The Ruger 22/45 is a blending of two legendary repeaters, Browning's M1911 and Bill Ruger's Standard Auto, with modern features such as a Picatinny rail and barrel threading that makes for an incredibly fun plinker that happens to come chambered for a ubiquitous and fun- and easy-to-shoot cartridge: .22 LR.
Watch American Rifleman staff on this Gun Of the Week to see the Weatherby Vanguard First Lite Cipher, a specially outfitted rifle for fall hunting, thanks to its unique camouflage pattern and lightweight construction. And this rugged, camo-clad, bolt-action rifle is available exclusively from Davidson's.
Gun designer Robert Hillberg was a big fan of the football program at the University of Michigan, precisely why he named the .22 Long Rifle-chambered, semi-automatic pistol he created the Wolverine.
Passion for excellence and basement tinkering led Tom Volquartsen and his family to become a well-respected name among rimfire enthusiasts, specializing in the widely popular Ruger 10/22 repeating action.
SSK Firearms is once again fully focused on the guns that helped J.D. Jones build the company’s reputation for products that perform at the firing line and in the hunting fields.
Today’s Model 10 chambers .38 Spl. and can handle +P loads. Cylinder capacity is six cartridges in the single/double action. Its frame, cylinder and barrel are carbon steel, blued in classic fashion and the grips are wood. It’s a timeless look.