My overall impression of the Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5mm Creedmoor is simple. It’s a lot of gun for the price considering what’s in this build and how it shoots, that seems like a deal to me.
While AR-15 and AR-10 platform rifles are getting more accurate by the month, it’s still hard to beat a good bolt-action rifle for repeatable precision. When Ruger designed the Precision Rifle, they wanted to provide a long-range tack driver that was affordable. In the world of long-range shooting, multiple G’s for the rifle only is common. This one runs about $1,100 (or less $$) on the street. Is it worth it? Let’s find out.
What’s the Ruger Precision Rifle?
Let’s provide a quick summary before getting into some of the details. Bolt gun. Accurate. Priced aggressively considering how it’s built and how it shoots. Boom.
While I’ve taken a few shots here and there at various events with a Ruger Precision Rifle, I’ve not yet had the chance to bring one home and work with it. Now that I’ve had some quality hands-on time with one, I’m sold. I would buy this one but I can’t. That’s because one AmmoLand News reader is going to win this in the not-so-distant future along with a sporty (not yet named) optic. Stay tuned.
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