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204 Ruger Background
The popular .204 Ruger is the second collaboration between Ruger and Hornady and originally intended for varmint rifles. Known for its accuracy and efficiency, the .204 Ruger fills the gap between .22 and .17 caliber rounds to provide higher velocities with its small mass and flat trajectory.
The 204 Ruger's parent case is the .222 Remington Magnum. It sports a rimless, bottleneck case. Its neck is 5.87 millimeters in diameter, extending to 9.14mm at the shoulder and 9.56mm at the base. The rim is 9.6mm in diameter and 1.14mm thick. The case is 47 mm long, contributing to the cartridges 54.4 mms.
The bullet is 5.2mm and comes in grains between 32 and 40. Its accompanying velocity and energy are dependent on size. Check with individual listings for specifics.
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc., was opened In Connecticut in 1949 with a $50,000 investment and the belief of founders William B. Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm that building consistent, quality firearms would make the sustain the fledgling firearms company.
The company is headquartered in Southport and has manufacturing operations in Newport, New Hampshire; Prescott, Arizona; and Mayodan, North Carolina. It also operates a number of subsidiaries: Ruger Precision Metals, LLC, in Earth City, Missouri; Pine Tree Castings in Newport; and Ruger Sportswear & Accessories in Mayodan.
Between 1986 and 2010, Ruger was produced the highest number of civilian firearms in the world, 15.3 million. The company delineates its products into nine different firearm categories: bolt-action rifles, single-shot rifles, autoloading rifles, lever-action rifles, shotguns, centerfire pistols, rimfire pistols, double-action revolvers, and single-action revolvers.
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