Ruger has upped the ante of chamber count in their Blackhawk and GP100 revolvers in .327 Fed.
Wiley Clapp follows up on his highly acclaimed Commander-size M1911 rework with an all-purpose double-action .357 Mag. revolver.
Gun of the Week: Ruger GP100
First built as a replacement for the Security-Six, Speed-Six and Service-Six revolvers, the GP100 makes handling .357 Mag. easier than ever and is a staple of Ruger's line.
Want to know why Ruger's revolvers are still so popular? It's self-explanatory when you check out the new GP100, which offers features the modern shooter will appreciate.
Based on Ruger's quarter-century old design, this new revolver has been slicked up and tricked out for IDPA competition and self-defense.
In the past few weeks, Ruger has introduced several new items to its catalog, and includes something for every aficionado of the brand.
Ruger is a manufacturing company that not only builds solid, reliable guns at fair prices, it’s also in the habit of listening to customers.
Ruger has announced three new .22-cal. firearms: a GP100 revolver; a 10/22 Takedown with target barrel; and a Long Slide SR22 pistol.
This year Ruger is breaking the decades-old mold with a 4" barrel GP100 fitted with a 10-shot cylinder chambered in .22 Long Rifle.