Ruger has paved its American Rifle line clear across the country and back. The American utilizes a full-diameter, three-lug bolt, a two-position safety on its tang and a machined action that is secured to a synthetic stock by way of the company’s Power Bedding system. The result is a system that is cost-effective, both for Ruger and the consumer, but still provides accuracy and reliability. In response to a request from Michigan hunters when their state’s hunting laws changed a few years ago, Ruger devised a new big-bore variant of the American. Chambered in .450 Bushmaster, the American Rifle Ranch features a detachable magazine and a 16.5” barrel capped with Ruger’s own muzzle brake. Coming to market for less than $600, the Ruger American Rifle Ranch in .450 Bushmaster presents a great value in a chambering perfect for hunting in most of the U.S.
For more visit Ruger.com, but first check out the rifle in this video hosted by American Rifleman's Kelly Young.