Ruger has never shied away from unique firearms designs – the 22 Charger is an example. And the rimfire pistol has returned in all its glory, now available in two models to suit nearly any plinking need.
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.
New Hampshire shooters haven't been skimping when it comes to buying AR-10s. The more expensive models of the .308 were flying off one retailer's shelves to start the year.
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.
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.
Ruger has introduced a new AR to its lineup and it's quite a break from what the company has produced in the past. The AR-556 gives shooters a more affordable option, while still offering them plenty of the amenities they've come to expect.
Typically, the 9mm is only thought of as a semi-automatic pistol round. But Ruger has expanded its petite LCR concealed-carry revolver line to include the wildly popular caliber.
Ruger's American Rifle line has proven popular over its short lifespan. And it has continued to grow with the manufacturer adding what amounts to 11 new rifles to the family of bolt-actions.