Ruger-57 Awarded Best Overall New Product by NASGW-POMA

Ruger-57 Pistol
Ruger’s Ruger-57 pistol has just been awarded the Caliber Award for Best Overall New Product by NASGW and POMA. IMG Ruger

U.S.A. -( Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce that the Ruger-57 pistol has been awarded the Caliber Award in the Best Overall New Product category by the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) in partnership with the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA).

“We are honored that the Ruger-57 pistol has been recognized by NASGW-POMA as the Best Overall New Product from the past year,” said Ruger President and CEO Chris Killoy. “New product innovation remains the cornerstone of our company, and we are proud of the exceptional team of folks who worked passionately to bring this product to market.”

The NASGW-POMA Caliber Awards honor the highest caliber new products in six product categories, as well as a Best Overall New Product. The winners for each category are chosen by an independent panel of 18 industry professionals. In order to qualify, manufacturers needed to be a NASGW member in good standing, the product must have been publicly released between the end of last year’s NASGW Expo and the beginning of this year’s Expo, and submission of the products was required through the NASGW Expo New Product Showcase.

About Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.

Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market. With products made in America, Ruger offers consumers almost 700 variations of more than 40 product lines. For 70 years, Ruger has been a model of corporate and community responsibility. Our motto, “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens” echoes our commitment to these principles as we work hard to deliver quality and innovative firearms.

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Don’t own one, really don’t want one but congratulations RUGER
The boys at FNH were laughing at you too!
You get the last laugh at half of FNs price point


Zackley, same if not better quality at half the price ! FN Herstal (Belgium) charges DOUBLE because it has FN brand name stamped into it. I’ll go with the 100% American made Ruger.


NOT laughing now…


Where is my post?


The moderator was probably reading the USELSESS BULLSHIT lizza sent and erased yours to make room for more of her USELESS BULLSHIT………….

Dave in Fairfax

I don’t read useless BS from anyone. Lizza is VERY hardworking. Every time I ditch her stuff she posts more. She is posting through North Star Information Ltd. Co, located in China. A LOT of our spammers come from Russia and China. Surprise.

Dave in Fairfax

If you look down towards the bottom you’ll find it.

Brian Buttlicker

It does appear to have been deleted. As an aside, I live in a rural area and have been having a seriously awful time finding ammunition for my 10mm, 9mm and 762, even on my usual go-tos. Any chance you might know of a cheeky spot to find some? Looking for both fmj and jhp, trying to stockpile.

I bet everyone is asking this, but dammit, I don’t know the secret handshake yet. Happy to provide more info if necessary.


I had planned to buy one, I have a ton of the brass and dies, after the price dropped below MSRP. And then BLM and ANTIFA and COVID happened. Maybe in a year or so.


I love this gun and would really like to shoot it. However, I can’t find ammo for this with a search warrant. A few websites have it for $80 a box. Go figure, gouging of course. Federal was suppose to have a run in September but haven’t seen any on the market yet.


If I didn’t already own a Ruger P85 I would likely buy this one.