NRA editors rarely need an excuse to chat about their favorite firearms. So when Ruger announced its Million Gun Challenge earlier in 2011, the buzz around the office turned to not who actually owns a Ruger, but how many and which models. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into their personal collections, and invite you to tell us about your own favorite Ruger.
Since 1979, Sturm, Ruger & Co. has offered a DA/SA (double-action/single-action) large-frame revolver known as the Redhawk. It’s got a pretty dedicated following, we’d say.
Offering accuracy, dependability, modularity and value, the Ruger Precision Rifle has been steadily flying off shelves since its summer 2015 introduction. More recently, the manufacturer has announced that an advanced version of the platform is already on the way. The Ruger Precision Rifle "Enhanced" model will be available soon. It features a few small changes to the design that should leave it even more intriguing to long-range-shooting enthusiasts.
Gunsite Academy instructor Mike Moore explains how to the adjust the trigger pull of the Ruger American Rifle.
If it feels like everyone's getting into the suppressor market nowadays, it's because they are. SIG Sauer made waves by announcing a line of suppressors last year, and hot on the heels of that, we've now met the Silent-SR suppressor from Ruger. Wait, Ruger? Yes, you read that right.