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Ruger AR 556 for sale delivers when it comes to accuracy. The AR-556 comes standard with a 16.10-inch barrel with a 1:8 rate-of-twist. The barrel length is typical for a carbine (better for medium range than long-range). The 1:8 rate-of-twist means that the gun can stabilize a wider variety of ammunition (anything from .33 grains to .77). The AR-556 has a front post, serrated to prevent glare. A “Rapid Deploy” rear sight can be flipped up with a button on the side. The front post can be adjusted for elevation changes with a sight tool, while the rear sight can be adjusted for windage. When taken to the range, the AR-556 excelled from zero-to-one-hundred yards (typical for a carbine sized rifle). At one hundred yards, the AR-556 shot an average of 1.51-inch five-shot groups. In a self-defense situation, accuracy is critical. The AR-556 provides just that. And if you want to boost accuracy, I recommend using an optic.
When looking at a budget rifle, reliability is one of the most crucial factors to consider. (For another budget AR-15, consider the JR Carbine Gen 3). Ruger AR 556 for sale uses a direct impingement gas system. Direct impingement systems generally cost less, are lighter weight, and have a softer recoil. However, if you don’t clean your weapon, it can degrade more quickly than alternate systems. The AR-556’s barrel doesn’t have interior chrome lining. Chrome lining can prevent wear-and-tear. Unless you’re going to take your AR-556 to the range every weekend, you’re unlikely to shoot enough rounds through it to degrade the barrel. The AR-556 also comes equipped with M4 feed ramps. M4 feed ramps are a reliable way to feed bullets into the chamber without jamming. During testing, I encountered no issues with misfeeds or jams. While not the sturdiest gun on the market, the AR-556 is reliable for its price point.