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RUGER GO WILD САМО TEST FIRED By Aaron Cook Hunting & Fishing New Zealand, Franklin laying with a new piece of kit is always a fun time, sol was pleased to be asked to perform a review of the new Ruger American in "Go Wild" camo stock with a Cerakoted Creedmoor calibre if the rifle's bronze barrel and action. accuracy and my own ability were up to the mark Aslchambered a round out there in the field I was The rifle:I think younger hunters in particular will go for reminded of the Ruger functionality. The action was this new Ruger, as it's quite stunning from the get-go with the Go Wild camo stock, which not only looks cool but camouflages it well in the field nice and smooth, and I found the safety well-placed Complementing the appearance is the factory Cerakoted bronze barrel/ action. Cerakote is an exterior coating of a film that provides an extra degree of protection from the elements. The Ruger is threaded and supplied o keep on target to make sure the hit was exactly where l was aiming. No complete with a muzzle brake, plust'sbced nicely and, at 6.6lbs, a comfortable weight to sneak around the scrub when out on the hill Accuracy straight out of the box was also great The rifle comes with a standard three-round magazine, but if you cull arp price of $1199. believe it will be very well received, especially by goats or just like to have extra fire-power you can buy mags with larger capacity, such as regular five and 10-round mags, or you could go for thewanting something that's not as plain as the stereotypical black stock/ four-round flush-fitting rotary mag. The bedding system (patent-pending) is called Power Bedding and is a particularly impressed with its "out of the box" accuracy. To upgrade to one new integral bedding block system which positively locates the receiver andhis spring, just match it up with a nice scope and you're away. Check out the free-floats the barrel for outstanding accuracy. A factory-fitted Picatinny uger advert back on page 126 and don't forget our interest-free finance rail plus the Ruger Marksman adjustable trigger, which can be set from 3lb to terms 5lb, are other great features. A one-piece, three-lug bolt, with 70 throw, provides ample scope clearance, utilising a full diameter bolt body and dual cocking cams for smooth, easy cycling from the shoulder. For the larger calibres, the factory muzzle brake is a must-have to help keep on target by reducing muzzle jump: however for the smaller calibres such as the 6.5 Creedmore l test fired, l'd swap out the muzzle brake and buy a suppressor in its place, as I don't think a muzzle brake is necessary in smaller calibres and a suppressed rifle has many other advantages. The Ruger comes in 7mm-08,243,6.5CR, 308, 30-06,.450BM and 300Win Mag. and easy to click off when l was ready for the shot. On squeezing the trigger, l waly happy with the muzzle brake as l was able muzzle jump, no nothing, the recoil was non-existent-one dead deer! Conclusion: This is a great rifle from Ruger, a real sharp looker at the equally those looking for a rifle that is distinctive and different. It's ideal for those stainless barrel look. I thoroughly enjoyed shooting this Ruger and was No muzzle jump, no nothing, the recoil was non-existent-one dead deer! 9 In the field: The testfire meant first going to the range to zero in the scope, then taking the new Ruger for a bit of a walk, with the hope of topping up the freezer with some much-needed winter venison. As luck would have it, I managed to locate a wee group of fallow deer that had come out onto the bush edge to feed. Selecting the best looking meat animal I ranged it at 350 metres. I knew this hind was well within the killing range of the 6.5 f 147

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