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Ruger 77/357 Rotary Magazine Rifle Review

The 77.357 would make a handy, lightweight ranch carbine in a pistol load.

The Ruger American Rifle

“Pretty bold to call your rifle the American, Mike,” I told Ruger President and CEO Mike Fifer. He just grinned at me. Product Manager Mark Gurney and the engineers at Ruger’s Newport, N.H. factory, had given me a full briefing on the design, features and construction of the company’s latest model.

The Ruger American Rifle

Ruger stuffs a lot of value in its minimalist-package American rifle for less than $450.

Looking at the Ruger American Rifle

After serious testing, the only question left to ask about the Ruger American Rifle is: What’s not to like?

Ruger American Rifle

Ruger's American Rifle hit the market earlier this year and gave consumers a high-quality rifle at a price that any shooter could afford. Durable, lightweight and accurate, the American Rifle is a true return to Ruger's company roots.

Gun of the Week: Ruger American Rifle

Gun of the Week: Ruger American Rifle

Ruger Hits A Million-Already

Ruger has already produced 1 million firearms in 2012 and is well on the way to smashing last year's company record.

2013 Golden Bullseye Winners

The editors of American Rifleman have announced the recipients of the 2013 Golden Bullseye Awards.

NRA Publications Honors Top Guns and Gear

NRA Publications kicked off the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Houston, Texas, this morning with an invitation-only breakfast recognizing the recipients of the 2013 NRA Golden Bullseye Awards.

Ruger Introduces The American Rimfire

Ruger's new American Rimfire combines its award winning American Rifle design with some of the innovations offered by the iconic 10/22.

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