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  • 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...
  • Ruger intros polymer framed 10/22 Charger series

    The Charger had a brief but intensely loved six-year run then went on hiatus for a couple years until brought back recently. And now Ruger has both take down and standard versions in rugged polymer. Charger background In 2007, Ruger came out with a legal short-barreled rifle that anyone could own without a tax stamp. They took their tried and true 10/22 rifle design, and then produced it in a pistol-only receiver without a buttstock. This avoided the dreaded 'Short Barreled Rifle' label...
  • Ruger kicks off summer with Collector's Series 10/22

    If you are looking for a short-run special edition Ruger 10/22, the company had you in mind when it debuted its Second Edition Collector's series plinker the week of Father's Day this month. You have to admit, that the 10/22 is one of the most iconic rifles ever made. Millions of these guns have come off the lines in the past half century and the aftermarket industry that has resulted from their spread is huge. You can argue that, with the possible exception of the Marlin Model 60, it's the...
  • The Ruger LCRx now comes in 3-inch!

    It wasn't too long ago that Ruger released the double-action LCR revolver to rave reviews. Then came the LCRx which gave the masses what they wanted-- an exposed hammer. Then came the 5-round, 9mm Luger version that utilized moon clips, and still boasted the standard 1.875 inch barrel in length. This short barrel, while convenient for concealed carry, often doesnt do much for accuracy. Well, that has changed. Now comes the LCRx with the great compromise that is a 3-inch barrel. Designed...
  • Ruger joins with PolyCase to introduce ARX bullets

    With a new ammo type being introduced almost on a daily basis in the past few years, it seems Ruger has decided to toss its hat into the ring and partner with an innovative new company to produce a line of Ruger-branded self-defense ammunition. Who is PolyCase? Based in Savannah, Georgia, veteran-owned and all-U.S.-made PolyCase, according to their website started as an injection molding company. "For the past 5 years, however, our focus has been to develop a technology that delivers...
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