Posted August 23, 2017 12:33 am by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

The Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle is an interesting hybrid of both classic and modern.

by Josh Wayner,
The Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle, chambered in 450 Bushmaster, is the perfect mix of classic and modern firearms technology, and the result is an excellent deer hunting rifle.

Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle in 450 Bushmaster
Josh Wayner
Josh Wayner

U.S.A.

The Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle is an interesting hybrid of both classic and modern.

The Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle is an interesting hybrid of both classic and modern. The American Walnut stock and bolt action are obviously old-school, but the barrel and magazine features are strikingly modern. The appeal of the rifle is that it caters to nearly any shooter and hunter. If you want to use iron sights, the gun has excellent ghost ring setup. Want to mount a scope? You can use the integrated scout rail on the barrel or use a regular scope mounted on the receiver. Sling studs allow the addition of a sling and bipod should you want. Magazines are a simple affair and are AICS compatible. The supplied magazine holds four rounds.

Just like the .308 versions of the Scout, the stock is adjustable for length of pull by means …Read the Rest

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