Ruger recently launched the Ruger-57, a new striker-fired pistol with impressive ergonomics including an easy trigger reach, 1911-style ambidextrous manual safety, robust slide release, and reversible magazine latch. Chambered in the high-performance and low-recoiling 5.7x28mm caliber, this ergonomic, smooth shooting, and accurate pistol is as full-featured as they come.
Already generating buzz throughout the industry, here's a quick rundown on the new Ruger-57:
Light and accurate (perfect for small game hunting), the Ruger-57 pistol features:
Fun to Shoot, Cool to Own - The all-new Ruger-57™ is just plain cool.
Brought to you by the company that revolutionized the innovation of rugged, reliable firearms that the average American can afford, the Ruger-57™ is our most cutting-edge platform yet.
WHOA. Sounds like a rootin' tootin' good time, so without further ado:
Here are five great video gun reviews of the Ruger-57!
22plinkster took the 57 out back and put her through the paces, listing plenty of pros and very few cons after shooting this new pistol from Ruger.
Kevin Jarnagin of GunTalk Media gave a comprehensive rundown of the Ruger-57 and shared his initial thoughts after his day at the range... complete with exploding water jugs!!
The Firearm Blog's Hop had a lot to say about Ruger's new firearm including a pretty sick reference for 90's kids.
The guys take a detailed look at the Ruger-57 in 5.7x28 announced just before the 2020 SHOT Show coming up soon!
Old school meets the new 5.7x28 from Ruger, pew pew ensues.
While the influencers and the firearms industry may find it hard to contain their excitement over the Ruger-57, is it enough to drive customers to their local gun store? Do you plan on testing or purchasing Ruger's new pistol?
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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.