Introducing the Ruger SR45

Introducing the Ruger SR45

Ruger introduced its brand new Ruger SR45 at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Based on Ruger's popular SR9 series, the SR45 is chambered in .45 ACP and comes with two 10-round magazines. The SR45 features an ambidextrous manual safety and mag release, along with interchangeable backstraps and adjustable 3-dot sights for windage and elevation. The SR45 also features a Picatinny-style rail for mounting tactical lights or lasers. Available in either a stainless steel, brushed finish slide or an alloy, black nitrite slide, the SR45 is available with a price point of $529. Check out the video straight from SHOT Show.

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