Posted April 22, 2019 9:30 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

Ruger’s new Wrangler series runs half of what its comparable single-action .22LRs do (Photos: Ruger)
Ruger over the weekend announced a new series of affordable single-action rimfire revolvers to the market, the Wildcat line. Using lean manufacturing techniques, CNC-machining and a new aluminum alloy cylinder frame, Ruger’s newest revolvers are all six-shot .22LR-chambered wheel guns that build on Bill Ruger’s original Single-Six format first introduced in the 1950s.
Across the line, all Wranglers use a Cerakote finish available in three colors, synthetic Single-Six pattern grip panels, and integral rear sights with a blade front. Standard barrel length is 4.62-inches which produces a 10.25-inch overall length and means holsters for similar-sized Single-Sixes will work. Weight is 30-ounces, which is a few ounces lighter than a comparable-sized Single-Six.
Best yet, the guns have an MSRP of $249, which is less than half the amount of Ruger’s other single action rimfire revolvers such as the aforementioned Single-Six and Bearcat series.
“The attractive price, combined with the affordability of rimfire ammunition, make this revolver ideal for learning to shoot, introducing friends or family to the sport, or just experiencing the fun of single-action shooting,” says the company in a statement.
The guns are available in black, silver and burnt bronze

Source: Guns.com

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