Ruger launches new American Rifle Ranch model chambered in 7.62

The American Rifle Ranch is now available in 7.62x39. (Photo: Ruger)

The American Rifle Ranch is now available in 7.62×39. (Photo: Ruger)

Ruger dropped a new model in its American Rifle Ranch series, introducing a flat dark earth variant chambered in 7.62×39.

The American Rifle Ranch lineup touts an ergonomic, lightweight synthetic stock designed for quicker handling. The stock design pairs a classic rifle look with modern fore-end contouring and grip serrations.

The bolt-action rifle features a one-piece, three lug bolt with 70 degree throw, proving plenty of scope clearance. The bolt uses a full diameter bolt body and dual locking cams for smooth cycling.

The gun comes equipped with a compact threaded barrel, 5/8-24 inches thread pattern, that is cold-hammer forged. Rounding out the rifle’s features are a soft rubber buttpad for recoil reduction, factory-installed one-piece aluminum scope rail and Ruger Marksman Adjustable trigger.

The long gun ships with a 5-round Mini Thirty metal box magazine and sling swivel studs. 10 and 20 round mags are also available for purchase from Ruger. The new model joins the American Rifle Ranch lineup which already boasts four offerings chambered in 5.56, 300 BLK and 450 Bushmaster.

The American Rifle Ranch in 7.62 is currently available with a MSRP of $599.

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