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- Jun 14, 2018
Not the best by any means and I've shot worse. I've seen other's guns shoot much better, unless they are posting only "golden" targets.Well you are giving me faith.. not the best.. (i dont men your shooting).. bit i think its acceptable for the price of the rifle.. having the option for other barrels and timney triggers is also a bonus.. ill clean mine up and give her a shot.. havent even put a round down it yet but have 6 different rounds i want to try.. how do you feel about the accuracy and the rifle in general?.. thanks for the reply..
There's a lot to like about the design. Ease of servicing, barrel replacement, M-Lok forearm, adjustable LOP and cheek riser, interchangeable grips, modular trigger unit, 20 MOA rail, etc. I don't love the looks of the rifle but functionality trumps looks. I needed a tool for a purpose and it was the best option for my needs.
Apparently the chassis has been re-engineered based on a phone conversation with Ruger. I'm guessing due to magazine fitment and hopefully action fitment issues. I've heard a 1 or 2 people mention say Ruger shipped them a new chassis on their request. I just shipped my rifle back because it's easy for me and figured I may hit the lottery. My intention is to convert the rifle to .17HM2 for dealing with squirrels in an orchard.
Branding this rifle as "Precision" and not taking the additional measures to insure it actually is was wrong and dishonest on Ruger's part IMO.
Hopefully you got one of the shooters mate!