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Thread: Ruger Introduces the New 308 Small-Frame Autoloading Rifle (SFAR)

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    Hey you got its sighted and is battle rifle good enough for now. A rear bag is all the diff, so just wait and see next trip. None of your gear is precision so I think you did well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pappabear View Post
    Hey you got its sighted and is battle rifle good enough for now. A rear bag is all the diff, so just wait and see next trip. None of your gear is precision so I think you did well.

    PB
    Thanks! Appreciate the perspective.


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    Just got one in from a customer we're barreling in 8.6blk 1:3.

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    I just placed an order for one. For the price I figured it was worth a try.

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    Got one in as an order. As expected, itís junk. The single screw on the gas key was not staked properly and WILL fail. We will not stock this or other Ruger AR variants because of the poor build quality. Bummer but not surprised. The only Ruger guns worth stocking are revolvers, Mark IV .22 pistols, and American rifles (though the rimfire extractors are poor).

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    Yay Ruger! My LCP Max came with the rear site being crooked. Friend bought a .357 when shot the shells would drift rearward and jam the thing. The dealer got him a new cylinder ordered under warranty.

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    I really hate reading this feedback on Rugers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediGuy View Post
    I really hate reading this feedback on Rugers.
    Me too, I’m a big fan of their products. I will look mine over close when I get it in a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty_H View Post
    Me too, I’m a big fan of their products. I will look mine over close when I get it in a week.
    Any update?

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    Yes, I did get it, I love it. I tried top upload pics, but from my phone they won't upload. I haven't shot it yet, but it feels amazing. The handguard feels a little cheap, but thats my only gripe so far. I can't decide on an optic yet, but I put irons on it already. I'm not rich and this isn't a go to war rifle so I am likely trying out one of the PA 1-10 optics.

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