4 comments on “Initial Range Report: Ruger Precision Rimfire

  1. Yes, please do tell us more sbout thaz rifle. I‘m very excited about it and can’t wait calling one of these my own.
    Please explain about the dirt you found on that rifle. I think I missed something there.

  2. All rifles coming from the factory will be dirty to some extent from the manufacturing process. Oils, solvents, or other chemicals used in the process have residue present. So, a good practice when buying a new rifle/pistol, is to completely disassemble it (at least to a field strip level) and clean it. Especially the bore, trigger assembly, bolt, and any other surface that might be involved in the cycle of operation. Then, once complete, coat everything with an EXTREMELY LIGHT coat of oil or lubricating rust prohibitant. Dry patch the bore, and you’re good to go.

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