Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine
Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine is a steel factory 10-round magazine for Ruger Scout rifles in
.308 Win/7.62x51mm. However these factory replacement magazines are built to last a lifetime
using black oxide steel with heat-treated spring wire internals for maximum reliability
Inspired by Jeff Cooper’s iconic Scout Rifle design, also the Ruger Gunsite Scout delivers flexible,
field-ready bolt-action precision at a value that’s tough to beat.
Importantly these factory magazines will keep your Gunsite Scout running smooth for years to come
Furthermore these 10-round magazines are engineered to meet Ruger’s exacting
factory standards and designed for use with Gunsite Scout and Ruger Precision Rifles chambered in .
308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .243 Win.
Besides you can trust Ruger magazines to get the job done every time.
Nevertheless Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine fits the Gunsite Scout Rifle chambered in 308 Win,
6.5 Creedmoor and other 308 Win-sized cartridges.
Moreover 60% glass-filled polymer design for strength and durability.
In addition to this Stainless steel spring provides reliable
feeding and corrosion resistance
Designed to function with many Al-style bottom
metal assemblies in 308 Wi-sized cartridges.
Furthermore Dust cover equally protects rounds from
damage and debris during transportation and storage.
Ruger Gunsite Scout concept is the brainchild of Colonel Jeff Cooper.
Cooper was literally a legend in his own time: a WWII veteran, prolific author,
and the father of modern defensive pistolcraft.
However He founded what becameknoqn as the iconic Gunsite Training Center,
and at least to some extent, the very idea of combative
firearms training as we know it today.
It was intended to be a general-purpose rifle for a military
scout – from engaging at distance to fighting
relatively close, to hunting large game, the scout rifle was expected to do it all.
Furthermore the Ruger gunsite Scout 308 is the perfect lightweight,
Is Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine A Good Rifle?
Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine is solid enough to
make recoil easily manageable,
but is short and light enough to handle really well.
Moreover Shooting with irons is fun,
but I chose to equip this gun with a traditional
scout-style IER scope from Burris.
Reliability with the gun is excellent, once you get the hang of it.
The stock features a soft rubber buttpad with
buttpad spacers that allow the rifle
to be properly sized for different shooters or varying levels of
outerwear (three, 1/2” spacers included).
Lightweight synthetic stock models feature a forward
aluminum bedding block and
rear aluminum pillar that positively locate the receiver.
A rugged and reliable glass-reinforced nylon trigger
guard and magazine well are perfectly inlet in the stock.
Furthermore the scout rifle is a conceptual class of general-purpose rifles
defined and promoted by Jeff Cooper in the early 1980s
that bears similarities in design and function to guide guns, mountain rifles,
and other rifle archetypes that emphasize comfortable
portability and practical accuracy over firepower.
The free-floating, cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling
that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity
Does Ruger Still Make Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazine?
Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 Magazines is a bolt-action rifle introduced by Sturm, Ruger & Co.
at the 2011 SHOT Show. However It is a re-designed scout rifle based on their Model 77
action and developed with Gunsite Training Center.
Besides with the heavy-reticle scope attached. The owner put on a 36x target scope
to verify the rifle, and shot many sub-inch groups at 100 yards with match ammo.
In addition With hunting ammo and the proper scope attached, as we proved,
the accuracy was 1.2 to 1.5 inches, depending on type of ammo
used, at least on a par with the Ruger.
- Glass-Reinforced Nylon Trigger Guard and Magazine Well
- Adjustable Ghost Ring Rear Sight
- Buttpad Spacers Allow for Adjustable Length of Pull
- Forward-Mounted Picatinny Rail
Ruger Scout bolt Rifle Information
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United States of America
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