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A single-shot lever-action centerfired rifle the Ruger No.1 is built around a compact and simple yet strong falling-block breech mechanism with artillery-style breechblock. The sculpted receiver is robust and sturdy offering rigid support for the barrel stock and sliding breech block while the Rugers patented Scope Mounting System ensures scope bases never get loose. The sliding tang safety is easily accessible and visible. Available in a number of different calibers and barrel lengths as well as with a black laminate or walnut stock the No. 1 is also made with a sporting-style recoil pad grip cap and sling swivel studs.
CALIBER 450 BUSHMASTER - Stock Black Laminate - Sights None - Barrel Length 20 - Material Stainless Steel - Twist 110 RH - Capacity 1 - Finish Satin Stainless - Weight 7.5 lb. - Overall Length 38 - Length of Pull 13.50 - Grooves 5 - Strong simple compact falling-block breech mechanism with artillery-style breechblock and under-lever is ideally suited to todays powerful cartridges. - Sliding tang safety provides instant security visibility and accessibility. - Robust and sturdy sculptured receiver forms a rigid support for barrel stock and sliding breech block. - Patented Ruger Scope Mounting System with quarter-rib integral scope bases that never shoot loose and accommodate Ruger scope rings included FREE with each rifle. - Ejector mechanism provides maximum leverage at the point where the ejector engages the cartridge case and can be adjusted to provide extraction only. - Also features a sporting-style recoil pad grip cap and sling swivel studs. - Cold hammer-forged stainless steel barrel with 5R Rifling.
|Barrel Length||20 BARREL|
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