Looking for a centerfire pistol with more bang for your bullet? Ruger's got you covered!
Ruger just launched a new striker-fired pistol with impressive ergonomics including an easy trigger reach and a 1911-style ambidextrous manual safety.
The new Ruger 57 pistol in 5.7x28mm, available in two models, is already generating buzz throughout the industry, so let's walk through them to see what's new!
High-capacity and featuring an all-steel slide drilled and tapped for easy mounting, this new pistol from Ruger is a full-size option for customers looking for superior ballistics on a handgun.
Light and accurate (perfect for small game hunting), the Ruger-57 pistol features:
Featuring the same specifications, Ruger also offers a 10 + 1 capacity version of the Ruger-57 in their Model 16402.
Still not California or Massachusetts compliant, this lower capacity model of the Ruger-57 also features a steel magazine that provides double-stack capacity without unnecessary bulk and a fiber optic front sight.
CrossBreed has been working with Ruger to be able to provide holster options ahead of their release of the Ruger-57. The SuperTuck (IWB) and SnapSlide (OWB) are already available, with more options based on consumer demand coming soon!
In response to concealed carry consumers' needs, Ruger also just dropped the new Lite Rack LCP II Chambered in .22 LR, a low-recoil pistol featuring an easy-to-rack slide designed to be comfortable to shoot and operate.
With an MSRP of $349, will this compact pistol designed for easy operation become a justifiable alternative to the Smith&Wesson M&P380 Shield EZ?
Ruger certainly seems to be sending 2019 out with a bang but will it drive customers into their local gun store? Will you be looking for coverage on the Ruger-57 from SHOT Show?
Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Jenn Jacques is a fierce defender of the Second Amendment, concealed carry advocate, fishing enthusiast, hiker, hunter, and an all-around great gal with a gun. As a former Private Detective, Jenn put those skills to good use, fighting for gun rights in her home state of Wisconsin before working as the Editor of a 2A News site, publication writer, and freelance blogger.
Jacques has hundreds of hours of firearms training under her belt including Street Encounters and Low Light/No Light Training, is a graduate of the Gunsite Academy, and was named a S.A.F.E. Summer Local Champion of Firearm Safety by the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Project ChildSafe.
She has been a staple in the firearms industry since 2009 and is proud to be raising her three children with her husband John who is also an avid hunter, 2A supporter, and an amazing father.
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