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Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan

The Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan is a reasonable solution for those in the West who face the threat of attack by a bear or other dangerous animal.

Ruger Redhawk

Ruger’s Redhawk .44 Magnum revolver was “an entirely new firearm, the most significant advance in heavy-frame double action revolvers in many decades.”

Accelerating Short-Cased Magnums

Hornady’s new .300 RCM and .338 RCM deliver magnum performance and represent the next step in efforts to show the surprising potential of the short, fat cartridge.

The Comeback Cartridge: The .380 ACP

These .380s are the handgun choice for those looking to avoid trouble.

Ruger Blackhawk Exploded View

First announced in August 1955, the Ruger Blackhawk single-action revolver in .357 Magnum caliber bears a strong resemblance to the original Colt Single-Action Army and Frontier revolver, Model of 1873. Designwise, however, the Blackhawk is a modernized version of its Colt counterpart.

Ruger Mini-14 Carbine Exploded View

The .223 (5.56 mm) Mini-14 resembles the U.S. M14 rifle in appearance and incorporates the Garand rotating bolt principle.

Ruger M77 Rifle Exploded View

In 1967 Sturm, Ruger & Co. made the first of its M77 center-fire rifles that remained in full production until 1991. They have now been supplanted in Ruger's line by the evolutionary M77 Mark IIs that have a three-position safety selector mounted beside the bolt sleeve in lieu of the M77's tang safety.

Ruger Hawkeye & The .256 Win. Mag.

While both were good ideas, neither caught the attention of the American public.

Ruger Reinvents the Mini-14

One of which helps protect your Second Amendment rights.

A Pair of Special .44s

Lipsey’s has contracted with Ruger to build 2,000 .44 Special Blackhawks on the .357 frame. Get ’em before they’re gone.

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