-EHIDE CAMO
Tula Ammo 223 Rem 55 gr FMJ Steel Case 20/Box
($0.24 / round)
Hornady 223 Rem 55 gr TAP Urban Trade Ammo 20/Box
($0.60 / round)
IMI M193 5.56mm 55 gr FMJ 20/Box
($0.32 / round)
IMI 5.56mm 62 gr M855 Penetrator Green Tip Ammo 20/Box
($0.35 / round)
Hornady 223 Rem 55 gr V-MAX Varmint Express 20/Box
($0.70 / round)
Federal XM193 5.56mm 55 gr FMJ 100 Round Value Pack
($0.35 / round)
Federal XM855 5.56 62gr Stripper Clips Ammo Can 420 Rds
($0.43 / round)
Winchester 223 Rem 55 gr Ballistic Silvertip Ranger Trade Ammo 20/Box
($1.00 / round)
Federal XM855 5.56mm 62 gr FMJ-BT Ball 90 Round Pack
($0.42 / round)
Federal XM193 5.56mm 55 gr MC-BT 20/Box
($0.40 / round)
Federal 223 Rem 55 gr FMJ Boat Tail 100 Round Value Pack
($0.38 / round)
Winchester 223 Rem 50 gr Polymer Tip Ballistic Silvertip Police Trade-in Ammo 20/Box
($0.95 / round)
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE GEN M2
MAGPUL PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3, 5.56X45 MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE (WINDOW) GEN 3
MAGPUL PMAG 40 AR/M4 5.56 40RD MAGAZINE GEN 3
MAGPUL PMAG GEN M3 5.56MM 30-ROUND COYOTE TAN
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE (WINDOW) GEN 2
MAGPUL PMAG 5.56MM 10RD MAGAZINE GEN 3
MAGPUL PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M3 5.56 SAND MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG AR/M4 GEN M3 5.56 20 ROUND MAGAZINE
MAGPUL PMAG 30RD 5.56MM MAGAZINE (WINDOW) SAND
MAGPUL PMAG D-60 5.56X45 NATO 60-ROUND DRUM MAG
MAGPUL PMAG 30 AR 300 BLK GEN M3 30 ROUND MAG
The new Ruger AR-556® Multi-Purpose Rifle ("MPR"). This custom-built modern sporting rifle features an 18" nitrided alloy barrel with rifle-length gas system, Ruger's 15" free-float handguard compatible with M-LOK® accessories, the Ruger® Elite 452™ AR-Trigger and ergonomic Magpul® furniture. The perfect rifle for a variety of uses, the AR-556 MPR is capable and versatile.
Ruger's talented team of engineers worked carefully to develop the ideal custom package for the AR-556 platform that does it all, right out of the box. From plinking to competition shooting, the MPR is the perfect rifle for just about anything.
The MPR's cold-hammer forged 18" alloy barrel with 5R rifling is salt bath nitrided for corrosion resistance and durability. The barrel is contoured to minimize weight without sacrificing rigidity, leaving a 0.75" journal for the low-profile gas block. The soft-shooting, rifle-length gas system paired with a Ruger® muzzle brake provides smoother operation and softens recoil to keep every shot on target.
Ruger's 15" free-float handguard is light, stiff and versatile, with Magpul M-LOK accessory attachment slots along the 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00 positions. Additional slots on the angled surfaces near the muzzle are perfect for mounting a light, laser or QD sling cup. Compared to a typical quad-rail forend, the 1.50" diameter handguard makes the MPR's forend slim and controllable. M-LOK-compatible Picatinny rail sections can be easily added. The integral Picatinny rail at the 12:00 position is tightly controlled to the most current STANAG 4649 specification.
The crisp 4.5 pound trigger pull of the Elite 452 two-stage trigger is a great addition to the MPR. The lower receiver is fitted with Magpul's MOE® grip and Mil-Spec MOE SL™ buttstock, making the rifle easy to handle, shoulder and shoot. The Mil-Spec compatible lower and upper receivers are CNC-machined from forgings and hard coat anodized. The MPR comes complete with dust cover, brass deflector and forward assist.
Thank you Sportsman for the fast turn around time on the shipping came in a few a days early. Phone good customer service. Simply put, Best 5.56 on the market right now for the money. Shoots 5.56 and 223s. kicks like a high powered 22 cal. My friends Daniel Defense kicks like an old M16 hard. Ya I know, barrel differences..blah blah blah. bolt is easily upgrade-able to a F.A. bolt mil spec. Distance is outstanding with a scope of course. I don't think, I will need to put 10,000 rounds through it. It's a S.H.T.F. Rifle for me. I added some goodies of course green laser, 9x32 scope, red dot, and of course good old sights and got 10 Sec adman mags. Too good to not take on price value and a 10 clip rifle bag. And still came way under my friends cost just on his DD.
I own several Rugers so when this rifle was released, I had to have one. I have a Ruger SR556 and an SR762, and I love both of them, but I paid well over a thousand dollars for each of them. The MPR was less than half of those but still impressed me very much. I really like the 452 trigger and with the magpul furniture and rail already on this rifle I cant ask for more. I've ran about 300 rounds through my MPR with no issues. I can't say enough good things about this rifle and the amazing value it is. If you are in the market I recommend the Ruger MPR.
I ordered the Ruger AR 556 MPR on Monday morning and picked the rifle up from my FFL on Tuesday. I paid the extra 30 bucks for shipping, but it was well worth it. The rifle is exactly what I expected. I put a Sig Sauer Romeo 5 red dot and some flip up sights and I'm good to go. Great customer service for a first time Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore buyer.
I really like the features on the MPR. I added an ambi safety, ambi charging handle, flip up irons and a Vortex red dot. The gun works great with brass ammo. But very poorly with the three different steel case loads I tried. Even after a full cleaning, I get a failure to feed about every 10 rounds with steel. Sometimes it wont pick up the fresh round from the mag, sometimes it hangs up on the feed ramps. Sometimes the bolt won't lock back on the last round. I used the same loads and mags on the same day in my 2010-era Rock River A4 with 100% reliability. My MPR will go back to Ruger for a look after Xmas. My only reason for waiting is wanting nothing to do with UPS this time of year! If Ruger can get it working right with steel ammo, I'll likely rate the MPR in the 8 or 9 range on performance... I just don't enjoy sending it back for a do over.
First off, this is not a long range, precision rifle or the ideal CQB weapon or anything really other than an outstanding all-around AR. With the free-float rail, enhanced trigger, Magpul furniture, muzzle brake, and excellent barrel, the MPR has just the right amount of upgrades to make it precise out beyond 500 yards, lightweight, ergonomic and just plain kick a. The rifle-length gas system along with the muzzle brake really reduces recoil and makes follow up shots super quick compared to the standard AR-556 or any other run-of-the-mill budget carbine. I have several hundred rounds through this rifle without a hiccup and haven't had any issues with feeding, ejecting, magazine seating, etc. I have used Magpul Gen 2 and Gen 3 PMAGS and GI steel mags, shot multiple types of ammo, new and reloaded. I use this mostly for sport shooting and jack rabbit hunting and it performs flawlessly. I pre-ordered this rifle for $560 which blew me away. At the current listed price, I still think this is the best overall value in the market.
I have not shot the gun so for now I'm giving 5 stars solely based on my purchase, the extremely fast shipping, the condition of the gun as I received it, the fair cost, and the options on this Ruger AR MPR. I spoke with Rachel and she was very helpful and friendly. I was shocked at how quickly my gun arrived. I online ordered Wednesday morning and picked it up Friday. I was forced to purchase this gun because I had a scope that needed to be installed on something. I haven't owned a Ruger yet that disappointed me and I hope this gun meets my expectations.
You're getting a lot of gun for the money with the Ruger AR556 MPR. I've only put 40 rounds through it, but it functioned flawlessly and is very accurate. The OEM BCG worked just fine, but I replaced it with a PSA Premium BCG just because I don't like the unshrouded carrier that comes with the rifle.
For the price you can't come close to what Ruger has here.
-Magpul stock and grip
-MLOK hand free floated rail. Very thin. You can wrap your hand around it for a very nice C clamp hold
-Ruger's 552 trigger is way nicer than I expected. I really like it
-A rifle length gas system creates a very nice recoil impulse
- 18 inch CHF barrel with 5R rifling; you get a little extra velocity out of rounds and it's a very nice barrel overall. The included muzzle break is very nice as well. The bolt and barrel are both magnetically particle inspected together; a very nice quality control step. Some people don't like the wait the gas key is staked but it's just a new way Ruger is doing it with a hydraulic press, however, it's the same staking as the older AR 556 so it works perfectly fine.
Now for the negatives. -I wish Ruger would toss in a pair of irons; it's just a personal gripe of mine. I think all guns should come with them, but the only reason this gun is not 5 stars for me is the bolt. Don't get me wrong, it works perfectly the way it is, however, it is not a full M16 bolt carrier group, so if you wanted to put in a binary trigger, you will run into reliability issues, but that's a very small part of the market. Overall, you can't beat this gun at $600. I got mine for $560. It comes with a very nice barrel and you can't find a rifle length gas system on guns this cheap. It's just a super super smooth shooting gun with very nice premium features for an entry level price.
SO, I got my new Ruger AR 556 MPR from Sportsman's here, and it is a great deal. I took her to the range yesterday after throwing on some flip up sights and proceeded to fire away. After 2 mags I noticed something...The hand guard had some play to it...started to twist. I took it to the owner of the range to ask his opinion also my FFL, and looks at it and states the barrel nut is not tight, only thing really keeping the barrel on is the gas tube at that point. COME ON RUGER. So, I faced the whole send it back pain in the butt, or just have him look at it further and adjust as needed. Could do it myself, but with it being new I was just pissed and figured I'd let him do it. I'm sure it will end up being minor...And everything else about the rifle is great.
If you buy the elite Ruger trigger by itself, it's like $150 and the Magpul stock is around $50, I believe. In addition, you get the Magpul grip and the freefloat handguard which probably has a combined total of $100-$120. The upgrades to the Ruger AR-556 are very impressive. I am about to order mine right now. I already know Sportsman Outdoor Superstores service will be good so I'm giving it 5 stars all the way around. Job well done Ruger!
I pre-ordered this rifle and the price was very good. I mounted a Nikon 223 4x12 scope with Nikon P223 mounts on this Ruger. I could not get the bolt for the forward scope mount through the slot on the handguard rail because the notch was machined too high at the bottom. I slid both mounts back on the rail of the receiver and mounted the scope there. I ran 200 rounds of Russian 556 through the gun without a malfunction. Very tight group in the center of the bulls-eye at 100 yds. Overall I am very happy with the rifle and would have given a 5 rating instead of a 4 if I had not had the problem with the forward rail. I own 2 Colt 6920s and 2 S&W M&P ARs. I recommend this Ruger AR556 MPR.
Free float rail, awesome trigger, rifle length gas system, very light, nice finish. You are getting a crazy amount of AR for the money
This isn't my first rodeo. I have owned several ARs. But, none as sweet a shooter as this AR. The radial port compensator and the increased gas tube length make a significant difference in perceived recoil. I put about 200 rds down range on my first trip to the range. Bushnell AR scope mounted, 1st shot 6 in low at 50 yds. Dialed in about 45 clicks 2nd shot about 1/2 off dead center. All the remaining shots within 1 moa of dead center. Real nice trigger, just a very solid AR. If you are looking for your first AR or simply a upgrade, get this gun. You will never look back on your decision.
I purchased in the Pre-Order. For the money, this is a very good AR15. Probably not the best you can buy, but I find that it is a good value for the money. This is my first AR15 platform gun. After adding flip up sights, a red dot, and a few other items I put about 500 rounds through it. The rifle shoots very straight with, what I would call, light to moderate recoil. I have shot a few AR15 rifles other than this one. I had no malfunctions in the 3 range trips it took to fire 500 rounds. All 500 were Wolf 223. I have not run 556 yet. I would recommend this AR15. So far, I haven't found a down side. I would rate my experience and knowledge of the AR platform as advanced beginner. Hope this review helps you decide.
This rifle is almost too good to believe, but its not. I ordered this rifle on the 18th of September and it arrived at my FFL on the 28th. I broke it down and it was very well oiled. The barrel needed a bore snake through it. I bought some cheap pop up sights on Amazon, they are OK.I picked it up and took it to the range same day. I bought 3 different types of ammo: Golden Bear, Tula and IMI. They all fed great with Zero issues over the course of 250 rounds through PMAGS and GI mags, I only shot 20 rounds of Tula because I don't care for it. It is a soft shooter and the trigger is great. Buy it.