Line Extensions for Ruger's American Rimfire, Hawkeye and Precision Rifle

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posted on January 12, 2018
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Just days before SHOT Show 2018 and Ruger continues its blitz of new products and line extensions, including the Hawkeye, Ruger Precision Rifle and the Ruger American Rimfire Target with thumbhole stock.

Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target
The latest includes the Hawkeye Long-Range Target, which offers extended range capability to the venerable controlled-round feed M77 action. Its initial chambering in .300 Win. Mag. carries significant energy out to great distances, and its adjustable stock with modern ergonomics easily accommodates a broad spectrum of shooters. 




Ruger Precision Rifle
The new Gen 3 Ruger Precision Rifle features a 15" free-float handguard made of hard black anodized aluminum with Magpul M-LOK slots on all four sides for improved scope clearance for long-range scopes and easy mounting of M-LOK-compatible rails and accessories. The new model also features an ambidextrous manual safety and a nitride bolt body.





Ruger American Rimfire Target with Thumbhole Stock
The Ruger American Rimfire with Thumbhole Stock features an adjustable length of pull, a high comb, a more vertical grip and a wide, flat fore-end. The 18" heavy-contour, cold hammer-forged barrel is threaded for muzzle accessories, and, like all Ruger American Rimfires, features the Ruger Marksman Adjustable Trigger.









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