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How much is a Ruger Precision 308?

How much is a Ruger Precision 308?

Now Available in Magnum Calibers

Model: 18028
Caliber: 308 Win
Capacity: 10
Barrel Length: 20″
MSRP: $1879.00

Are Ruger precision rifles worth it?

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly precision rifle, then I’d recommend getting the Ruger Precision Rifle. It’s incredibly affordable for the market (only costs $1,200 at Cabela’s pre-pandemic), and comes with so many extras that you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store.

How much does a precision rifle cost?

Most precision rifles on the list are less than $2,000, but they’re all worth a look.

How far can a Ruger Precision Rifle shoot?

~2000 yards

Ruger Precision Rifle
Action Bolt-action
Effective firing range 1600 yards
Maximum firing range ~2000 yards
Feed system 10-round detachable box magazine

How far can a 308 shoot?

The simple answer is that with a good bullet, a . 308 can shoot effectively up to around 1000 meters at sea level pressure. While aerodynamical ability in projectiles has advanced tremendously in recent years, this range can be extended even further by selecting the right bullet for longer distances.

Does the Ruger precision rifle have a threaded barrel?

This Ruger Precision 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle is equipped with a collapsible Ruger Precision MSR stock and a 24-inch threaded barrel. The rifle sports a hybrid muzzle brake and a reversible AR-style selector safety.

Does Remington make a precision rifle?

New for 2020, the Remington Model 700 PCR Enhanced bolt-action rifle adds even more advanced accuracy features to the Model 700 PCR, including Remington chassis frame, handguard and barreled action – now Cerakoted in black for added all-weather protection, 10-round detachable MagPul magazine and an adjustable MDT …

What distance should you zero a 308?

308 Winchester 2,800 fps, we’d have to aim 369 inches above a 1,000-yard target to drop our bullet on it. That’s 30.75 feet of drop. At a more common, reasonable hunting range of 300 yards that drop would “only” be about 23 inches. Meaning if you aimed a foot over the deer’s back, you might hit it in the heart.