The stock comes standard with sling swivel studs, a recoil pad, and houses a hinged, solid-steel floorplate for easy unloading. An added bonus, the floorplate latch rides flush with the trigger guard, to avoid any inadvertent unloading.
The Hawkeye Hunter is initially being offered in four calibers: 6.5 mm Creedmoor; .308 Win.; .30-06 Sprg.; and .300 Win.-Mag. The last of these features a removable Ruger radial-port muzzle brake to significantly reduce felt recoil. For more information on this hunting-minded long gun, please visit ruger.com.
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