Ruger is commemorating the 10th anniversary of the LCP with a Limited Edition pistol.
No, it’s not a 10/22. It’s a 44 Carbine, the design that fathered not only the 10/22, but Ruger’s entire line of rifles. Sturm, Ruger & Co. got its start making handguns, and was close behind Smith & Wesson when it added a .44 Magnum revolver to its lineup in 1956.
The new pistol's simple, one-button takedown for quick and easy field-stripping will be a welcome and appreciated change for fans of this model.
The Ruger American Pistol is an all-new, striker-fired semi-automatic designed to meet the military’s current handgun requirement. Regardless of whether it ever achieves that elusive goal, the American-made pistols offers a lot of features—and innovation—for the money.