Gun Deals: Ruger AR-556 Pistol with Carbine Gas System $599.99

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Primary Arms has a sale on the Ruger AR-556 Pistol with Carbine Gas System for just $599.99. That is $100 OFF.

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Buy Now Gun DealsThe Ruger AR-556 is now available in pistol form. With a 10.5” barrel and SB Tactical SBA3 stabilizing brace, this compact firearm is a great option for your next truck gun or home defense gun. It comes with all the features of the full-size rifle like the 4140 chrome-moly steel cold hammer-forged barrel. This barrel has a 1:8 twist rate for stabilizing a wide variety of bullet weights from 35 up to 77 grains. The black oxide finish protects the carbon steel from rusting and is durable enough to prevent wear. Threaded 1/2×28 with an A2 style flash hider to help reduce the bright fireball common with shorter barrels.

The carbine length gas system is necessary for the short barrel length to ensure reliable function with all types of ammo. The 9” M-LOK free-float handguard protects the gas tube from getting bent and protects your hands from heat after a long string of fire. M-LOK slots along the sides and bottom allow quick attachment of lights or angled forward grips (do not attach a vertical foregrip as that changes the classification to AOW and requires an NFA tax stamp). Attached only at the barrel nut, this handguard allows the use of bipods or rests without changing the point of impact. Why file for an SBR when you can pick up this Ruger 5.56 AR Pistol today without the hassle.

Gun Deals: Ruger AR-556 Pistol with Carbine Gas System $599.99

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I bought one a couple months ago after a bad session with another make with a shorter barrel. Using rifle ammo in a short barrel is punishing in a close environment like a shooting booth or hallway. Do your research and find ammo for SBR and your problem is solved. I found Hornady Black in 5.56 75gr interlock SBR. It’s a buck a pop so it’s expensive to shoot a lot. I use a SIG Romeo5 optic with a 3x magnifier and like the gun a lot. It has a mil spec trigger so it’s not a target gun. I… Read more »

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I wish companies would stop with the 1 cent less than they want. It’s still $600. Making the first digit in the price 1 less by subtracting 1 cent does not fool anybody anymore into thinking it really is less.
Look up “psychological pricing”.