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  • The Best Bersa? A Free Bersa!

    The BersaForum.com Bersa Thunder 380 Giveaway is closing soon and I want you to head over there, register, and get entered for you chance to win it. This is a great gun from a great company, Eagle Imports! Follow this link to get entered now: [URL]http://www.bersaforum.com/forum/f5/bersa-thunder-duotone-380-giveaway-1361/[/URL] From everyone at Bersa Forum and Eagle Imports, we wish you luck!
  • Ruger moves to keep semi-auto offerings on the California handgun roster

    This week Ruger announced a CA-legal (and 9mm convertible) LC380 that comes complete with a free laser in a bid to keep a semi-auto self-defense offering on the states ever-shrinking handgun roster. Why the roster California currently requires that under the Unsafe Handgun Act, all handguns sold in the state be approved to meet all current laws and added to a roster in order to sell. Once approved, the manufacturer has to pay $200 per model per year to remain on the list. However, if the...
  • New Ruger American Rifle Now in Rimfire

    Ruger a couple years ago introduced their American rifle series of composite stocked hunting rifles to offer an affordable alternative to their M77 series bolt-action guns. Well it seems that they have now upped the ante and brought out a version of this very gun out in both .22LR and Magnum. The basic concept This gun seems to be a dead center line between the rimfire versions of the M77, which are accurate tack drivers that are also at home when hunting for small game, and the...
  • 5 Tips for Competitive Shooters

    Competitive shooting is fun. I've been competitively shooting for over a year now, and I find tremendous joy from being outside in the fresh air, having an opportunity to assess my skills, and evaluating gradual measurements of improvement. Additionally, I've noticed that there area few handy tips that allow the day to go better or my scores to rank higher. Take a look if these tips will help you out as well: Eat a Good Breakfast Marathon runners and hikers are a few groups that know the...
  • Ruger LCR Not Pretty But Pretty Effective

    Ever since the Colt Detective Special came on the scene nearly a hundred years ago, the snub-nosed revolver has been a staple of the gun world. Well, Ruger came up with their own take on this in polymer. Why the allure of the snub (The original snubby) In 1927, Colt Firearms of Connecticut coughed up a shortened version of their Police Positive revolver. Their new gun was the first short-barreled revolvers produced with a modern swing-out cylinder. When we say \'short-barreled\', we mean...
  1. 5 Accessories for the Ruger 10/22 Owner

    With the Ruger 10/22 being amongst the most popular choices when it comes to .22 rifles, it is only logical many supportive accessories exist to compliment such a gun. When the masses are drawn to something such as the 10/22, it becomes a priority to add to and build upon it, making it unique to the individual owner. Manufacturers are more than happy to offer all sorts of additions to make your 10/22 stand out as that puts more dollars in their pockets. At the same time, it can confuse...
  2. 5 Lesser Known Facts About the Mini-14

    One of the guns with which Ruger enthusiasts are most familiar is the Mini-14. Designed by L. James Sullivan and William B. Ruger, this lightweight, semi-automatic carbine was a popular choice upon introduction and has continued to be a go-to in the decades since. Although the original design has come to be available in many newer, varied forms, the basic concept behind the Mini-14 remains the same, as does the widespread following it has maintained over the years. Photo: Perfect Union...
  3. 5 Things To Do with Your 10/22 (Including Play the National Anthem)

    It is no secret that the Ruger 10/22 is a popular choice amongst shooters. Between the features that are part of it upon purchase and the ability to customize it further, there are few tastes the Ruger 10/22 cannot suit. As a result, this is gun that is owned far and wide, but the question remains: what do you do with yours? Photo: Cal Guns Believe it or not, owning and using a 10/22 doesn't have to be a vanilla experience. This versatile gun has many uses, some of which you are likely to...
  4. 5 Tips for Competitive Shooters

    Competitive shooting is fun. I've been competitively shooting for over a year now, and I find tremendous joy from being outside in the fresh air, having an opportunity to assess my skills, and evaluating gradual measurements of improvement. Additionally, I've noticed that there area few handy tips that allow the day to go better or my scores to rank higher. Take a look if these tips will help you out as well: Eat a Good Breakfast Marathon runners and hikers are a few groups that know the...
  5. 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 these guns in 5.56x45 (there is a slight difference over .223), .222 (not a misprint) 7.62x39 (Mini-30) 6.8mm (Mini-6.8) and .308/.243 (XGI). Well now, the time has come to add a new caliber to that field: Why .300 BLK The 300 AAC Blackout round (7.62x35mm) was designed by a...
  6. 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 caliber something more substantial to wrap their hands around. Why the LC9 Going back to the 1900s, the small Colt vest (hey guys wore them back then) and pocket sized semi-auto handguns were all snappy little blowback actions chambered in .25, .32, or .380 (all of which...
  7. A Tale of Two Mouse Guns: The LCP vs the Beretta Mini Pistols

    No matter how big they make em, there is still a group of gun owners that like to shrink things down to size. Pocket size that is. And with that in mind, we are looking at a pair of some of the most popular super concealable handguns on the market: the Beretta pocket series and the Ruger LCP. Let's see who comes out on top. The Beretta Going back to 1952, the Italian firearms firm of P Beretta in Gardone came up with a pocket-sized handgun that proved extremely popular. Dubbed the...
  8. Add a Splash of Pink to Your LCP or LC9s with Muddy Girl Camo

    Sometimes you just have to get girly. Whether this is because you are, in fact, of the female gender or because you know and love a female, having access to Ruger products that are a little more on the feminine side can be beneficial. While there are plenty of Rugers available in an array of colors to suit the female taste, there is a one color pattern in particular that calls out to the girls, that being the pink camo also known as Muddy Girl. Thanks to a joint effort made by Ruger and...
  9. American Elements - Taya Kyle

    Last week marked the three-year anniversary of Chris Kyle's death. A US Navy SEAL sniper and, in the eyes of many, an American hero, Chris was killed along with a friend on February 2, 2013 while at a shooting range in Texas. His wife, Taya Kyle, has spent the last three years honoring his memory and leading the charitable foundation that bears his name, the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. Taya has also inspired millions with her faith, perseverance, and love of family in her best-selling book...
  10. ATI Gun Stocks Ruger 10/22 AR-22 Stock System Giveaway!

    Our sponsors over at ATI Gunstocks have donated one of their new 10/22 AR-22 Stock systems to be given away here on RugerTalk and it\'s time to enter now! For complete rules of entry and to get entered please follow this link. [URL]https://www.rugertalk.com/forum/f49/ati-gun-stocks-ruger-10-22-ar-22-stock-system-giveaway-2598/[/URL] Good luck!
  11. Bersa Thunder Duotone Giveaway!

    The great folks over at Eagle Imports have donated a Bersa Thunder .380 to be given away on BersaForum.com. With the quality and design of this firearm, it\'s a great addition to any collection! The first step to get entered is to register on BersaForum.com. Here\'s a link to do that. [URL]http://www.bersaforum.com/forum/account.php[/URL] From there please follow this link for complete rules of entry into the contest. [URL]http://www.bersaforum.com/forum/f5/bersa-thunder-duotone-380-giveaway-1361/[/URL]...
  12. Bisley Ruger Vaquero Single Action

    Ruger has been excellent in coming out with cutting-edge revolvers for specific uses, such as hunting or defense. So what\'s the purpose Bisley Vaquero Single Action? First and foremost, this is a cowboy pistol to its core, and an excellent piece for competitive shooting, according to Ruger. This is a revolver that was first introduced in 1993, and currently comes in .45 Colt and .357 Mag from Ruger. The .357 Mag is no different than the .45 Colt in appearance. This is a gun that has been...
  13. Businesses Showing Support of Gun Owners By Offering Discounts

    Imagine going about your day when you attempt to enter a business with a sign on the door that states guns are not allowed. You can come in, but the Ruger on your hip cannot. Despite that firearm being an extension of you and the positive intentions with which you carry it, entry is not allowed, no questions asked. More and more gun owners are being faced with this reality on a day to day basis as service is essentially refused to those who open carry. Large corporations, those which are...
  14. Buying Unclaimed Guns Seized by the Transportation Safety Administration

    In a recent article, we discussed the Transportation Safety Administration and what they require of those who intend to take guns on airplanes. If you plan on traveling with your Ruger, such information is a must-have. Those of us who abide by these laws and take responsibility for our firearms during travel (and at all other times) should have no problem taking trips that go off without a hitch. Unfortunately not everyone has the same mindset and some people prefer to wing it instead of...
  15. Concealed Carry Holsters for the Female Form

    In this day and age, safety and security is not just for the fellas anymore. As more and more women step out boldly into the world armed and ready to protect themselves, the world of concealed carry holsters has been forced to adapt to the female form. Gone are the days of big, bulky holsters as they simply do not conceal well on the body of a woman. Thanks to the style and cut of modern clothing, concealing a weapon on your person has become a bit more specialized. If you are or know of a...
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