Ruger AR-556 On Sale

Bourbon City Firearms is selling a Ruger AR-556 for $589.99!

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When Ruger decided to get into the AR market with their SR-556 they used a two-stage piston design. The SR-556 is reliable and accurate but it’s also expensive. The new AR-556 is a direct gas impingement AR. A gas gun is lighter and less costly to produce than a piston gun and when done correctly is every bit as reliable. The AR-556 is made in Ruger’s new factory in Mayodan, North Carolina, is 100% American made and produced almost entirely from parts made by Ruger. These parts include the upper and lower receivers and the 1:8 twist barrel with a chamber optimized to run both 5.56 NATO and .223 Remington ammunition. Ruger chose not to chrome line the barrel (something only military full-auto weapons in sustained firing benefit from) but chrome plated the bearing surface of the gas key and the inside of the bolt carrier where the bolt resides.
Source: http://www.downrange.tv/blog/torture-testing-the-new-ruger-ar-556/31594/

All of the AR-556’s controls are of the typical AR configuration and can be found in their usual locations, including the charging handle, safety selector, magazine release and trigger. Although some budget-conscious carbines have been relieved of their forward assists and dust covers, they are both present on the right side of this model. The buffer tube has mil-spec dimensions and is fitted with a basic six-position shoulder stock that has a checkered butt plate and a sling mount.
Source: https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2014/12/15/ruger-ar-556/

During initial testing, the Ruger AR-556 repeatedly hit a 6-inch steel plate offhand at 100 yards with standard factory sights.
Source:  http://www.gunsandammo.com/first-look/first-look-ruger-ar-556/#ixzz4oAZFkJTd

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