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The .22 Magnum: Good for Self-Defense?

Due to its light recoil, even a novice shooter can deliver six accurate shots in seconds from a lightweight, .22 Magnum (WMR) revolver.

6 Big-Bore Handguns for On-the-Trail or In-Town Carry

What are the most potent yet practically portable Trail-To-Town guns on the market today?

Tested: Ruger Super Redhawk 10 mm Revolver

The company skipped over the single-action wheelgun lines and went directly to the flagship double-action hunting revolver for its first full-production 10 mm handgun.

New Ruger Revolvers: Super Redhawk in 10 mm Auto and More

Ruger has announced new calibers and barrel lengths for some of its most popular models of revolvers.

The American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project

An unbiased evaluation of 18 handguns by 35 women corroborates some theories about which guns women prefer, while debunking one of the most common schools of thought about what constitutes the ideal firearm for a woman.

Tested: Ruger LCRx 3-inch Barrel .22 Revolver

Enjoy more affordable practice and plinking with this lightweight rimfire revolver.

NRA Gun of the Week: Ruger LCRx Revolver

American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz, puts the .38 Spl. +P-chambered Ruger LCRx into action.

Ruger Expands LCRx and LCP II Handgun Lines

Ruger has announced two new lightweight compact handguns: the LCRx with external hammer and 3” barrel chambered in .22 LR and the LCP II with factory-installed Viridian E-Series red laser.

Ruger LCRx Now In .357 Magnum

Ruger’s LCRx 5-round revolver is now being chambered in .357 Mag.

Ruger Expands LCR to Include .327 Federal Magnum

Sturm, Ruger & Co. has announced its newest caliber to be included in the Lightweight Compact Revolver (LCR) lineup: .327 Fed. Mag.

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