Is the Ruger American Pistol any good?

Is the Ruger American Pistol any good?

With an MSRP of $579 for either the 9mm or . 45ACP models, the Ruger American Pistol represents a great bargain and another excellent addition to the polymer semi-automatic pistol market. Some might bemoan that it’s simply another striker-fired pistol, but Ruger enthusiasts finally have an answer to Glock’s cash cow.

Is the Ruger American 9mm a good gun?

At the end of the day, it was easy to see why the Ruger American Pistol Competition 9mm is a top choice for 3 gun competition shooters. This American-made quality, high-capacity, accurate-as-the-day-is-long pistol, is an affordable and appealing pistol.

When was the Ruger American Pistol made?

December 2015
The Ruger American Pistol is a polymer-framed, semi-automatic pistol introduced by Ruger in December 2015. The pistol uses a pre-tensioned striker firing system, and is chambered in 9mm Luger and . 45 ACP.

Does the Ruger American have a safety?

Safety is a major consideration on the American Pistol. Unlike a Glock, the gun can be disassembled without pulling the trigger. It also features an internal automatic sear block to prevent accidental discharge, backed up by a trigger safety that requires the trigger to be pulled for the gun to be fired.

Is the Ruger American Pistol double action?

The Ruger American Pistol is a full-size semi-automatic that utilizes a Browning-type locked-breech action.

How much does a 9mm Ruger?


Model: 3810
Sights: Drift Adjustable
Manual Safety: Yes
Style: Standard
MSRP: $449.00

Does a Ruger 9mm have a safety?

The safety lever can be operated from both the left and right sides of the gun. on most Ruger 9mm guns the safety is found on the slide, near the hammer. Load a magazine with the appropriate number of bullets for it’s size.

Who is the largest gun manufacturer in the United States?

According to the ATF statistics for 2015, Ruger is currently America’s largest firearm manufacturer, as well as the second largest pistol and revolver manufacturer (behind Smith & Wesson) and rifle manufacturer (behind Remington) in the United States.

Why did Ruger stop making shotguns?

Final Production In January 2015, Ruger dropped the Red Label from its product line, citing an inability to achieve revenue expectations. As a consequence, Ruger no longer produces a shotgun in its model line. Accessories and choke tubes for the Ruger Red Label shotgun are still available from Ruger as of 2017.

What is the smallest Ruger 9mm?

Featuring sights that are machined integrally with the slide.

Model: 13203
Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 7+1
Barrel Length: 3.12″
Slide Finish: Black Oxide