Ruger American Rifle Predator Now with Vortex Scope Package

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posted on January 4, 2017
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The Ruger American Rifle Predator model is now available with a Vortex scope package. 

Chambered in .204 Ruger, .223 Rem., 6.5 Creedmoor, and .308 Win. chamberings, the Predator has a medium-contour barrel, which enables better accuracy over longer strings of fire, but is still light enough to be carried easily and brought on target quickly while hunting. The Predator model is offered with a moss green synthetic stock and a one-piece aluminum scope rail. Like all Ruger American Rifles, the Predator features a cold hammer-forged barrel, accuracy-enhancing Power Bedding, a tang safety and the Ruger Marksman Adjustable trigger.

Mounted on the Predator model of the Ruger American Rifle is the Vortex Crossfire II 4-12 x 44 scope. Factory-installed on the rifle, this long eye relief scope features a fast-focus eyepiece, fully multi-coated lenses and resettable MOA turrets. Its hard anodized, single-piece, aircraft-grade aluminum tube is nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed for waterproof and fogproof performance. MSRP for all caliber models: $699









Find out more at Ruger.com 

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