Take the Ruger Customer Survey & Enter to Win Ruger AR-556 MPR ‘Merica’ Rifle

Warning: You only have limited time to complete the survey and enter to win. Giveaway ends November 8th, 2019.

Ruger Customer Survey & Enter to Win Ruger AR-556 MPR 'Merica' Rifle
Ruger Customer Survey & Enter to Win Ruger AR-556 MPR ‘Merica’ Rifle

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Our friends at Sturm, Ruger & Co. are letting AmmoLand News giveaway a $1000 Ruger AR-556 MPR Rifle with the American Flag Cerakote finish, what we like to call the “Merica Rifle“, for anyone that completes their very short online survey.

Now you have seen us run great gun giveaways from Ruger in the past, but this one is different. Your odds of winning are a whole lot better as we are only running the survey/giveaway for just eight (8) days and you can only win if you complete the entire survey and enter your email on the final page (keep clicking to the end) of the short survey. Again the winners will be picked only from those individuals that complete the online survey, so your odds of winning go way up. One entry person.

Ruger AR-556 MPR Merica Rifle

  • Stock Synthetic, Collapsible
  • Handguard Free-Float With Magpul® M-LOK® Slots
  • Sights None
  • Barrel Length 18″
  • Thread Pattern 1/2″-28
  • Twist1: 8″ RH
  • Capacity 30
  • Finish American Flag Cerakote
  • Height 8″
  • Weight 6.8 lb.
  • Overall Length 35″ – 38.25″
  • Length of Pull 11.10″ – 14.40″
  • Grooves 5
  • Suggested Retail $949.00
  • Lower receiver is fitted with Magpul® MOE® grip and MOE SL® collapsible buttstock on a Mil-Spec buffer tube.
  • Handguard is free-floated for accuracy and the slim, 15″ length provides enhanced ergonomics.
  • Bolt is mil-spec 9310 and is machined and shot-peened for strength and durability.
  • The Ruger® Elite 452® AR-Trigger is a two-stage trigger that offers a smooth, crisp, 4.5-pound trigger pull. It features a full-strength hammer spring for consistent primer ignition and a lightweight hammer that enables a faster lock time for improved accuracy.
  • Magpul® M-LOK® accessory attachment slots along the 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00 positions with additional slots on the angled faces near the muzzle.
    Ruger® muzzle brake is a radial port design that significantly reduces felt recoil and muzzle movement. The threaded barrel allows for standard muzzle accessories to be installed.
  • Cold hammer-forged 4140 chrome-moly steel barrel with ultra-precise rifling provides exceptional accuracy, longevity, and easy cleaning. The 1:8″ twist rate stabilizes bullets from 35 to 77 grains, and the 5.56 NATO chamber allows the use of both 5.56 NATO and .223 Rem. ammunition. M4 feed ramps provide improved reliability, and the matte black nitrided finish provides corrosion resistance.
  • Made from aerospace-grade 7075-T6 aluminum forging, the flat top upper receiver includes a forward assist, dust cover and brass deflector.
    Bolt carrier and gas key have chrome-plated inside diameters to provide exceptional resistance to hot gases. The gas key is staked so that it will not loosen after extensive firing.
  • Rifle-length gas system provides smoother operation and reduces felt recoil.
  • Also includes: one, 30-round Magpul® PMAG® magazine.

* Color and shade may vary from photo.

Complete the Survey and Enter to win HERE! [Survey Has Ended.]

Giveaway Rules & Conditions

  • The giveaway entry dates run from  November 1st, 2019 to November 8th, 2019 with the winner drawn on November 11th, 2019.
  • Everyone who completes the online survey and enters their email on the last page of the survey will be entered to win.
  • Eligible Winners, must be 18 years of age, a legal resident of the United States and be lawfully eligible under local, state and federal rules to accept the transfer of firearms through a licensed Federal Firearms Licensee. NOTE: Residents DC, CT, NJ, IL, MD, and NY may not be eligible to win. Take your complaints up with your local anti-gun lawmakers.
  • FFL Transfer Fees and Taxes are not included and are the winner’s responsibility.
  • No monetary compensation or substitution for ineligible winners. You are just out of luck.

About Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
Ruger Firearms

Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market. As a full-line manufacturer of American-made firearms, Ruger offers consumers over 400 variations of more than 30 product lines. For more than 60 years, Ruger has been a model of corporate and community responsibility. Our motto, “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens,” echoes the importance of these principles as we work hard to deliver quality and innovative firearms. See more at www.ruger.com

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Would be awesome to win. Thanks for the chance. Completed survey


Never saw a ruger AR make it through a class


I have several Ruger items , but I do not have this one , so it would be a complete joy to add this one to my collection !!!


It’s not what you can do with your rifle, it’s what your rifle can do for you. My new Ruger 556 (trademarked) would help me in my transformation and I would be a John Wick ninja SEAL sniper Barret Ranger. Oh yeah, I’m winning this Merican rifle to be the ultimate Merican. After I win, me and my Peekingnese dog shall beging HALOing in on the bad guys next day.


Love my Ruger pistols (EC9s, Security 9 and American in .45) But I could really use another rifle (this time a Ruger) too. Who couldn’t?


i love my Ruger firearms as well.
i own several.


I look forward to winning a Ruger rifle to compliment my 5.56×45 carbine, a bigger bore has advantages as a stopper. I’ll forward to having a bigger, heavier bullet .
The 45/70/405 was universally popular. The survey I can afford.

Small Arms Master Gunner

I’m curious how this will be handled if I, or anyone else in California, is lucky enough to be the winner.

*Has to be configured into a law compliant rifle, or sent as an illegal “assault rifle” (whatever that is).

*Standard capacity magazines cannot be sold, given, or transferred to any resident of California.

*Most likely some hidden state law has outlawed the flag motif also.

American Patriot

Then you have to give it up to a Free State American……Sucks to be you!


Which state is that persay? No state is free, Alaska has the least gun regulations but they still arent free. Any one buying a gun has thier name recorded into a goverment list especially in a online thing like this. I suppose there are a few that get around it with gun shows, but that will be closed soon enough everywhere. Free would mean it would be like pcp pellet guns, there’s no serial number its sent through the mail, and no ones name was ever attached to it. There are no regulations on them, so it could be a… Read more »


Its the same as New York, it will have a fixed 5 shot magazine, or it will be bolt action. Not sure why any one would want to win this, you would 100 percent be put on a goverment watch list.


Hello, McFly If you’ve ever purchased any firearm and they did a background check You’re on a list and unless you’re a super hacker just coming to a site like this puts you on a list. $hit, if you own a smartphone and it ever heard any of the blacklisted words you are on a list.


Ruger is a fine rifle, I have never had any problems with them. Planning on taking mine out to exercise it on coyotes this winter with my grandson, very good exercise for both the rifle and its owner.


That American Flag Cerakote is going to be the envy of the range.

Ryben Flynn

Seems sort of silly to enter my email to subscribe to something I’m already subscriber to at the end of the survey. Oh, well. I entered. One can never have to many guns.


I wondered about that myself.