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Tonight on ARTV: Colt's New Python; Rock River Arms BT-9; Ruger Red Label Shotgun

Our staff had early notice on one of the biggest introductions of the year, as Joe Kurtenbach was at Gunsite Academy with Colt when it shared the news that it was bringing back the double-action revolver.

The Keefe Report: An Integrally Suppressed Ruger 10/22 Barrel—From the Factory

Ruger has announced a factory integrally suppressed barrel for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown called the Silent-SR ISB (ISB stands for “Integrally Suppressed Barrel”).

A Look Back at the Ruger Red Label Shotgun

An innovative attempt at putting a quality shotgun in a working man’s hands may have outlived its time.

Video: Ruger Red Label Shotgun

Watch this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV as Mark Keefe takes a look at the Ruger Red Label shotgun.

Walmart Put to the Test

When one of the stores refused to print an engagement photo with a gun, the company said it was a mistake….so I decided to find out myself.

I Have This Old Gun: Ruger Red Label

The Ruger Red Label shotgun grew out of Bill Ruger's strong desire to build an American-made over-under shotgun that could compete with the European guns of the day at a more palatable price point.

Ruger Red Label Review

The American-made Red Label over-under shotgun, which was unceremoniously dropped from the company catalog, is back now, completely re-engineered and more affordable than ever. And it’s still made here in the United States.

Ruger Red Label

Ruger's Red Label shotgun is back in style. Taken off the market in 2011, the Red Label is back with some modern internal design features and a lower suggested retail price.

Gun of the Week: Ruger Red Label

Ruger's Red Label shotgun is back in style. Taken off the market in 2011, the Red Label is back with some modern internal design features and a lower suggested retail price.

Return of the Red Label

Ruger recently announced the return of its Red Label shotgun, and Sheriff Jim Wilson was one of the first people to have the opportunity for a hands-on evaluation.

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