Ruger Introduces the Single-Ten

by
posted on June 17, 2011
tn2.jpg

The Single-Ten features a ten-shot cylinder and is constructed from durable and handsome satin-finished stainless steel. With a 5.5-inch barrel and smooth, walnut "Gunfighter" grips, the Single-Ten is well balanced and points easily.

The sight picture of the Single-Ten is enhanced by Williams fiber-optic sights, which are click-adjustable for both windage and elevation.

"The Single-Six has always been a fun gun to shoot," remarked Mike Fifer, Ruger's CEO. "The additional cylinder capacity, along with the trim Gunfighter grips and fiber optic sights, make shooting the Single-Ten even more enjoyable," he continued.

For more information on the Ruger Single-Ten, or to learn more about the extensive, award-winning line of Ruger firearms, visit Ruger.

Latest

handgun facing right against ammunition box
handgun facing right against ammunition box

Review: Diamondback DB9SL Handgun

Richard Mann takes an in-depth look at the Diamondback DB9SL chambered in 9 mm. 

First Look: Viridian HS1 Hand Stop Laser

Viridian Weapon Technologies is rolling out a game-changing hand stop laser, the HS1, which is now available with an infrared beam.

6 Great Hard-Sided Pistol Cases

Whether you're traveling, riding in a vehicle, or simply want a sturdier case for around the house, here's a look at six great hard-sided pistol cases. 

First Look: MasterPiece Arms MPA DS40 TT Competition Pistol

MasterPiece Arms (MPA) is rolling out the new MPA DS40 Travis Tomasie (TT) Competition Pistol.

First Look: Mission First Tactical Extreme Duty Polymer Magazine

Mission First Tactical introducing the MFT Extreme Duty Polymer Magazine for the 7.62 NATO round, available in a 10-round option.

Review: Tisas PX-9 Gen 2 Pistol

The Wonder Nine gets reimagined with a new 9 mm from SDS Imports.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.