Ruger Introduces the new SR-762 in .308 Win./7.62 NATO

Ruger SR762
Ruger SR-762

Now hunters and shooters have a new platform for the popular and versatile .308 Win./7.62 NATO cartridge! Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. has just announced the new Ruger SR-762, bringing the .308 Win./7.62 NATO cartridge to the popular SR-556 family of rifles. The SR-762 offers the downrange authority of the .308 in a two-stage, piston-driven rifle that runs cooler and cleaner than traditional gas-driven AR-style rifles.

The SR-762 is an ideal rifle for those who appreciate the familiar and ergonomic AR-style platform. The .308 Win./7.62 NATO cartridge is perfect for hunting medium and most large-sized game and enhances the capability of the AR-style platform in defensive or tactical roles.

The SR-762 retains the features of the original SR-556 that make it a solid performer among AR-style rifles. The patent-pending, two-stage piston delivers a smooth power stroke to the one-piece bolt carrier, which reduces felt recoil and improves the rifle’s durability. The four-position gas regulator allows the shooter to tune the rifle to function reliably with a broad variety of ammunition and in varying environmental conditions.

rugersr762hnt4evr102113A heavy contour, 16.12” chrome-lined, cold hammer forged barrel with a 1:10” twist features exterior fluting to minimize weight, yet provides outstanding accuracy. With the Ruger Lightweight Adaptable handguard in place, the SR-762 weighs 8.6 pounds and balances comfortably.

Three 20-round MAGPUL PMAG magazines are provided with the SR-762. Folding backup iron sights, a Hogue Monogrip, Picatinny rail sections and rail covers add considerable value to the package, as does the six-position stock, sight adjustment tool, and a soft-sided carry case.

The Ruger SR-762 has an MSRP of $2,195.

4 thoughts on “Ruger Introduces the new SR-762 in .308 Win./7.62 NATO”

  1. Ruger builds “quality” and stands behind their products. This new rifle should perform as described, and I want one. WATCH OUT BAMBI …

  2. Knock $1,000 off of the price, and I’d probably buy one. You can get a Rock River Arms 7.62 with what’s probably a better barrel, vs the Ruger’s better gas system, and save almost a grand…..

  3. wow! so now i wont be alone out in the woods hunting elk with my scar 17 ? awesome !! i think the adjustable gas pressure , makes it more versatile than my scar! hope the accuracy is as good,,,, welcome aboard ruger!!!!! everyone go out and buy one ! these are not assault rifles, these put food on the table, and with a twenty round clip, ya dont have to look in your pack to find a soaked wet box of shells. one clip and head out for the weekend hunt.

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