The Ruger American Pistol is an all-new, striker-fired semi-automatic designed to meet the military’s current handgun requirement. Regardless of whether it ever achieves that elusive goal, the American-made pistols offers a lot of features—and innovation—for the money.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week” American Rifleman staff delve into Ruger’s semi-automatic competition-grade and optic-ready 9 mm pistol.
Only a year into the Ruger American Pistol line and the company has added a second caliber to its compact variation.
Our special presentation of “The Men and Guns of the Pacific War” takes Field Editor Marty Morgan and our camera crew to the American battlefields that started with the infamous attack at Pearl Harbor 75 years ago on December 7, 1941.
In this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television, Brian Sheetz reviews the Ruger American 9 mm Luger Pistol.
Over the past 24 years on American Rifleman, I have seen a lot of gun companies come and go. Some have become established brands. Some were crackpot ideas destined for the oddities case downstairs at NRA’ National Firearms Museum.