Sturm, Ruger

Sturm, Ruger & Company NYSE: RGR is a Connecticut-based manufacturing company composed of three divisions: Ruger Firearms, Ruger Investment Castings, and Ruger Golf. The best known division is the first one, because Sturm, Ruger was formed as a firearms company - in fact, the firearms division is often called "Sturm, Ruger" even though "Sturm" is no longer part of its official name. Ruger is the largest American firearms manufacturer.

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Sturm, Ruger & Company was founded by William B. Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm in 1949 in a small, rented machine shop in Southport, Connecticut. They initially produced a .22 caliber pistol (see Ruger MK II), which became so successful that it launched the entire company. Ruger Firearms is now the nation's largest firearms manufacturer, and the only one producing firearms in all four market segments: rifles, shotguns, pistols, and revolvers.

Ruger has absolute dominance of the .22 rimfire rifle market in the U.S. with its Ruger 10/22, and has had that dominance for some years now that was assured by its inexpensiveness and high quality. It has produced a custom edition of it sold only by Wal-Mart.

Ruger similarly dominates the .22 rimfire semiauto pistol market with the Ruger MK II. Like the 10/22, the MkII is extremely well supported with a variety of good aftermarket accessories.

Ruger Casting has plants in New Hampshire and Arizona, making ferrous, ductile iron and commercial titanium castings. Ruger Golf makes steel and titanium castings for golf clubs made by a number of different brands.

Sturm, Ruger stock has been publicly traded since 1969, and became a New York Stock Exchange company in 1990 (NYSE:RGR). After Alex Sturm’s death in 1951, William B. Ruger continued to direct the company and until his death in 2002.

From 1949 through 2004, Ruger has built over 20 million firearms, and currently offers hundreds of models for hunters, target shooters, collectors, and law enforcement.

Corporate governance

Current members of the board of directors of the company are: John Cosentino, Richard Cunniff, John Kingsley, William Ruger, Stephen Sanetti, James E. Service, and Joseph Strasser.

Products

Centerfire Rifles

  • Mini-14
  • Mini-30
  • Ruger Police Carbine
  • M77 Mark II Assorted Models


Rimfire Rifles

  • Ruger 10/22
  • Ruger 77/22
  • Ruger 77/17
  • Ruger 96/22


Centerfire Pistols

  • P Series
  • Ruger P97


Rimfire Pistols

  • Ruger MK I (not currently in production)
  • Ruger MK II
  • Ruger MK III
  • Ruger 22/45 MK III]]

Revolvers

  • Vaquero
  • Single Six
  • Bearcat
  • Blackhawk series
  • 480 Super Redhawk

Submachineguns

  • Ruger MP9

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Ruger has absolute dominance of the .22 rimfire rifle market in the U.S. Dolman sleeve, a long sleeve that is very wide at the top and narrow at the wrist. Ruger Firearms is now the nation's largest firearms manufacturer, and the only one producing firearms in all four market segments: rifles, shotguns, pistols, and revolvers. Cap sleeve, a very short sleeve not extending below armpit level. They initially produced a .22 caliber pistol (see Ruger MK II), which became so successful that it launched the entire company. Bishop sleeve, a long sleeve, fuller at the bottom than the top, and gathered into a cuff (1940s). Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm in 1949 in a small, rented machine shop in Southport, Connecticut. Also known as a "magyar" sleeve.

Sturm, Ruger & Company was founded by William B. Batwing sleeve, a long sleeve with a very deep armhole, tapering towards the wrist. Ruger is the largest American firearms manufacturer. The best known division is the first one, because Sturm, Ruger was formed as a firearms company - in fact, the firearms division is often called "Sturm, Ruger" even though "Sturm" is no longer part of its official name. Sturm, Ruger & Company NYSE: RGR is a Connecticut-based manufacturing company composed of three divisions: Ruger Firearms, Ruger Investment Castings, and Ruger Golf.

Ruger MP9. 480 Super Redhawk. Blackhawk series. Bearcat.

Single Six. Vaquero. Ruger 22/45 MK III]]. Ruger MK III.

Ruger MK II. Ruger MK I (not currently in production). Ruger P97. P Series.

Ruger 96/22. Ruger 77/17. Ruger 77/22. Ruger 10/22.

M77 Mark II Assorted Models. Ruger Police Carbine. Mini-30. Mini-14.

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