In 1977 Ruger bucked the trend in a hunting market dominated by pump and semi-auto shotguns, introducing a new American-made over/under, the Red Label. The Red Label became a cult favorite among shotgunners until it faded from the Ruger line.
Still made at Ruger's factory in New Hampshire, the revamped Red Label costs less than the original version.
Ruger recently announced the return of its Red Label shotgun, and Sheriff Jim Wilson was one of the first people to have the opportunity for a hands-on evaluation.
Ruger has announced a new Red Label shotgun with improved features to enhance a shooter’s experience.