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New for 2018 and now equipped with a 15" Free-Float M-LOK handguard, the Ruger Precision Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor is the precision rifle standard. Other new enhancements include a Hybrid Muzzle Brake, which effectively reduces recoil by 40% in 6.5 Creedmoor models. The Precision rifle ships with two, 10-round Magpul® PMAG® magazines.
This Ruger Precision Rifle features a Barrett Brown Cerakote finish.
Super happy with this version of the RPR. I have this exact one, color, etc. topped with an Athlon Cronus 4.5-29 with a Warne Precision mount. Haven’t had any issues shooting very tight groups once I figured out which ammo it liked. Overall, a great value for how consistent, accurate and reliable it is.
This gun has truly made me into a Ruger fan. Top it with an Athlon Ares ETR and I have yet to shoot a group larger than .75 MOA. I was on the fence between this rifle and the Savage Stealth. I must say I definitely rolled the dice correctly with this one.
I love the 20 MOA rail and the easily adjustable trigger. My only gripe is the weight, but that extra weight tames the recoil allowing me to see impacts on steel at 300 yards. I definitely recommend this rifle. The Barrett Brown is beautiful. Thank you SOSS for the great price and fast shipping! Definitely thinking about purchasing the RPR in 300 PRC.
It gets a 1 from me cause that's all the rounds I was able to fire through it before the extractor broke. Turns out the bold where the extractor slides into was cut wrong. I had to send the rifle in. Ruger emails me saying they received the rifle and response time is typically less then 1 week and they will keep me updated on what's going on. Well its now been over 2 weeks, with no updates. I called Ruger and they can't tell me anything other then they have to put in a ticket to find out what's going on and to call back next week. I'll never buy anything Ruger again. Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore was great to deal with. I'll buy from them again. Just nothing that says Ruger on it.
I custom build AR style rifles and have been looking for a reasonably priced sexy looking bolt rifle that I could stretch out to 1500+ if if I asked it to`;` and I have been looking at the RPR for a couple years now. When the Gen3 came out I said to myself, Self! Self said, What I replied,I think it is time to give this one a shot no pun intended. Self and my wife said Ok. Well - I went and bought one, hence this review. After I set the scope and using a combination of 6.5 Creedmoor Winchester Match and Sig Sauer Match 140 grain Sierra BTHP`;` I am consistently getting 1/16 MOA groups at 100 yds!! Seriously though`;` using the before mention ammo, I am getting somewhat less than .75 MOA extreme spread with the average coming in the neighbor hood of 1/2 MOA. To say that I am very pleased with this rifle would be a gross understatement. I may buy another one - just to have twins don't tell my wife.