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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.

The Ruger 10/22: Inside the Factory

The Ruger 10/22: Inside the Factory

The Ruger American Rifle

“Pretty bold to call your rifle the American, Mike,” I told Ruger President and CEO Mike Fifer. He just grinned at me. Product Manager Mark Gurney and the engineers at Ruger’s Newport, N.H. factory, had given me a full briefing on the design, features and construction of the company’s latest model.

Review: The Ruger American Rifle

Ruger stuffs a lot of value in its minimalist-package American rifle for less than $450.

Taking Down The Ruger 10/22 Takedown

Late last year I was fortunate enough to visit Ruger’s factory in Newport, N.H., and get a preview of what the American gunmaker had in the pipeline for 2012. Ruger doesn’t like to release information on its new firearms until the guns are already in production and ready to ship to distributors.

The Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz breaks down the new Ruger 10/22 Takedown Rifle.

Looking at the Ruger American Rifle

After serious testing, the only question left to ask about the Ruger American Rifle is: What’s not to like?

Ruger 10/22 Hybrid Target Rifle

There are so many accessories for the Ruger 10/22 that customizing one using after-market parts is easy. But is it worth it?

Ruger Introduces SR-762 Piston-Driven Rifle

Ruger is bringing the .308 Win./7.62 NATO cartridge to its popular SR-556 family of rifles with the new SR-762.

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