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  1. The Orange Canadian Survival Rifle

    Our neighbor to the north, Canada, is the second largest country on earth. Much of that land is above the Arctic Circle, putting it high on the list of harsh environments. The thing is, accidents still happen up there and when they do, someone has to go in and bring them out. For that, Ruger made a special rifle. Canadian Military Search and Rescue With some of most rugged and most downright deadly terrain in the world (ever heard of the Yukon?), the Canadian military has a special unit of...
  2. Ruger Releases a 45ACP SR Model

    Back in 2007, Sturm, Ruger released its SR9 pistol, a double-action only polymer framed 9mm that picked up where the P85/95 series left off. A few years after that, they brought out the SR40, which is the same design yet in 40S&W. Finally, after a six year wait, Ruger has listened to the shooting public and brought out the gun in John Browning's beautiful 45ACP chambering. The SR45 Design When the SR9 came out, it was set to do what Ruger P85/89/95 has never really pulled off-- being a...
  3. The Ruger Take Down

    The Ruger 10/22 is one of the most popular rimfire rifles in the world. About the only extra you could ask for is that it can break down into a smaller package for carrying by backpackers etc. Well, wait, that exists already-- the 10/22 Takedown. Why a Takedown rifle The 22LR is a proven round for taking small game, target practice, and even (when using ammunition such as the CCI Velociraptor) capable of limited self-defense. The rifles are small that use the round, but are still carbine...
  4. The Ruger Redhawk 480 Is Back

    In the latest installment in "everything old is new again," Ruger has announced that 2013 will see a return of the Redhawk and Super Redhawk chambering in .480 Ruger. What is .480 and why do you care? Keep reading. The History of the .480 Ruger Back in 1988, hand loader John Linebaugh took the .45-70 Government rifle bullet case, cut it down to 1.5 inches, and loaded with .475-inch-diameter bullets weighing from 320-440 grains. Intended for hunting big game or as a backup weapon while in...
  5. The Super Rare 10 17

    The Ruger 10/22 is one of the most popular and widely available rifles ever made. Over four million of these handy little guns have come off Ruger's lines since 1964. It's so well known in fact that it's on the banner of our website. With that being said, some of the subvariants of this go-cart are super rare and this rarity leads to an interest in these guns all out of proportion. There may be no better case of this than the 10/22 rifle chambered for the zippy .17 HMR round, the 10/17. The...
  6. Ruger New Bearcat Shopkeeper

    Ruger has long had a popular product in their Bearcat single action revolver. At the 2013 Shotshow they unveiled their latest version of it, the Shopkeeper. The new little birdshead model is unique and has lots of panache right out of the box. The Bearcat Legacy In 1958, Ruger began construction of their Bearcat revolver and it proved a fast favorite with hikers, campers, and plinkers. Chambered for 22 rimfire (LR, Long, and Short/CB), this single action revolver was lightweight at just...
  7. Will the Ruger Mini-14 Survive the Ban

    Bill Ruger's innovative Mini-14 rifle has long been a staple product of the Ruger firearms line. With more than a million rifles produced since the gun was introduced in 1973, it is popular with generation after generation of shooter. However, even with this being said many Mini owners fear that the rifle may be subject to ban and increased regulation. The legacy of the Mini-14 and its kin Designed in the late 1960s when most of the male population of the United States had pulled time in...
  8. Ruger Introduces Extended Magazines for LCP LC9

    Do you love your LCP or LC9 but wish they had a larger magazine capacity? Up until this month, the only choice you had to fix this was in aftermarket products. Well Ruger listened and they just announced that changes are on the way. Current aftermarket offerings Ever since the Ruger introduced the .380-Auto caliber LCP in 2008, independent gun accessory makers have been on a quest to improve it. While the 6-shot standard factory mags were reliable and worked just fine, people wanted more....
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