Davidson's Adds Two Exclusive Rugers

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posted on June 12, 2017
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Davidson's has added two new exclusive Rugers to its catalog, the Ruger American Compact Pistol in 9 mm with Flat Dark Earth frame and Patriot Brown slide, and the GP100 in .22 LR with a 4" barrel.

"These pistols are great new additions to the Davidson's Exclusive product line,” said Davidson's Vice President of Sales Matt Nicholson. “The ever so popular Patriot Brown and Flat Dark Earth colors paired with the concealable size of the American Compact, this should be a perfect carry option.” He added that the GP100 with a 10-shot capacity in .22 LR and 4” barrel is an “awesome plinker."

The American Compact Pistol (Item# 8682) features a 3.55" barrel chambered in 9 mm and shorter frame, making it easier to conceal than the standard full size American Pistol. The Davidson's Exclusive model features a Flat Dark Earth frame and a Patriot Brown finish on the slide. Included with the pistol is a 12-round magazine, a 17-round magazine with grip extension, and three sizes of grip modules.

The Davidson's Exclusive double-action Ruger GP100 (Item# 1766) is chambered in .22 LR and has a 10-shot capacity, and features a fiber-optic front sight, adjustable rear sight, all stainless-steel construction, cushioned rubber grip with hardwood insert and a 4” barrel.

Consumers can purchase these Ruger Exclusives from a local Davidson's dealer or from GalleryofGuns.com.

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