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Ruger's Wheelgun that wasn't: The single shot .256 Hawkeye
Want a giant handgun that shoots a supped up small caliber, super high-velocity round and has a funky loading process that you likely haven't seen before? Well you sound like a Ruger Hawkeye pistol man.(Tell me what you n ...
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Ruger's black powder hog leg: The Old Army
Most firearms companies specialize in either black powder guns, or modern smokeless powder guns. A notable example of one that dallies in both ponds is Sturm, Ruger, who have long-produced a black powder version of their ...
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The Baby Nambu and its importance to Ruger
The Baby Nambu and its importance to Ruger
The company that we know and love today as Sturm, Ruger got its start in a way from a certain Kijiro Nambu, who, in a twist of fate, was a Lieutenant General in the Imperial Japanese Army. Would you like to know more?Who w ...
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A factory Ruger Mini-14 in .300 Blackout? No foolin
A factory Ruger Mini-14 in .300 Blackout? No foolin
The good folks at Ruger have been in the Mini-14 biz for going some 40 years or so and in that time have cranked out millions of these rugged .223 carbines. As time has gone by, the company has trotted out offerings of th ...
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The short-lived Ruger Gold Label SXS
The short-lived Ruger Gold Label SXS
Just after the turn of the century, Sturm, Ruger made an effort to produce a light side-by-side 12-gauge shotgun that could compete with what was coming out of Belgium, Spain, and Japan. This double-barreled beauty, dubb ...
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A look at the Ruger LC9: Tomorrow
A look at the Ruger LC9: Tomorrow's slimline 9 of four years ago
Introduced in 2011 on the heels of the outrageously successful .380ACP caliber Ruger LCP (Lightweight Compact Pistol), the LC9 gave the masses of concealed carry devotees who loved the size of that pocket gun but not the ...
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Ruger reaches back in the vault for the new and improved .327 wheelgun
Ruger reaches back in the vault for the new and improved .327 wheelgun
America's favorite gun maker is reaching back into the creative closet and bringing forth a blast from the past that has some six-shooter aficionados rejoicing. Yes, we are talking about the return of the SP-101 in .327 F ...
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The Super Silent Super Secret Ruger Redhawk Rifle
The Super Silent Super Secret Ruger Redhawk Rifle
Back in the early 1990s C. Reed Knight Jr.'s Knight's Armament Co (KAC) of Vero Beach, Florida responded to a shadowy call from a government agency as yet unnamed to produce a small and short ranged but devastating suppr ...
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Ruger's budget falling block: The No. 3 rifle
Made for just a baker's dozen of years across the 1970s and 80s, the Ruger No.3 is a little-known but often loved single shot rifle made in a host of interesting calibers-- if you can find one. No. 1 originsIn 1967, Bill ...
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Ruger's rifle that never was-- the hard hitting XGI
With a decade of fast Mini-14 sales behind them, Ruger decided to up-gun that .223 rifle to a much more impressive .308 caliber around 1984. The result was the XGI rifle and they are about as rare as it gets. Why the XGI? ...
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