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Introducing the Wrangler Single-Action revolver from Ruger. Built on the legacy of the popular Ruger Single-Six, the new Wrangler complements Ruger's rich history of producing quality, rugged, reliable single-action revolvers. The attractive price, combined with the affordability of rimfire ammunition, make this revolver ideal for learning to shoot, introducing friends or family to the sport, or just experiencing the fun of single-action shooting.
Please Note: The Wrangler is not available for sale in Minnesota and Massachusetts.
Accurate. Good balance. Hammer a little stiff to cock. Ceracote finish is flawless.
What can I say, accurate out of the box, great cerakote finish and just plain sweet for plinking. I could get squirrels or rabbits with this one.
This gun is so fun to shoot. Easy cleaning is a plus. I have a great time shooting this at the range.
You can't expect the buttery-smooth feel and performance of costly Ruger cowboy guns for this price, but I'm not sure why the hammer has to be so stiff to cock. Someone with weak hands might find it irritating, but then there's always the two-thumb approach. The gun is really phenomenal for the price. Very well made, solid, and precise, nothing wobbly, built like a tank. Great trigger, with no slack once cocked and a pull weight similar to my Single Six.
An advantage to the Cerakote finish is that you might be more willing to risk it out on the trail than you would a fancier revolver. The only cosmetic complaint I have is that the hammer and trigger look like they had a bit of a hard time in the parts bin. I waited two months for this model, and Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore delivered efficiently, as always.
So glad Ruger came up with this model. Wonderful balance, timing and lock up. Shoots exactly where you point it. Ordered another one in black today. Just picked it up yesterday and I've put 500 rounds thru it this afternoon playing around in the backyard. Just can't put it down. Well worth the money. Hell it's worth more than what I spent on it. Can't say that about many guns. Home run for Ruger.