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Old April 7, 2013, 09:56 AM   #2
PVL
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You're preaching to the choir, in my case.

My American in .308 Winchester had a problem with the scope bases being out of whack, but I dealt with that problem and have been very happy with the gun's accuracy.

One humorous note here is that the Ruger American was bought to serve as a backup for my beautiful, pricey Browning BLR - but the Ruger's groups are about half the size of the Browning's.

A lot of shooters are running across this problem with the American Vs their old favorite rifle, from what I understand...

Sure, it's kinda ugly and has to be oiled constantly so that it won't rust ( especially the outside finish on the barrel ) - but the accuracy is phenomenal.
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