Ruger Introduces SR45 Center-Fire Pistol

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posted on May 4, 2013
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Ruger introduces the new-for-2013 SR45 Center-Fire Pistol. This gun has a .45 caliber 10-round magazine capacity. It comes in either a black over alloy steel or stainless steel slide. The SR45 also features an ambidextrous manual safety and mag catch, along with 3-dot sights that are adjustable for windage and elevation. The gun comes with a loaded chamber indicator, an interchangeable backstrap and a picatinny rail. The grip frame is black, high performance and made with glass-filled nylon. The SR45 has a barrel length of 4 1/2 inches, 8 inch length, and 5 3/4 inch height. The MSRP is $529.

For more information check out the video above or go to Ruger.com.

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