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Sturm, Ruger & Co. LC9 Sub-Compact Pistol

While Ruger's LCP proved popular with both civilians and law enforcement officers, there were those who felt that its .380 cartridge was a lower end choice for defensive purposes. To answer this criticism, Ruger developed the Light Compact 9 (LC9).

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Ruger Introduces LCR-22 Revolver

Sturm, Ruger & Company, has introduced the Ruger LCR-22, an eight-shot LCR chambered in .22 Long Rifle.

Ruger Introduces .22 LR SP101 Revolver

The 30-ounce double-action revolver is made of weather-resistant stainless steel with a satin finish. The revolver features a fully adjustable square-notch rear sight and fiber-optic, square-post front sight.

Ruger's SR1911 Pistol

Ruger celebrated the M1911 centennial by introducing the SR1911, a hard-nosed pistol for purists, collectors and warriors. View our photo gallery of the new pistol that includes several photos not seen in the June "Arsenal" review of Ruger's SR1911 pistol.

Ruger Introduces SR40c Pistol

The Ruger SR40c pistol has a 3.5-inch barrel and an overall length of 6.85 inches. The pistol weighs 23.40 ounces. The pistol is 4.61 inches high with a 1.27-inch-wide grip (across safety levers).

Sturm, Ruger & Co. SR1911 Pistol

I found the SR1911 to be a fitting example of a 1911 pistol. It was well built of first-class materials, and it displayed excellent ergonomics; above average accuracy; and reliability.

Ruger Introduces SR-556E AR-Type Rifle

Ruger, at the NRA Show 2011, announced the SR-556E carbine, which the company is marketing as a value-priced alternative of the SR-556. Both rifles include the two-stage piston and multi-stage regulator that runs cooler and cleaner than traditional AR-style rifles.

Ruger SR40 Duty Pistol

Ruger's SR40 duty pistol may be the first semi-auto from the company that could catch on with law enforcement officers. Ruger introduced the first striker-fired polymer pistol, the SR9, in 2007. Because .40-caliber S&W is the leading duty ammo in law enforcement, the company introduced a pistol to compete in this realm. In his "Arsenal" review in the March issue of POLICE Magazine, Paul Scarlata called the SR40 a "a pleasingly accurate pistol."

Ruger Introduces 1911-Style Pistol

The single-action, .45-auto Ruger SR1911 arrives with a stainless steel slide, barstock frame, 5-inch barrel and bushing. The slide features rear cocking serrations and a dovetailed three-dot sight system with a Novak rear sight and standard front sight.

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Sturm, Ruger & Co. SR40 Duty Pistol

The SR40's slide is machined from solid stainless steel, and it is the narrowest of any of its contemporaries. The slide also features very aggressive grasping grooves, making it easy to retract even with wet hands or when wearing gloves.

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