WTS WA Ruger Precision Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor - Package

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  1. token3495

    token3495
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    I hate to do this, but I am selling my lightly used Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor ~200 rounds of Hornady Amax/ELD and Prime.

    Included:
    • Ruger Precision Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor
      • Adjustable trigger - currently at 2.25 lbs
      • Two 10-rd Pmags
      • Factory bolt shroud also included
      • Dope out to 1440 yards with factory ELD-Match available
    • Vortex 4-16x50 FFP MRAD scope ($899.99)
      • Factory Bikini covers also included
      • no scope ring marks
    • Burris XTR scope rings ($64.99)
    • Titanium gun parts aluminum blot shroud - black ($35.00)
    • Butler Creek scope caps ($20.00)
    • Vortex Switchview ($59.00)

    Package total: $2,279
    Selling price: SOLD

    Price is FIRM - no trades
    I will not break up the package

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  2. bobdog308

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    Nice weapon! mine did not group at all.
     
  3. token3495

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    Interesting. what ammo were you shooting? With both the Hornady ELD-M 140gr and Prime 130gr they were both .5 MOA if I did my part.
     
  4. bobdog308

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    Weird,.... But not unusual for ruger. I was using hornady 140 eld match, 120 amax match, and 143 precision hunter eld. 2" groups, ultra tight bolt feed and extraction with the 120 a max match. A friend of mine has the .243 win version and his shoots only 1" Moa with perfect hand loads. Both of us were in special ops in the army so it not our marksmanship. Just mass production at its finest. Yours looks sweet though. Glad it shoots.
     
  5. Iceman04503

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    My RPR 308 groups 0.5". Love mines. Awesome rifle for the price.
     
  6. bobdog308

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    I think there are really good ones and really bad ones out there just the same. They sure are pretty though.
     
  7. token3495

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    Agreed about mass produced rifles. I was shooting along side another 6.5 RPR about a month ago and he was having trouble grouping with his 120 AMAX's. Gave him some ELD-M and he grouped better but not the same as mine.

    Thanks for your service.
     
  8. LMM Bill

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    Took my RPR .308 for its 2nd spin today
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    This group was at 100 yds. Could be better, could be worse
     
  9. 68w

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    Interested. Where are you located?
     
  10. token3495

    token3495
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    Seattle
     
  11. Dr Dan 1911

    Dr Dan 1911
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    Will you sell without the scope?
     
  12. token3495

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    Not at this time. Thanks!
     
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