On October 22, 2017, Ruger celebrated the inaugural “Ruger Day,” a day created to celebrate all things Ruger, and celebrated on 10/22 because of our ubiquitous 10/22® rifle. Since then, Ruger has adopted 10/22 as a day for Ruger fans to share their favorite Ruger stories, take their Ruger firearms out to the range, and visit their retailers to buy new Ruger firearms and accessories. National Ruger Day is a celebration not only of the legacy of Ruger, but also the firearms industry.
Do you have a favorite Ruger story to share?
My first long gun and handgun were both Ruger’s.
In my book they are quality!
Ruger 44 Carbine
Ruger Redhawk 44 Mag
Very cool. I really wish Ruger would bring back the 44 Carbine or chamber it in 357 magnum. In my view, it would be much better than the PCCs currently on today’s market.
Ruger LCR .38 Spcl. Nice pocket carry. Not very comfortable to shoot.
Always wanted a .22, but it took me over 60 years to actually acquire one . I have a 10/22 takedown. Happy little kid now!
During my .22LR phase, I looked at a 10/22 but ended up getting a Henry to complement my Single Six.
I outgrew them both and now own .22 GSG 1911 and semiauto rifle.
Impossible to acquire in Kalifornia but no.1 on my wish list is the Ruger Charger.
Agreed. I sold my LCRx (with hammer version) for the very same reason.
I have been shooting Ruger since 1982, now I own 3 10-22s.