IN-RUT Typical Light Mountain Rifle
Normal Price: $3,850 Introductory Price: $2,995
IN-RUT Typical Light mountain rifles are built for the backcountry! Assembled one at a time, our mountain rifles are light, smooth, accurate (we guarantee a 1/2″ MOA up to 100 yards with all of our rifles) and made to take whatever you can throw at it. The process in which IN-RUT builds our custom mountain rifles ensures that our customers receive the best quality, and most accurate rifles at an affordable price.
IN-Rut Typical Mountain Rifle Overview
IN-RUT Typical Light Mountain Rifle Specs
Our actions are one of the best you’ll find on the market. Smooth bolt strokes, tight-tolerances, two-position safety, are exactly what serious hunters hope to see in a high-performance action. This is the rifle you’ve been waiting for!
- Any Caliber (No Wildcats)
- 6.5 – 6.9 LBS (Weight Depends On Caliber)
- Remington 700 True’d Action
- IN-RUT Carbon Stock (1lb)
- Tapped 8/40 Base Holes
- Thicker Recoil Lug
- Sporter Lightweight Cut Rifled Barrel (Your Choice In Length)
- Jewell Trigger (You Tell Us The Poundage)
- Recessed Target Crown
- Set Your Length Of Pull
- Cerakote Black Metal
- Tons Of Stock Color Options (One Color Web Painting)
We guarantee that every rifle we produce will shoot 1/2″ MOA at 100 yards in 30 caliber or smaller and 1″ MOA at 100 yards anything over 30 caliber. We shoot ever rifle before it leaves our facility. Then we send you a copy of the target shot with your rifle, complete with load data or factory ammunition used. We don’t ship the rifle if it does not meet our accuracy guarantee. Period.
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Precision Shooting Technology
I bought my first in-rut rifle in .264 win mag in the fall of 2017 just in time for Mule Deer season. The gun was scary accurate grouping shots well into Sub-moa with factory loads. I love the gun so much I bought two more since then. All three guns are insanely accurate and are first class in fit, finish, and quality. My .300 wsm shot .25 inches at 350 yards. I carried my .300 wsm on a recent Dall Sheep & Mountain Caribou combo hunt in the NWT. I was able to harvest my Dall sheep at just over 360 yards and my Mountain Caribou at 225 yards. Both shots went right where I was aiming and anchored the animals where they were standing. If you’re looking for long range accuracy with factory ammo you don’t need to look any further than In-Rut Rifles.
First off, I would like to say “wow” awesome rifle! When I first started looking for a custom rifle I was overwhelmed at the possibilities. I knew I wanted a 6.5 Creedmoor but wasn’t sure from who. One of my best friends and hunting buddies told me about In-Rut Rifles and that he had ordered one in 308 Remington. At the time it hadn’t come in but he said that “those guys were very responsive and knowledgeable.
So on his word I called them up. I spoke with Mark and if was as if I’d known him forever. We talked about what I wanted and what I would do with it. I decided on the 6.5 non-typical. I had explained my upcoming trip to Africa and time was of the essence. With that being said they agreed they could make it work in my time frame.
Moving forward I got my rifle in plenty of time for my African hunt so I went to the range and it shot perfectly. At 200 yards I was getting 3/4” groups with custom loaded 143 Hornady ELDX. I topped it with a Nightforce scope and it was perfectly balanced.
When I got to Africa my PH told me I didn’t have enough rifle but 10 days and 9 animals later I proved him wrong. I’ve since killed several wild hogs at well over 300 yards and whitetails as well. I have 14 various caliber rifles custom and factory but my In-Rut Rifle is by far the most balanced and accurate.
Thanks Again Mark and In-Rut