Shop the ever-growing gun inventory of Ruger handguns for sale online at Guns.com. These reliable semi-automatic pistols and revolves can be found in both new and used models, giving customers several price options. Your purchase comes backed with the Guns.com promise to make the online gun buying experience – and ownership – the best it can be.
Whether searching for self-defense, competition, or a big game hunting sidearm, Ruger has a handgun for every need.
An award-winning manufacturer of reliable firearms, Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. was started in a small machine shop in 1949 and now makes more than a million guns each year. The first pistol produced by Ruger was the highly popular 22-caliber Ruger Standard, but today the company manufactures 12 pistols and 10 revolvers, all with a number of variations and in a wide range of calibers.
Trusted by law enforcement and government agencies, Ruger handguns are known to be rugged and reliable, while the company’s commitment to quality and continuous innovations ensure their handguns are easy to use and comfortable to carry. In addition to advances in manufacturing, Ruger is dedicated to community and safety, living up to their motto “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens.”
Ruger’s most popular semi-automatic pistols include the Ruger LCP and the Ruger LC9s, both of which can be purchased online at Guns.com.
The LCP is chambered in 380 ACP, while the LC9s is chambered in 9mm (9x19). These handguns are compact, easy to carry, and easy to shoot. Adding to their popularity, both are affordable for most consumers but don’t sacrifice quality for price.
Also chambered in 380 ACP, the Ruger LC380 is slightly larger than the LCP and remains a popular option for personal protection. Other semi-automatic handguns that are chambered in 9mm (9x19) and well-liked in the gun community include the Ruger EC9S, Ruger American, Ruger Security 9, Ruger SR9, and the Ruger SR1911, as well as the Ruger LC9, from which the LC9s was based.
Ruger’s top-selling revolver is the Ruger LCR (Lightweight Compact Revolver), which is ideal for concealed carry. The LCR is a hammerless revolver, but its counterpart, the LCRX, features an external hammer. The Ruger LCR is made with either an aerospace-grade aluminum frame and chambered in 22 LR, 22 Mag, and 38 Special, or a stainless steel frame chambered in 9mm (9x19), 357 Mag, and 327 Federal Mag. This American-made revolver features a patented polymer fire-control housing that helps to reduce weight and felt recoil.
The Ruger GP100 is also a popular option for self-defense, while the Ruger SP101 and the Ruger Redhawk are revolvers that offer a larger caliber on a relatively small frame, making them suitable for home defense or a hunting sidearm.
For those seeking a more classic, cowboy-style revolver, the Ruger Blackhawk has remained a favorite for over 60 years. The 22-caliber Ruger Single-Six and Ruger Single-Nine, as well as the Ruger Vaquero, which is available in 45 LC, 357 Mag, and 44 Rem Mag, are also well-loved revolvers with an Old West feel.
All of these Ruger handguns can be found for sale at Guns.com. We offer several options for the online gun buyer, as well as used guns for those who are on a tighter budget. And with the Guns.com Certified Used Gun program, customers can rest easy knowing these guns have been carefully curated and inspected by firearm experts.
Ruger semi-automatic handguns can be purchased new and used for just over $200, depending on the model, and prices go up to around $750, or more.
Likewise, Ruger revolvers can be purchased used from Guns.com for a little over $500, and go up in price to more than $800. With so many options, it’s easy to find a Ruger handgun for any need and budget.
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