Ruger Precision Rifle RPR – Test fire video and review

This amazing bolt-action platform gun will have you wanting to shoot more. The Ruger Precision Rifle (RPR) is a bolt-action rifle, but in an AR platform. The calibers will come in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, and .243. The rifle has a butt stock that folds to the left with the press of a button. On the butt stock it also has a length of pull adjustment as well as a comb height. The magazine release is extended for easy mag changes. The platform is able to take Pmags and steel mags. The action is extremely smooth and has a large tear drop. The keymod rail makes it easy to add accessories on the RPR. With the rifle being threaded being able to add any muzzle break or suppressor makes the shooter have an even better shooting experience when on the range or hunting. Overall this rifle has everything that you could ever wish for in a rifle.

Shooting RPR was an amazing experience! This rifle has very little kick from the .308. The RPR has the same controls as an AR which makes it simple to use. When shooting the Ruger the trigger is an accu-style trigger, and it comes in about 4 pounds. There is no creep in the trigger which makes for a clean break when pressing the trigger. The ergonomics of the RPR  makes the rifle very easy to shoot and very comfortable. I can say I was very excited and pleased at its performance and precision. 

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One thought on “Ruger Precision Rifle RPR – Test fire video and review

  • August 6, 2015 at 7:54 PM

    bought one in 243. will shoot the berger bullet in it at precision matches.
    What is being overlooked is this rifle could be a great match rifle in NRA High Power Rifle
    matches. Add a set of precision iron sights, and your good to go. the bolt cycles inside the
    faux buffer tube, much like a Tubbs rifle. no need to move your head off stock when cycling bolt.


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