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Ruger to Acquire Marlin Firearms

Following the ruling of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Ruger's bid for Marlin Firearms was officially approved.

Review: Ruger Mini-14 Tactical 300 BLK

Despite being in production for more than four decades, the Ruger Mini-14 still has plenty to offer the modern shooting enthusiast.

Review: Ruger Super GP100 Competition 9mm Revolver

In this review we take a look at the Ruger Super GP100 Competition revolver chambered for the rimless 9 mm cartridge.

Review: Ruger SR1911 Lightweight Commander

Nearly five years ago, Sturm, Ruger & Co. launched its first SR1911 pistol. The result has been a family of pistols that are extremely well-made at a very reasonable price.

This Old Gun: Ruger Mini Thirty

Taking a look back at the Ruger Mini Thirty, which took the Mini-14 design and combined it with the 7.62x39 mm cartridge.

Rifleman Review: Ruger SR1911 10 mm Auto

Taking a look at the Ruger SR1911 chambered in 10 mm Auto in this segment of American Rifleman TV's Rifleman Review.

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Custom Shop Super GP100 Competition

On this week’s “Gun of the Week” NRA’s American Rifleman staff delve into a competition-ready GP100 from Ruger’s Custom Shop.

Rifleman Review: Ruger American Ranch 7.62x39 mm

In this Rifleman Review, we take a look at a bolt-action Ranch rifle from Ruger chambered for 7.62x39 mm.

Metal-Fatigue Failures: Is Your Gun at Risk?

Sometimes, through no fault of their owners’ use, gun parts simply fail. In many cases, “fatigue failures” are to blame. Can they be predicted? A veteran firearm engineer answers that question.

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger Mini Thirty Rifle

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz explains why Ruger's Mini Thirty is a great all-around carbine for target shooting, hunting, predator control and personal defense.

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