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New Ruger Precision Bolt Action Rifle

Ruger Precision Rifle

We just received news that Ruger is rolling out a new model of rifle called the Ruger Precision Bolt Action Rifle. The rifle is being introduce in three calibers: .308 Win, 6.5 Creekmoor, and .243 Win.

Ruger is using a Samson rail and a the barrels are threaded with a cap in case you want to install a muzzle device or suppressor. The rifle supports AR-15 handguards, grips, and stocks. It also accepts SR-25 and Magpul mags. Also note that the provided stock side folds.

Model Number





Barrel Length

Folded Length

Overall Length




Length of Pull


Suggested Retail


308 Win


Folding, Adjustable Length of Pull and Comb Height

Cold Hammer- Forged,

5R Rifling



38.25'' - 41.75"



9.70 lbs.

12.00''- 15.50''




6.5 Creedmoor


Folding, Adjustable Length of Pull and Comb Height

Cold Hammer- Forged,

5R Rifling



42.25'' - 45.75''



10.60 lbs.

12.00''- 15.50''




243 Win


Folding, Adjustable Length of Pull and Comb Height

Cold Hammer- Forged,

5R Rifling



44.25'' - 47.75''



11.00 lbs.

12.00''- 15.50''



  • Medium contour (.75’’ at the muzzle) barrel features 5/8’’-24 threads. Thread protector installed.
  • Highly accurate cold hammer-forged 4140 chrome-moly steel barrel with Ruger 5R Rifling at minimum bore and groove dimensions, minimum-headspace and centralized chamber.
  • Supplied with Samson Evolution Keymod Handguard. May be configured with any AR-style handguard.
  • 20 MOA Picatinny rail secured with four #8-40 screws for increased long-range elevation capabilities.
  • “Upper” receiver and one-piece bolt are precision CNC-machined from pre-hardened 4140 chrome-moly steel to minimize distortion.
  • Three-lug bolt with 70 ̊ throw features dual cocking cams and a smooth-running, full diameter bolt body.
  • In-line recoil path manages recoil directly from the rear of the receiver to the buttstock, not through a traditional bedding system, providing maximum accuracy potential.
  • Ruger® Precision MSR stock with QD sling attachment points features a bottom Picatinny rail and soft rubber buttpad. The left-folding stock hinge is attached to an AR-style buffer tube and accepts any AR-style stock.
  • Barrels can be easily replaced by acompetent gunsmith using AR-style wrenches and headspace gauges.
  • Magazine well front is contoured for a positive grip for bracing against shooting supports.
  • Oversized bolt handle for positive bolt manipulation,with 5/16"-24 thread for easy replacement. Bolt disassembly tool stored in the bolt shroud for easy striker channel cleaning.
  • “Lower” magazine well halves are precision machined from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum forging and are Type III hard coat anodized for maximum durability.
  • Multi-Magazine Interface functions interchangeably with M110/SR25/DPMS/Magpul® and AICS magazines; supplied with two 10-round Magpul® PMAGs.
  • Ruger Marksman Adjustable trigger is externally adjustable with a pull weight range of 2.25 to 5.0 lbs.; wrench of stored in the bolt shroud.
  • Extended trigger-reach AR-style grip and 45 ̊reversible safety selector .May be configured with any AR-style grip and selector.

We don't yet know when deliveries will start but will post updates when available.

Below are some videos from Ruger on the rifle.

8 thoughts on “New Ruger Precision Bolt Action Rifle”

  • Bob Kononiuk

    Will you have one of these new Ruger precision rifles in stock soon in 6.5 creedmore? Estimated price?

    Thanks from a previous happy customer of yours.

    • OCG

      Hi Bob,

      We've contacted our Ruger distributor and asked them to place an order but don't yet know what the selling price will be. Definitely no more than MSRP and hopefully less. We'll add the rifle to the coming soon section of our store and then you'll be able to receive a notification when they come in.

  • jOHN

    Looking to buy 6.5 Creedmoor precision Rifle

  • Bruce

    Looking for the 6.5 also.

  • Victor Franklin
    Victor Franklin August 4, 2015 at 9:31 am

    Looking for the .308

  • CK

    I have ordered the 6.5 Creedmoor, hope to get the rifle by Dec.2015

  • Cody

    Also looking for this rifle in 6.5. Any word yet on orders coming in?

  • leo

    when is these 6.5 creedmoor precision going to be available. Rueger has been taking so much time to fill the orders of there distributors. It sounds like they are not competent to run there manufacturing business.

    They keep telling that they have supplier issue. But for over a year behind in production with these 6.5 precision is not an excuse.

    I am hoping other companies step up to the plate and start manufacturing 6.5 precision rifle. There would only give Rueger some competition.

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