[NRA 2019] New Ruger Rifles in .350 Legend
Rob Reed 05.02.19
Ruger exhibited their new rifles chambered for the .350 Legend cartridge at the 2019 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits. The .350 Legend cartridge is designed to offer improved ballistic performance over existing straight-walled cartridges and should be popular with hunters in those states that mandate straight-walled cartridges for certain game in certain locations.
The Ruger American Rifle Ranch in .350 Legend is available in in a Standard version with a overall length of 36″ and a length of pull of 13.75″ and the Compact version has a overall length of 34.75″ and a length of pull of 12.50″.
Both versions of this bolt-action rifle feature the Ruger Marksman Adjustable Trigger, a synthetic stock, Factory-installed, one-piece Picatinny scope base, cold hammer-forged barrel threaded with included thread protector, and a detachable five-round AR style magazine.
The Ruger AR-556 MPR brings the .350 Legend cartridge to the semi-auto AR style platform.
The rifle features an aerospace grade 7075-T6 aluminum receiver, the Ruger Elite 452 AR-Trigger, Magpul MOE grip and MOE SL collapsible buttstock, Magpul M-Lok accessory attachment slots along the 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00 positions and a free-floated handguard.
For more information on the new .450 Legend rifles from Ruger watch this video from the 2019 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits.