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American pistol & rifle & shotgun manufacturer: Sturm Ruger (RGR) (1949)

Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. (NYSE:RGR) was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Southport, Connecticut, USA. It has 1,847 full-time employees. It is a firearms company. The company that designs, manufactures and sells is famous for producing revolvers and shotguns.

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Sturm Ruger (RGR):

Sturm Ruger & Co., Inc. is engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of guns and has its own brand Ruger. Its products include rifles, pistols and revolvers. The business operation of Sturm-Rugger is divided into guns and investment casting; the guns department is engaged in the manufacture and sale of rifles, pistols and revolvers to the federal government authorized and independent wholesale distributors; the investment casting department manufactures and sells Steel castings.

Sturm Ruger (RGR) history:

  • In 1949, Alexander McCormick Sturm and William B. Ruger founded Sturm, Ruger & Company;
  • In 1969, Sturm Ruger & Co. began public trading;
  • In 1990, Sturm, Ruger & Company shares were listed on the New York Stock Exchange;
  • From 1949 to 2004, Sturm-Rugger manufactured more than 20 million guns, and currently mainly produces guns for hunting, shooting, self-defense and law enforcement (police guns).

Sturm Ruger (RGR) products:

Bolt-action rifle

  • Hawkeye M77
  • Guide Gun
  • Hawkeye African
  • Gunsite Scout Rifle
  • Model 77 (rotating wheel magazine)
  • American Rifle
  • American Rimfire
  • Ruger Precision Rifle

Single shot rifle

  • No. 1
  • No. 3 (discontinued)

Auto-loading rifle

  • Model 44 (discontinued)
  • 10/22
  • 10/17 (discontinued)
  • SR-22
  • Mini-14
  • XGI (no production, development stopped)
  • Police Carbine (discontinued)
  • Deerfield Carbine (discontinued)
  • AR-556
  • SR-556
  • SR-762

Lever rifle

  • Model 96 (discontinued)

Shotgun

  • Red Label
  • Gold Label (discontinued)

Centerfire pistol

  • Hawkeye (discontinued)
  • P series (discontinued)
  • SR series
  • SR1911
  • LCP
  • LC9
  • LC380
  • LC9s

Rimfire pistol

  • Standard (MK I) (discontinued)
  • MK II (discontinued)
  • MK III
  • 22/45
  • SR22

Double Action Revolver

  • Security-Six (discontinued)
  • Redhawk
  • GP100
  • SP101
  • Super Redhawk
  • Super Redhawk Alaskan
  • LCR

Single Action Revolver

  • Bearcat
  • Single-Six
  • Blackhawk
  • Super Blackhawk
  • Vaquero
  • Old Army (discontinued)
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