Ruger has already had an impressive year when it comes to new products, but the company isn't slowing down any time soon. It recently added new models to its popular scout rifle line and introduced a drop-in trigger for its iconic rimfire rifle.
A gun store in the Magnolia State has had a run on high-end 1911 pistols. In particular, Sig Sauer's versions of the iconic handgun have been difficult to keep on the shelves.
The Jericho 941 has been sold under many names in the United States. Now, IWI is reintroducing the popular pistol back to the American market under its original moniker.
There is nothing like a 1911 when it comes to semi-automatic pistols. Now there is a replica, soon to be available, that attempts to stay true to the toughness of the original military model of the pistol.
The Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle, a concept envisioned by Col. Jeff Cooper, is reintroduced as a do-it-all shooter in another versatile caliber.
Built somewhat on the company’s famed A-Bolt rifle design, first introduced in 1985, the new AB3 seeks to incorporate that same precision and quality that A-Bolt fans celebrate, while eliminating some of the more costly bells and whistles.
The Ruger LCR line has become popular, in part, due to its petite size. But the company has taken the gun another direction with a new longer barreled model.
Famed designer Marc Newson made headlines by joining Apple earlier this fall. But he also took center stage in the firearms world recently, designing a beautiful new shotgun for the world's oldest gun maker.
Ruger's American Rifle line has enjoyed plenty of popularity since its introduction in 2012, expanding to suit the needs of nearly every shooter. Check out one of the newest models capabilities in this video.