Rugers Auction for a Ruger .44 Carbine from 1972

New auction launched today! Place your bid on a classic Ruger .44 Carbine rifle from 1972. It features a nice walnut stock and has a fixed tubular magazine that holds 4 rounds (plus one in the chamber). The sights on this rifle are somewhat unique as the 44 Carbine would not normally have two rear sights. The 44RS model has the “built-in” receiver sight, and the 44R has the folding-leaf rear sight. This auction rifle has an unusual configuration with both the “built-in” receiver sight and folding-leaf rear sight. All proceeds will go to the 2012 Olympic Shooting Team.

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Ruger .44 Carbine

Ruger .44 Carbine

LaserMax CenterFire Laser Review

Ruger LCP LaserMax

Ruger LCP LaserMax

About LaserMax:
LaserMax is a leading innovator and manufacturer of high quality laser sight systems. For more than 20 years, the company has provided laser products for military, law enforcement agencies and commercial markets worldwide. LaserMax additionally delivers the most advanced laser products and optical systems for semiconductor, aerospace, biomedical applications, and telecommunications.

LaserMax is a company that stands behind their product and will do anything to keep you being a repeat customer. With their outstanding customer service profressionals to their innovative designs.

 

LaserMax recently came out with a new line of lasers called the “CenterFire Series”. LaserMax worked a deal with Ruger to have their lasers come from the factory with them already attatched to the Ruger LC9 and the Ruger LCP. We took it upon ourselves to buy not only the LC9 but the LCP as well. Of course, we purchased the new guns with the attatched CenterFire lasers and was very happy to obtain two great guns with brand new lasers. We wanted to take these new little lasers through torture just to see how they would hold up. We started off with taking the laser and putting it into a five gallon bucket of water where we left it there for 2 weeks. Yes, we did take the laser off the gun we did not throw the Ruger in the bucket with it. We came back after two weeks, took the laser out and mounted it on the gun and went to test it. It shined perfectly. This of course put a smile from ear to ear and like any man brought new ideas of what kind of torture we could really put this laser through. I simply took the laser and attatched it to a piece of fishing string. We attatched the other end to the hitch of my truck and simply drove down a dirt road for just about 1 mile. Stopped the truck and went back to see the damage. To our suprise, the laser was still intact and perfectly together. We placed the laser once again onto the gun. It shined perfectly. We then took the gun to the range and shot 100 rounds through it. We were shocked.

The CenterFire laser is easily attatched to the gun buy some simple screws that hold it tightly in place. The laser itself it activated by your pointer finger. The only downfall to the laser is that to turn it off, you must reach up with your other hand.

Ruger LC9 LaserMax

Ruger LC9 LaserMax

CenterFire™ laser series offers the highest quality laser designed specifically for your concealed carry pistol. No rail? No problem! The CenterFire laser is specifically designed for guns without a picatinny or weaver rail. Get the ultimate concealed carry pistol with a LaserMax CenterFire red laser.

Ruger Firearms 2011 Gun Manufacture of the Year.

For the past couple years Ruger has become one of the most advanced gun manufactures in the world. Their firearms are constantly winning new awards back to back (Gun of the year). This month they have a huge cover on the magazine of Guns and Ammo. We have announced Ruger as Gun Manufacture of the Year for 2011.

 

Sturm, Ruger & Company was founded by William B. Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm in 1949 in a small rented machine shop in Southport, Connecticut.[3] Just prior to their partnership, Bill Ruger had successfully duplicated two Baby Nambu pistols in his garage, from a captured Nambu that he acquired from a returning US Marine, at the close of World War II. When it came to designing their first auto pistol, Ruger decided to incorporate the looks of the German 9mm Luger and the American Colt Woodsman into their first commercially produced .22 caliber pistol (see Ruger Standard), which became so successful that it launched the entire company

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Ruger has been evolving into one of the most advanced gun manufactures in the world. They have came out with the Ruger LCP, LCR (.38, .357, & .22lr), LC9, SR9, and now the SR22. Each one of these pistols are remarkable. Thousands of customers are pouring into gun shows just to get a chance to hold one of these top notch pistols/revolver.

Each and every pistol Ruger comes out with is a hands down winner. Gun stores are having the hardest time of keeping these pistols in stock.

 

 

We are very proud to announce that Ruger has won our Gun Manufacture of the Year award.

 

Ruger SR22 Released

The Ruger SR22 is the newest addition to Ruger’s lineup of rimfire pistols for 2012.

The new Ruger SR22 is traditional double action pistol chambered obviously in .22 LR.  The sights are adjustable, with the traditional 3 white dots.  The Ruger SR22, unlike some of the other competitor pistols in this class of rimfire pistol features an aluminum slide, instead of the zinc alloy found on other company’s products in the scaled down .22 LR market.  The Ruger SR22 comes with two 10-round magazines which also include a an attachable floor plate to extend the grip for people with larger hands.

From Ruger:

“Ruger has built a solid reputation for excellence in rimfire pistols with the Mark III™ and 22/45™ product families, and the new SR22 will contribute positively to that reputation,” said Chris Killoy, Ruger Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “This pistol is feature-packed and an incredible value – consumers won’t find a similar product with everything the SR22 offers at a comparable price. It functions with all types of .22 LR ammunition for extreme reliability; once rimfire enthusiasts pick it up, they won’t want to put it down,” he concluded.

The SR22 has light double-action and crisp single-action trigger pulls. Its external hammer is designed with a rounded spur for easy cocking and single-action shooting. The SR22 features a polymer frame and two interchangeable (no tools required) rubberized grips with angled serrations, allowing shooters to select either a slim or wider palm swell option. The aerospace-grade aluminum slide has serrations on both front and rear for better grip and slide manipulation. The easy-to-use underside Picatinny rail features multiple cross slots for variable mounting of most popular accessories.

I hope that the Ruger SR22 is able to achieve a standard of reliability not normally seen by the pistols in this market segment.  While there are plenty of offerings in the “scaled down .22″ market, they have been plagued by reliability issues often due to inconsistent QC from their manufacturer.

Ruger has a reputation for creating reliable and affordable rimfire pistols, and I personally hope that the SR22 continues that tradition.  I think the modern Ruger line has really shown what the company is capable of, with the excellent SR series being one of my favorite budget buys – for what the guns cost you get a gun that performs well above the price point.  I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the new Ruger SR22.

Ruger LCR .22 Cal

Ruger LCR in .22

 

 

Just in time for Christmas, Ruger introduces the NEW LCR in .22 LR! Now the revolver with one of the best factory double-action trigger pulls in the world is chambered in the economical .22 LR! That gives you 8 rounds in this perfect concealed carry package. The LCR-22 has already shipped, so start looking for them.

The newest LCR maintains all the features of the critically acclaimed original LCR. The 1-7/8″ barrel and eight-shot cylinder are constructed of stainless steel, and the cylinder is highly fluted to reduce weight. The frame is machined from an aerospace-grade aluminum forging, and the fire control housing is molded from rugged and durable glass-filled nylon. The fire control system utilizes Ruger’s patented friction reducing cam that provides a uniquely smooth, non-stacking trigger pull.

 

Hornady Zombie Max Ammo

Hornady Zombie MaxYES YES! That is right! Hornady has came out with ZOMBIE AMMO!

 

Hornady has just released its brand new line of ammunition just for zombies. If you are wanting to be prepared for the zombie apocalypse, then you need to start stocking! While your out getting your brand new ammunition, dont forget to ask your gun store if you can get the new Ruger LCP 380 Zombie Slayer.