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Old 09-07-2012, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default NEW Ruger Single-Nine .22 Magnum Revolver

This looks pretty awesome!

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2...gnum-revolver/




Ruger has announced a new .22 Magnum revolver called the Single-Nine. As its name suggests, it has a nine chamber cylinder. It is build upon the Ruger Single-Six frame.
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce the Ruger® Single-Nine™, a nine-shot, single-action revolver chambered in .22 Winchester Magnum.

The Single-Nine™ features a nine-shot cylinder and is constructed from durable satin-finished stainless steel. With a 6.5-inch barrel and smooth, hardwood, "Gunfighter" grips, the Single-Nine™ is well-balanced and points easily. Williams™ fiber optic sights, click-adjustable for both windage and elevation, provide a crisp sight picture that is enhanced with front and rear fiber optic inserts.

"The Single-Nine™ builds upon the success of the Single-Ten®," remarked Mike Fifer, Ruger President and CEO. "The higher capacity cylinder is sure to please fans of the powerful .22 Magnum cartridge, and the 6.5-inch barrel helps the .22 Magnum reach more of its velocity potential. The trim, "Gunfighter" grips and fiber optic sights make the Single-Nine™ easy to point and aim," he continued.

Like the rest of the Single-Six line, it is a premium revolver with a price to match. The MSRP is $629.

Specifications
Caliber .22 WMR
Capacity 9 rounds
Finish Satin Stainless
Grip Hardwood Gunfighter
Barrel 6.5"
Twist 1:14" RH
Overall Length 12"
Weight 39.00 oz.
MA Approved Yes
Sights Williams Adjustable Fiber Optic
Other Features
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MSRP (Price) $629
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Old 09-07-2012, 04:12 PM   #2
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very nice weapon
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Its nice,but it lacks a double action. Thats the single most important feature in a revo for me.
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Well, add another to the list.
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Its nice,but it lacks a double action. Thats the single most important feature in a revo for me.
Yep, and it has that cowboy style handle that's not bear paw friendly.

Nice looking gun though, 22 maggies are awesome.

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Yep, and it has that cowboy style handle that's not bear paw friendly.

Nice looking gun though, 22 maggies are awesome.

Rick
If you can palm a basket ball the grips are to small. I love my old H&R convertable with a 7" barrel.
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I like single action revolvers, but sure would like to find a higher capacity double action convertible. If Smith would make a conversion for my 6" 617, I would be a happy man.
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