Gun Deals: Ruger Wrangler 22LR 4.6in Blue 6 round Revolver $257.99 FREE S&H

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Ruger Wrangler 22LR 4.6in Blue 6 round Revolver Sale

USA – -( If you do not have one of these then you are missing out on a whole lot of fun. Got kids, they will love shooting this revolver. Kentucky Gun Co with a great price on the Ruger Wrangler 22LR 4.6in Blue 6-round Revolver at just $257.99 with FREE shipping. And YES, you need one for each hand.

Ruger Wrangler 22LR 4.6in Blue 6 round Revolver


Model includes the DeSantis® Wild Hog Field and Range Holster. This holster can be worn cross draw or with a forward cant and is ambidextrous. It’s built from premium top grain steer hide and center cut steer hide and features an adjustable tension device.
Blade front and integral notch rear sights.
Chambered for affordable .22 LR ammunition.
Transfer bar mechanism and loading gate interlock provide an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge.
Cold hammer-forged barrel results in ultra-precise rifling that provides exceptional accuracy and longevity.
Cerakote® finish provides rugged reliability in all environments.
Hardwood grips on a Single-Six® pattern grip frame.


Model Number: 2014
Caliber: 22 LR
Grips: Hardwood
Capacity: 6
Front Sight: Blade
Barrel Length: 4.62″
Cylinder Frame Finish: Cobalt Cerakote®
Cylinder Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy
Rear Sight: Integral
Overall Length: 10.25″
Weight: 30 oz.
Twist: 1:14″ RH
Grooves: 6
UPC: 7-36676-02014-0

Gun Deals: Ruger Wrangler 22LR 4.6in Blue 6 round Revolver $257.99 FREE S&H

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The same gun is available for $209.99 at Sportsman’s Warehouse.


I’m a big fan of the SINGLE-SIXES made by Ruger, I have four of them and what I like is the inter-changeable to the 22wmr cylinder for a little more punch, also that the sights can be upgraded to the fiber-optic sights and adjustable rear sights, I also have the Heritage Rough Rider, which is a little less expensive, they are my knock around guns around my property. Comparing the two are an equal match for learners and experienced shooters, they are fun to shoot and basically an even match. The Ruger’s are great with fit and workman ship is… Read more »


I do question why neither company could have made a 9 rnd cylinder, at least for 22 lr. 22 WMR not so. But possibly a seven round cylinder. New England firearms had a R92 Ultra. I think in the 80s & 90s. And cylinders were easily swapped out 22lr & 22WMR. If you had the 22WMR version. Just as the Rough Rider. NE Arms was easier loading & unloading. Cylinders would swing out to the left. So you could dump all empties at once. They were affiliate of H&R company. Bought out by Marlin. Well built little guns. I would… Read more »


Looks like a fun inexpensive day at the range shop around till you find the best price. Little trigger job to help it shoot better fun for the whole family.