RUGER Precision Rifle Aftermarket Expands Quickly with 3 New CTK Accessories

The Ruger Precision Rifle is quickly become more than a rifle and morphing into a full “platform.” While not quite there yet (as not one is making compatible aftermarket receivers), the rifle marches on with new accessories increasing its already prodigious usability and versatility.

Specifically, CTK Precision of Clintonville, Wisconsin, has announced the release of three new products for the rifle:

  1. CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Bolt Knob
  2. CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Stock Bumper
  3. CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Rifle Mag Release Extension

The new bolt knob is a CNC machined aluminum knob complete with a steel knob extension. When combined, they allow for full customization of the bolt knob orientation using a single set screw.

The stock bumper does just that, bumps the stock. Specifically, it keeps the stock from contacting the left side of the action when the stock is in a folded position, protecting the finishes.

Finally, and of most interest to me is the Mag Release Extension. The Ruger has an “AK Style” magazine release which has proven difficult for me to get my paws around when in the prone. The CTK offering drops paddles to either side of the trigger guard allowing the trigger finger to actuate the magazine release. Further, its completely ambidextrous (sorry lefties, the bolt is not ambi yet).

All CTK Ruger Precision Rifle parts are made in the United States on CNC machines.  Those interested in the parts can follow the individual links below or head direclty to www.ctkprecision.com

Details from CTK:

CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Bolt Knob:

The CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Bolt Knob offers a secure and repeatable grip, allowing you to cycle the bolt with speed, precision, and comfort.

  • Construction:
    • Bolt Knob: CNC machined from aircraft quality 6061 aluminum for high strength and low weight.
    • Knob Extension: CNC machined from high strength steel.
  • Finish:
    • Bolt Knob: Type III hard coat anodized.
    • Knob Extension: Parkerized finish provides a smooth interface to the factory bolt knob mounting point.
  • Installation: Simple and secure, requiring only a single internal set screw be tightened and allows the user to clock the bolt knob to suit their preference.
  • Weight: 1.5oz
  • Made in the USA!
  • More Info: CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Bolt Knob

CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Stock Bumper:

The CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Stock Bumper prevents the folding stock from making contact with the left side of the action while in the folded position. This eliminates noise and possible damage to the rifle’s finish.

  • Construction: CNC machined from aircraft quality 6061 aluminum for high strength and low weight.
  • Finish: Type III hard coat anodized.
  • Installation: Remove the factory length of pull adjustment knob and replace with the CTK-RPR Stock Bumper.
  • Weight: .4oz
  • Made in the USA!
  • More Info: CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Stock Bumper

CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Mag Release Extension:

The CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Mag Release Extension makes it possible to operate the magazine release without changing your grip. This ambidextrous extension places the magazine release within the reach of your extended trigger finger, leaving your off hand free to remove and replace the magazine.

  • Construction: CNC machined from aircraft quality 6061 aluminum for high strength and low weight.
  • Finish: Black Type III hard coat anodized.
  • Installation: Single screw installation is fast and simple.
  • Weight: .3oz
  • Ambidextrous
  • Made in the USA!
  • More Info: CTK Ruger Precision Rifle Mag Release Extension




Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Drew Coleman

    Now can we just get one in 223 with a 1:8 or 1:7 twist barrel? The longest range in my area is 400 yards so 308 or 6.5 or something like that would be pretty much pointless.

    • Anonymoose

      Use a micro action and AR barrels and I’m in.

      • ??

        That is brilliant!

    • ProLiberty82

      That would be great, there is the Mossberg MVP Light in .223 for something a little similar, it takes some AR furniture but most appealing to me is that it takes STANAG magazines. Now if they just made them in stainless steel (a must here on the Norwegian west coast…)

      • DIR911911 .

        Norway , cold enough to make aluminum rust

    • I’m “in the same boat,” but the minimum for our benchrest matches is 6mm. :/

    • ??

      1-7 all the way!! Why are no bolt guns made commercially in 1-7?? Savage and 1 Mossberg are the only ones. But those have a bunch of “Special add ons” and cost $1k Where is the $400 1-7 twist 5.56 chambered bolty?? Ruger, Howa!!! Im talking to you! :]

  • DW

    Have we reached “nyet, rifle is fine” status on the RPR yet? I think we just did

  • uisconfruzed

    I’m torn between the RPR & the Tikka CTR 6.5CM.