The Ruger American Rifle Ranch is now configured to accept AR-style magazines, further increasing the overall potential capacity of your rifle. The New Ruger Ameican Rifle Ranch in 5.56mm NATO features a cold hammer-forged threaded barrel, resulting in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy, longevity and easy cleaning.
No issues with it whatsoever. Shot steel case and brass, it fed and ejected both without any issues. Obviously, the brass was considerably more accurate and overall the gun shot tighter groups than I would expect for the price. Small, light, accurate, and maneuverable. All you can ask for.
The first reviewer is spot on and hit all the highlights so I can’t add much more. Unlike the first review I did lightened-up the trigger right out of the box and put on a Burris 3 x 9 scope. First day at the range I found it to be amazingly accurate. The only negative is it uses what looks like a standard AR mag release button and I would say is about 1/3 of the mag release button is sort of concealed by the stock but there is enough of the button there for the release. It’s a great little gun and I would buy it again.
This rifle is extremely accurate. Yesterday I did a 3 shot group that was 7/16, center to center, at 100 yards. All three rounds were touching each other in a horizontal string. Ruger says the rifle is under one minute accurate. It is under 1/2 minute accurate. I couldn't ask for a more accurate rifle. I was using cheap Russian FMJ Bernaul steel case ammo too. I had shot maybe 80 rounds through the gun, so it was warmed up. I was using a bench rest and a 3-9 Swift IR scope. I have not adjusted the trigger, it is set to factory specs. Also the action is smooth and as advertised, it accepts standard AR magazines.