Posted May 11, 2016 9:00 am by Comments

By Richard Johnson

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<div data-cycle-hash="twmj16-ruger-td-lead" data-cycle-desc="A complete package, Ruger's new SR-556 Takedown stows small and hits big, making it a perfect survival rifle, trunk gun or discreet AR that can also quickly go from 5.56mm NATO to 300 Blackout with ease." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="twmj16-ruger-td-parts" data-cycle-desc="The upper assembly is a single unit, and while the author tested a quad-rail model, a KeyMod handguard is now available. The barrel assembly includes the front sight to ensure accuracy after being disassembled. The SR-556 Takedown has a standard lower receiver with a Magpul MOE SL buttstock." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Ruger SR-556 Takedown review parts

<div data-cycle-hash="twmj16-ruger-td-barrel" data-cycle-desc="Pulling on the locking tabs below the forend side rails allows you to turn the barrel assembly and slide it out." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Ruger SR-556 Takedown review barrel

<div data-cycle-hash="twmj16-ruger-td-range" data-cycle-desc="Although slightly front-heavy, the SR-556 Takedown was still easy to maneuver on the range, and the long quad-rail handguard made it easy to obtain a far-forward grip." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Ruger SR-556 Takedown review range

<div data-cycle-hash="twmj16-ruger-td-controls" data-cycle-desc="Ruger uses standard AR controls on the SR-556 Takedown, making it …Read the Rest

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