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Available in bolt-action, single-shot, and semi-automatic, Ruger rifles are offered in a wide range of calibers for varying purposes. While features and finishes abound, customers are provided with the opportunity to find exactly what they want - all in a price range that is affordable for most consumers.
For over 60 years, Ruger has been the "Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens," providing consumers with products that are expected to be both rugged and reliable.
While the award-winning company started with a single 22-caliber pistol, they now manufacture 36 various firearms, including more than a dozen different rifles.
Available in bolt-action, single-shot, and semi-automatic, Ruger rifles are offered in a wide range of calibers for varying purposes, while features and finishes abound, providing customers with the opportunity to find exactly what they want, in a price range that is affordable for most consumers.
The Ruger 10/22 has been America's favorite 22-caliber rifle for the past 50 years. With a plethora of uses, the 10/22 is chambered in 22 LR and offered in several variations with endless options.
The Ruger 10/22 Carbine is perfect for plinking and small-game hunting. It is built with a cold hammer-forged barrel, V-block system, and an impact- and abrasion-resistant, glass-filled polymer trigger housing assembly. It is available with a synthetic or wood stock. The Ruger Model 10/22 Sporter combines Ruger's time-tested action with a more elegant, finely finished walnut stock. It is also ideal for small-game hunting and target shooting.
The Ruger 10/22 Tactical, as the name suggests, employs the classic 10/22 action, but also offers an array of tactical options, including a collapsible buttstock, pistol grip, and a flash suppressor, as well as an accessory rail for further customization. The Takedown is a 22-caliber rifle that can quickly and easily be broken down into two separate pieces for convenient storage and transportation. It is additionally available in a lighter-weight version, the Ruger 10/22 Takedown Lite.
The Ruger Mini-14 is also a well-known favorite. Chambered in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO)/223 Rem, it employs a Garand-style action with a breechbolt locking system and a fixed-piston gas system with self-cleaning gas cylinder. It is available with a wood or synthetic stock, and scope mounts are machined directly on the solid steel receiver. Simple, yet rugged and reliable, the Ruger Mini-14 delivers accuracy and longevity.
The Ruger American and the Ruger American Rimfire are two of Ruger's top sellers as well. This bolt-action rifle is available in numerous variants. Across the board, the Ruger American rifle delivers incredible accuracy alongside ergonomic features that help every hunt to be a success.
The Ruger Precision Rifle is a solidly-constructed, bolt-action rifle that is made for long-range shooting and offered in many large calibers. A Picatinny rail makes for easy scope mounting. The Precision Rifle is also available in a rimfire version, aptly named the Ruger Precision Rimfire.
Suitable for target shooting, home defense, and hunting, the Ruger AR-556 is a semi-automatic modern sporting rifle chambered in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO)/223 Rem. It features a collapsible M4-style buttstock and ergonomic pistol grip. A built-in accessory rail allows for quick and easy customization.
Starting at about $200, the Ruger 10/22 has a small price tag that aids in its popularity. Likewise, the Ruger No. 1 can be purchased new for about $1,400, while the Ruger No. 1 50th Anniversary model is slightly more, around $1,700.
Of course, different features add to the cost, but Guns.com offers a new and used Ruger rifle inventory with many price options.
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