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Ruger Precision Rifle In 22LR
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Ruger Precision Rifle 22LR [hands on review]

The Ruger Precision Rifle (RPR) is something of a phenomenon! In the world of precision rifles, Ruger has a respectable presence. But usually, they are associated with calibers such as .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor. We don’t typically put “.22 LR” and “precision rifle” in the same sentence. But, as Bob Hope said, I gotta tell ... Read more
Close up shot of the Ruger GP100
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Ruger GP100 Revolver – expert hands on review [2021]

Ruger and the revolver First, before we get to the Ruger GP100, let’s take a quick look at history. Ruger has had a long relationship with revolvers. Although the company was founded to produce a semi-automatic .22 pistol, Ruger’s second product was actually a single action revolver in .357 Magnum. This was to capitalize on ... Read more
Ruger Charger with red dot sight
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Ruger Charger review (9mm)

First off, let me say that I really enjoyed the Ruger Charger. It was fun to shoot and easy to carry around, since there was no buttstock to get in the way. (Having said that, you could attach a brace – the mount is there). With dual-magazine capability (Ruger and Glock), you could have a ... Read more
Ruger Mini 233 title
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Ruger’s Mini-14 .223 Rifle [Review]

Are you looking for a .223/5.56mm rifle? Not a fan of the AR-style platform? One more question, ever shoot an M14? If the answer to these questions is “yes”, then read on. (Or, if any of the answers are “no”, read on as well!). The non-AR aspect is obvious, from the photos but what about ... Read more
Ruger SR1911 Commander
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[Review] Ruger SR1911 Commander

Ruger is the largest manufacturer of firearms in the United States. I say that, in case you were wondering. The company wears that crown that was a long time coming, since 1949, to be precise. That’s when the company was founded by Bill Ruger and Alexander Sturm. The company was top seller in handguns from ... Read more
Ruger Mark IV Lite
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[Review] Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Lite

A small, light .22 pistol can be a thing of joy. We don’t necessarily need a big, honkin’ gun on our hip all the time. There are times when we want to travel light and don’t want two-plus pounds of pistol weighing us down. There is room for a twenty-ounce or so in our gun ... Read more
Ruger SR22
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[Review] Ruger SR22: Most versatile .22?

Ruger has long been a name to be reckoned with in terms of American gun production. Since 1949, this company has introduced model after model of innovative, well-built and popular firearms. Another plus is that Ruger guns are usually affordable – you can’t discount that, to be sure. I have been a long-time owner of ... Read more
Ruger AR-556
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Best Ruger AR-556 Handguards [2021]

Are you currently looking for a new handguard for your Ruger AR-556? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Best Overall: Knights Armament AR-15 RAS Handguard Free Float The Knights Armament AR-15 RAS Handguard Free Float is a solid choice for a handguard thanks largely to its free floating design that will help boost ... Read more
Ruger LCRx .357
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[Review] Ruger LCRx .357 Magnum Snubby

What – a lightweight snubby in .357? Wow! That would be handful! I can hear the comments flowing from all you revolver shooters out there. And, these comments are not without merit. I have shot snub-nosed revolvers before, in calibers from .22 LR to .357 and it certainly can be a handful. A lot of ... Read more
Ruger 10/22 Rifle with wooden stock
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Best Ruger 10/22 Charging Handles [2020]

Are you currently looking for the best charging handles for a Ruger 10/22 carbine? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Best Budget Pick: Ruger Factory Charging Handle Replacement The Ruger Factory Charging Handle Replacement is a solid choice for a 10/22 charging handle. Even though it visually looks nearly identical to the existing ... Read more
Ruger 10/22 Rifle
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Best Ruger 10/22 Chassis [2020]

Are you currently looking for the best chassis for your Ruger 10/22 rifle? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Best Pick For Takedown 10/22 Models: Midwest Industries Ruger 10/22 Takedown Chassis The Midwest Industries Ruger 10/22 Takedown Chassis is our pick for a chassis if you have the Takedown model of Ruger 10/22. ... Read more
Ruger Security-9
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[Review] Ruger Security-9

Ruger has been making guns since 1949, and they apparently do it very well. From Bill Ruger’s first .22 pistol to Red Label O/U shotguns to No. 1 rifles to the 10/22 to … well, you get it. They make all sorts of guns that historically have been very well received and have grown to ... Read more
Ruger PC Carbine 9mm and ammo
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[Review] Ruger PC 9mm Carbine

Last time, we looked at a Hi-Point model 995 9mm carbine. This time, we’ll look at the Ruger version of the 9mm carbine (also available in .40 S&W). In terms of variations, there are 20 different models listed on Ruger’s website, counting the various distributor guns and different stock finishes available. Now, let’s take a ... Read more
Ruger-57
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[Review] Ruger-57: Handgun-Sized AR?

The new Ruger-57 is one popular gun. When Beth from Ruger said that my requested test gun was being shipped, I became excited – this is one gun that has a waiting list of buyers, at least around here. My good friend Duane, who has owned and operated his sporting goods store since 1986, said ... Read more
Ruger P97 guns
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[Review] Ruger P97DC: Looking back

OK, boys and girls…set your Way-Back machine for 1985. Point it to Southport, Connecticut – the Ruger factory there. As you enter the Ruger administrative offices, you may notice several men and women “high-five-ing” each other. Why? They had just introduced a new line of pistols, to compete in the marketplace against other “wondernines” and ... Read more
Ruger 1022 Trigger
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Best Ruger 10/22 Triggers [2020]

What component of a rifle should you upgrade before anything else? The barrel? The receiver? The stock? The trigger? Well, each of these components are undoubtedly important to the function of your rifle, but a strong argument can be made that the trigger is the one component that should be upgraded before anything else. The ... Read more
Ruger 10/22 on the range
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Best Ruger 10/22 Rifle Barrels [2020]

There are few firearms that are as popular as the Ruger 10/22. In fact, it’s one of the most customizable firearms on the planet. In terms of the sheer number of aftermarket accessories that are available for it, the Ruger 10/22 rivals the AR-15, 1911, and the Glock pistol. Best Barrel Overall: Volquartsen Ruger 10/22 ... Read more
Ruger 10/22 Rifle with wooden stock
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Best Ruger 10/22 Stocks [2020]

So you’re looking for a new stock to upgrade your favorite semi-auto Ruger 10/22? Great! Let us help you find the perfect new option for you. Best Value Pick Pro Mag Ruger 10/22 Archangel Stock Adjustable While we did emphasize the importance of style and having a stock that looks good, the versatility and adaptability ... Read more
Ruger 10/22 Rifle
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Best Ruger 10/22 Receiver [2020]

The Ruger 10/22 is an extremely popular rimfire rifle produced by Sturm, Ruger & Co. Chambered for .22LR, this is a very capable and dependable rifle that can be used for anything from casual plinking to small game hunting to use as an SHTF survival weapon. In continuous production since 1964, today there are many ... Read more
LC9S and holster
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[Review] Ruger LC9S

Small. Thin. Light. Reliable. Cheap. What’s not to like? I’m talking about the Ruger LC9S, a single-stack, striker-fired pocketable 9mm that has sold like hotcakes. Why is this such a popular gun? We’ll examine it in some detail to see if we can determine the answer to that question. Variations On A Theme Before we ... Read more

Rifle – Ruger M77

Most of us will think of Remington and Winchester first when it comes to naming US rifle manufacturers but in this competitive space are the Ruger rifles. In 1968, Sturm, Ruger & Co. released their Ruger M77, a bolt-action rifle. The original models came with a round top on the receiver that needed separate bases ... Read more