Firearms|Firearm Accessories The Ruger Max-9 is a new subcompact 9mm just released to market. The new subcompact by Ruger is seeing massive support in aftermarket accessories after its release. Now, […]
Firearms|Firearm Accessories The Ruger-57 was released to much success and acclaim over a year or so ago. Now, it seems that the supply for the popular pistol is catching up […]
Last week, Ruger released their new micro-compact Ruger Max-9. New owners of the new Max-9 will be eager to personalize and refine the pistol to meet their needs. Viridian Weapons Technologies has just announced their new Ruger Max-9 Lasers from the company’s E-Series.
Firearms|Handguns Yesterday, Ruger introduced their new micro compact pistol to the market—the Ruger Max-9. The new Max-9 is set to compete with the Sig P365 series and Springfield Hellcat in […]
First off, I understand no one is clamoring for a 5.7 pistol to be made in a compact factor. Yet, I think it’s an interesting idea so hear me out. Now, imagine having a 5.7 pistol in a G19 size form factor. Are you telling me you wouldn’t potentially rock one? I would. That would be dope ass hell…a 5.7 pistol in a G19 form factor sign me up.
This year for the firearm industry and community has seen tremendous growth. While having to deal with struggle as well. In 2020, we experienced record sales and growth of companies. We faced the challenges of canceled trade shows. All the while dealing with the tyranny of government and it’s agencies. (Talking to you ATF) Throughout, all those obstacles due to Covid-19 lockdowns, mass civil unrest, and tyranny from the government the industry continued to flourish. As, Americans have sought firearms for self defense in these chaotic times we reside in. The value of gun ownership has been made very clear during the unprecedented times we live in.
News|Industry News A little over a week ago Ruger announced the completion of the acquisition of Marlin from Remington’s bankruptcy sale of company assets. The sale was finalized on November […]
Last week, Israeli based Meprolight release an addition to their extensive pistol sight collection with the: Meprolight Adjustable Day/Night sights. These sights will be compatible with Glock, Sig Sauer P-Frames (aka Sig P226), H&K, Ruger, and many others.
Recently, Ruger announced the release of the American Competition Pistol (ACP) to their Ruger American line. The American Competition Pistol features a 5” competition barrel, a 1:16 twist rate for the barrel, a lengthened and ported slide, fully adjustable rear sight with a fiber optic front sight. The American Competition Pistol also features an optic mount plate for a red dot sight.
Warning!: This is my opinion and hands-on impression of the Ruger-57. My time was limited with the pistol to only the show floor. I didn’t have access to Range Day on Monday. So, my impressions are from the multiple times I visited the Ruger’s booth to spend sometime with the pistol.
It seems that Ruger is gearing up to have a big Shot Show 2019. I haven’t seen Ruger this active before Shot Show since the release of the Ruger Precision Rifle a few years back now. Today, Ruger is dropping a bomb of an announcement and release of their new pistol. The Ruger-57.
Today, Ruger announced and released the Lite Rack LCP II that is chambered in .22LR, which is a direct competitor to the Glock 44 released a less than a month earlier.