Ruger has expanded its line of piston-driven, semi-automatic centerfire rifles to include the SR-762. Chambered in .308 Win., the SR-762 uses the same piston-driven technology as its little brother, the SR-556.
The SR-762 comes standard with several value-added features, including a modular hand guard system and flip-up front and rear sights. The rifle also comes with an adjustable 6-position stock and two 20-round Magpul PMAGs. Ruger’s new SR-762 is available now at an MSRP of $2,195.
On this segment of Guns & Ammo TV, Patrick Sweeney and James Tarr test the SR-762 at the range.