American Rifleman TV visits the Ruger factory in Prescott, Ariz., for a closer look at the production of the gunmaker's .22-caliber firearms.
This man for all seasons, warrior, scholar, hunter, husband and controversialist, is above all “the father of the modern technique of the pistol.”
Fans of Ruger’s SR1911 line now have a lightweight carry option.
Davidson’s, Inc., one of the nation’s largest firearm wholesalers, has partnered with Ruger to offer an exclusive NRA-edition Ruger 10/22 Takedown rifle.
Following on the success of its affordable center-fire American Rifle, Ruger has invigorated the .22 LR and .22 WMR long-gun markets with its American Rimfires. And, yes, they use the company’s excellent rotary magazines.
John Rigby built the guns used, and competed as well, in NRA’s first international match.
Ruger has already produced 1 million firearms in 2012 and is well on the way to smashing last year's company record.
After serious testing, the only question left to ask about the Ruger American Rifle is: What’s not to like?
Some of the ideas that J. Henry FitzGerald applied to revolvers might be imprudent today, but “Fitz” Specials paved the way for the modern snubnose.
This year, 2012, promises to be the year of the .22. Why? Because $20 for 550 rounds of .22 Long Rifle is much better than $20 for 20 rounds of something else if you are just shooting for fun.