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Ruger Blackhawk

Ruger Blackhawk

Ruger Blackhawk is a 6-shot, single-action revolver manufactured by Ruger. It is produced in a variety of finishes, calibers, and barrel lengths. Ruger introduced the Blackhawk in 1955. Chambered for the .357 Magnum, the Blackhawk was a simple and strong design, and it sold well. In 1956, as Smith & Wesson was introducing the new .44 Magnum, Ruger quickly developed a variant of the Blackhawk in the new cartridge. Ruger achieved wide popularity with this firearm in a hotly anticipated new cartridge, which was both cheaper and more readily available than the Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver

RugerLCP380

RugerLCP380

Ruger LCP weighing just 9.4 oz this is Ruger's first entry into the field of tiny, ultra-light defensive pistols. LCP stands for "Lightweight Compact Pistol" and was designed in direct response to customer requests for a compact firearm for use by police as a back-up, and as a defensive handgun for civilian concealed carry needs. The pistol has a glass-filled nylon frame, a two-finger grip, and a through-hardened blued steel slide. It is similar in appearance to the Kel-Tec P-3AT which weighs 8.3 oz. and uses a similar tension spring for the lightweight hammer, identical locked breech mechanism, and similar takedown method. The main differences are the Glock style extractor and the incorporation of an external slide stop. It is possible to tell if there is a round chambered by looking at the "view hole" next to the extractor. $214

RugerEC9s

RugerEC9s

Ruger EC9s is Ruger’s new affordable, subcompact, striker-fired 9mm. The pistol features a through-hardened steel slide, a polymer frame and a matte black oxide finish. This new pistol is just 6 inches long, 4.5 inches tall and 0.9 inches wide, weighing only 17.2

RugerLC9

RugerLC9

Ruger LCP weighing just 9.4 oz this is Ruger's first entry into the field of tiny, ultra-light defensive pistols. LCP stands for "Lightweight Compact Pistol" and was designed in direct response to customer requests for a compact firearm for use by police as a back-up, and as a defensive handgun for civilian concealed carry needs. The pistol has a glass-filled nylon frame, a two-finger grip, and a through-hardened blued steel slide. It is similar in appearance to the Kel-Tec P-3AT which weighs 8.3 oz. and uses a similar tension spring for the lightweight hammer, identical locked breech mechanism, and similar takedown method. The main differences are the Glock style extractor and the incorporation of an external slide stop. It is possible to tell if there is a round chambered by looking at the "view hole" next to the extractor

RugerPrecisionRimfire

RugerPrecisionRimfire

Ruger Precision Rimfire features a molded, one-piece chassis and adjustable butt-stock assembly manufactured with glass-filled nylon for strength, stiffness and stability, making a solid foundation for accuracy each and every shot. Adjustable butt-stock features a flat Picatinny bag rider making it easy to affix a rear monopod. Indicating marks molded into the chassis help you quickly return to a previous position. Big-Gun bolt throw adjustment enables shooters to change from a rimfire 1-1/2'' bolt throw to a short-action centerfire 3'' bolt throw, reducing the chance of short-stroking your bolt in competition. Ruger's own AR-Pattern pistol grip and safety selector incorporates an extended reach for maximum control and access to the 45 degree, reversible safety selector. May be configured with most AR-style grips and selectors.

RugerEC9s

RugerEC9s

Ruger EC9s a striker-fired handgun featuring a short, light, crisp trigger pull for faster, more accurate shooting. It is Slim, lightweight and compact for personal protection. Safety features include integrated trigger safety, manual safety, magazine disconnect and an inspection port that allows for visual confirmation of a loaded or empty chamber.

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This Jan. 25, 2016 photo provided by Kim Randolph shows Ruger, the "adventure" cat, and Jeremy Vick in Marquette, Mich. (Kim Randolph via AP)

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In this Dec. 23, 2016, Gap Pucci holds a single-action Ruger .44 Magnum he used to fend off a bear attack in 1983 in the Gros Ventre Wilderness, in Wyo. The bear's pelt is one of several that hangs in Pucci's house, and the encounter with the bruin is chronicled in his new book of memoirs, which he hopes to publish this year. (Bradly J. Boner /Jackson Hole News & Guide via AP)

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Ruger LCP weighing just 9.4 oz this is Ruger's first entry into the field of tiny, ultra-light defensive pistols. LCP stands for "Lightweight Compact Pistol" and was designed in direct response to customer requests for a compact firearm for use by police as a back-up, and as a defensive handgun for civilian concealed carry needs. The pistol has a glass-filled nylon frame, a two-finger grip, and a through-hardened blued steel slide. It is similar in appearance to the Kel-Tec P-3AT which weighs 8.3 oz. and uses a similar tension spring for the lightweight hammer, identical locked breech mechanism, and similar takedown method. The main differences are the Glock style extractor and the incorporation of an external slide stop. It is possible to tell if there is a round chambered by looking at the "view hole" next to the extractor

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