Ruger Adds New Firearms to SP101, GP100, Redhawk, 10/22 and No. 1

Ruger SP101 in .327 Federal Magnum
Ruger SP101 in .327 Federal Magnum

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- Ruger announces additions to the Ruger SP101, GP100, Redhawk, 10/22, and No.1 line of products.

Ruger SP101 in .327 Federal Magnum:

The compact, all-stainless steel Ruger SP101 is now chambered in the powerful .327 Federal Magnum, which approximates the performance of .357 Magnum but allows an increase in capacity to six rounds. This model features a 3″ barrel, fixed sights and a cushioned rubber grip with engraved wood grip panels.

GP100 Seven-Round:

The popular GP100, famous for its rugged reliability, is now available in seven-round capacity models chambered in .357 Magnum. These new model offerings are available in three popular barrel lengths – 2.50″, 4.20″, and 6″. These new seven-round models feature one-piece rubber grips with hardwood inserts, adjustable rear sights and fiber optic front sights.

GP100 7-Round with 2.50" Barrel
GP100 7-Round with 2.50″ Barrel
GP100 7-Round with 4.20" Barrel
GP100 7-Round with 4.20″ Barrel
GP100 7-Round with 6" Barrel
GP100 7-Round with 6″ Barrel

Redhawk with Sleeve and Shroud Barrels:

The iconic Redhawk is now available with accuracy-enhancing sleeve and shroud barrels. Barrel sleeves are cold hammer-forged in-house at Ruger and the sleeve and shroud barrel assembly provides for consistently tight tolerance control. These new Redhawks are offered in 4.20″ and 5.50″ barrel lengths, and feature un-fluted cylinders with eight-round capacity chambered in .357 Magnum.

Redhawk with 4.20" Barrel
Redhawk with 4.20″ Barrel
Redhawk with 5.50" Barrel
Redhawk with 5.50″ Barrel

10/22 with Scope and Case:

The class-leading 10/22 is now available with a factory-installed Weaver 3-9×40 scope featuring a Dual-X reticle. This blued model with an 18″ barrel and black synthetic stock is packed in a Ruger-branded hard case that is under 48″ long.

10/22 with Scope and Case
10/22 with Scope and Case

10/22 Target Lite with Black Laminate Thumbhole Stock:

The 10/22 Target Lite is a highly accurate rifle that features a black laminate thumbhole stock, cold hammer-forged barrel tensioned in a black-anodized aluminum alloy barrel sleeve and the light and crisp BX-Trigger™. The stock also has a rollover comb, a flat forend and installed swivel studs.

10/22 Target Lite with Black Laminate Thumbhole Stock
10/22 Target Lite with Black Laminate Thumbhole Stock

No.1 Sporter in .450 Marlin:

The classic No.1 Sporter is now chambered in the powerful .450 Marlin cartridge. A short 20″ barrel mated to the short, single-shot No.1 action combine to make a quick-handling rifle that is easy to carry.

No.1 Sporter in .450 Marlin
No.1 Sporter in .450 Marlin

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Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market. As a full-line manufacturer of American-made firearms, Ruger offers consumers over 400 variations of more than 30 product lines. For more than 60 years, Ruger has been a model of corporate and community responsibility. Our motto, “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens,” echoes the importance of these principles as we work hard to deliver quality and innovative firearms.

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Bill
Bill
3 years ago

Absolutely love this gun: GP100 7-Round with 2.50″ Barrel – would love to shoot it!

Gunwrites
Gunwrites
3 years ago

Will the new 7 round GP100s take the same speed-loaders as my S&W 696+?

Thefixer
Thefixer
3 years ago

Joseph, this is too easily checked. Jeff says it all, and backs it up with dead accurate figures. The key word here is approximate. Check the foot-pounds figures. The range for these loads for both rounds fall between 500+ and 750+. There’s no debate here.

Jeff
Jeff
3 years ago

Joseph, Federal’s ammunition catalog lists the .327 with 100 grain bullets at 1500 fps, while it has the .357 with 125-130 grain bullets at a little over 1400 fps. At 100 yards, the remaining energy is listed at 310 fpe for the .327 while the .357 loads are at 333/373 fpe, so it looks pretty close at least in the lighter weights available to the .327.

Joseph Constable
Joseph Constable
3 years ago

The .327 does not approximate the .357.

Mr.SW
Mr.SW
3 years ago

Joseph it sure does approximate to almost equal between the 2. I own both and the .327 is a lot nicer to shoot than the .357 for recoil.There will Never be a target or animal that could tell the different s when hit. Charts and data are fun to look at but mean nearly nothing when it comes to these two fine Cal.

Robert sparks
Robert sparks
3 years ago
Reply to  Mr.SW

I would like to see Ruger re-introduce the Deerfield carbine in the 327 federal I think that it could become an everyday go to gun especially if paired to the SP101, like back to the day when your rifle and pistol shot the same round

FRANK P. MANCINI
FRANK P. MANCINI
3 years ago
Reply to  Robert sparks

JUST GOT AN SP101 IN 327 FEDERAL CALIBER. IT IS FANTASTIC!!!