The Ruger American Rifle Ranch is now configured to accept AR-style magazines, further increasing the overall potential capacity of your rifle. The New Ruger Ameican Rifle Ranch in 300 Blackout features a cold hammer-forged threaded barrel, resulting in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy, longevity and easy cleaning.
Finally have been able to get it to the range and am very impressed. Functions well with all my 10 and 20 round AR magazines. Have a Spider 1 - 4 scope and will shout quarter size groups. No functioning problems at all. Very impressed with Sportsmans Outdoor Superstore. I am considering the same rifle in 223 and will order through them.
I bought one of the first rifles that use a rotary mag and it’s been a good rifle. Recently bought the AR mag version and I’m a little disappointed. Bolt is not near as easy to throw and doesn’t always release empty case rim sticks in extractor and I have to manually pull the spent case free. Whole lot of mag wiggle as well. I’ll polish the bolt and run some rounds through it in hopes it’ll improve. Definitely not getting rid of my early model.
This inexpensive RARR has exceeded my expectations. Yes, the stock is light and cheap, but for under $400 you can’t expect much. I get excellent accuracy out of Hornady Sub-X 194 grain subsonic ammo at 60 and 120 yards, and under 1/2 MOA out of Winchester 150 grain Deer Season XP at 120. Yes, you read that right. With a Rugged Radiant 7.62 suppressor, I get 103db peak at the ear with sub sonic ammo under a steel roof....
This gun is solid. I love the fact I can use AR mags with it! I'm using 190gr Hornady ammo with a ATN 2x8 thermal scope and it's very accurate and very fun! The problem though minor, is reloading fast. It just doesn't like fast action movement. If that's the only problem so far, then great job Ruger! You can't beat it for the price! Highly recommend for pig and predator hunting!