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  • MODEL NUMBER: 8403
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  • CALIBER: 17 HMR
  • StockQuick-Fit Precision Rimfire Adjustable
  • Capacity9
  • Barrel Length18"
  • Overall Length35.13" - 38.63"
  • GripAR-Pattern

 

  • HandguardFree-Float With Magpul® M-LOK® Slots
  • Handguard FinishHard Black Anodized
  • Thread Pattern1/2"-28
  • Length of Pull12" - 15.50"
  • SightsNone-Rail Installed

 

  • BarrelThreaded Cold Hammer-Forged 1137 Alloy Steel
  • Weight6.8 lb.
  • Twist1:9" RH
  • Grooves6
  • Suggested Retail$529.00

Also available in 22Mag, meh, I want a .17 and I just placed my order. Hoping it arrives Friday so I can take it to Michigan.

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You're like an old girl friend I had......such a tease!   Show your boobs and then say you can't touch!

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If this is like the last Ruger tease you did I'll not hold my breath.

 

All hat, no cattle.

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I have waited for a year for this one and already have cash in hand. I will likely be retiring one of my most used guns and replacing it with the new Ruger. 

 

I gotta admit I am personally happy to see this one come out. I will still have to wait for the Precision in 22-250 with a 1 in 7" twist barrel but the one that is coming will get a lot more shooting through it.

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:tap:

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300 Win Mag and 338 Lapua.  :tiphat:

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A Precision Rimfire in .17HMR. Whadda 'ya wanna bet?

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35 minutes ago, Longhair said:

A Precision Rimfire in .17HMR. Whadda 'ya wanna bet?

I figured maybe he was trying to fool us by putting it in the rimfire section, but if it's truly a rimfire, that would be my bet.

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:TS2:

Oh is this in the rimfire section? Must not have scrolled down the list far enough. Or too far, where is the shotgun armory at?

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11 hours ago, MontanaLon said:

:TS2:

Oh is this in the rimfire section? Must not have scrolled down the list far enough. Or too far, where is the shotgun armory at?

A .17cal shotgun would indeed be a big announcement.

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Ok, this time you've teased us good. That is a sick rifle and I may be in need of getting one.

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What do I win? :bellylaf:

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Man, you guys are rough.  :laugh:

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Does it have the same 20MOA rail as the original baby RPR? The same style configurable length bolt throw?

The picture looks like it does, but that might just be a generic stock photo of a PRF.

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16 minutes ago, Longhair said:

Does it have the same 20MOA rail as the original baby RPR? The same style configurable length bolt throw?

The picture looks like it does, but that might just be a generic stock photo of a PRF.

It comes with a 0 moa rail. Everyone knows the .17HMR will shoot to 600yds flat so it really doesn't need it. :bellylaf:

 

Bolt throw is configurable. 

 

Mine will be here Friday. Going to have to rob a scope off another rifle because Mav's .22 RPR is going to lose the 4-16 Vortex to this one. Will have to look in the safe and see what I have. Will be a simple swap as all of the AR's have Burris PEPR mounts.

 

The Michigan squirrels are going to be running scared. After deer season ends in Illinois the squirrels here will be running scared too. Going to leave some tree rat recipes on the counter for the wife to study.

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