New Ruger American Rimfire Stainless

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posted on May 31, 2017
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In response to customer feedback, Ruger has introduced the Ruger American Rimfire Stainless, available in three calibers: .22 LR, .22 WMR and .17 HMR.



The new models feature a 416 stainless-steel barrel, bolt and receiver. Hand-buffed from end to end, the satin finish is highlighted by the contrasting black thread protector, bolt release, stock and one-piece Picatinny scope base. The 18" cold hammer-forged barrel free-floats in the lightweight synthetic stock and is finished with a 1/2"-28 threaded muzzle.

The rifle also features the renowned, patented Ruger Power Bedding integral bedding system, Ruger Marksman Adjustable trigger and reliable rotary magazine. The modular stock system helps to adjust the rifle fit to the shooter by allowing for different comb heights and lengths of pull. These new models ship with a high comb, standard length of pull module installed, providing ideal cheek weld for optics.

For more, visit Ruger.com.







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