Shooting the New Ruger Single-Ten .22LR Revolver

Shooting the New Ruger Single-Ten .22LR Revolver

Earlier this year, Ruger introduced a classic gun, the Single-Six, with some exciting new features. The new Ruger Single-Ten in .22LR still carries the classic lines of the Single-Six with a a 5 1/2-inch barrel, walnut "Gunfighter" grips, Williams fiber optic sights (click adjustable for both windage and elevation), a satin stainless finish and a 10-round cylinder.


If you were around in the '50s you probably remember the Single-Six from shows like Gunsmoke, The Lone Ranger and even Roy Rogers. Now, you can have that iconic style with four more rounds and all the fun of the .22LR cartridge.

J. Guthrie and Ruger's Media Relations Director Ken Jorgensen take the Single-Ten to the range to spotlight this throwback revolver with a new twist.



Weight: 38.00 oz.

Grips: Hardwood Gunfighter

Twist: 1:14" RH

Grooves: 6

MA Approved : No

Suggested Retail: $619.00

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