Ruger American Rimfire Rifles Now in Target Models

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posted on January 5, 2017
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Ruger's American Rimfire rifle is now available in Target models chambered in three different calibers: .22 Long Rifle, .22 WMR and .17 HMR. 

Features include an 0.860” diameter, cold hammer-forged, ½-28” threaded free-floated target barrel topped with a one-piece Picatinny rail. The Target model also features the Ruger Power Bedding integral bedding blocks, Ruger Marksman Adjustable trigger and patented detachable rotary magazine. It sports a black laminate stock and factory-installed, knurled thread protector. The stock features front and rear sling swivel studs, a metal trigger guard and a rubber buttpad for a comfortable length of pull. The Alexander Henry fore-end helps to stabilize a shot when shooting from sticks, a bipod or sling. MSRP for all chamberings is $499.





For more information visit Ruger.com 

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