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Ruger's Success

This is a discussion on Ruger's Success within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by dV8r Yep, not so hard to figure out. A good product that people want and like, now make it the USA. A ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dV8r View Post
    Yep, not so hard to figure out.
    A good product that people want and like, now make it the USA.
    A formula for success. Maybe GM could learn from this.

    By the way looks like there is no Union in the mix either, in case anyone is wondering.
    All I'd add is some type of mindset that encouraged innovation and R&D. That way, they can keep improving the product people like.
    There WILL be patents with this (simple) discovery. That, and "type III levers". It's untapped wealth, waiting for you who Google. Or your kids. People expanding on the potential are welcome to elucidate; I didn't phrase it well


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    First revolver I bought was a 4” Ruger Service Six back in 1974, since then I have added about 15 more to include a Mini-14 (only cost $189.99 back then) several Blackhawks, a Super Redhawk and an SR-1911.
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    I was just telling my brother-in-law this evening on the phone that Ruger is a great company with great service and great products. I've got an old Police Service Six .357, SP101 .357, and P95 9mm. Great guns, built like tanks. The new offerings from Ruger over the last 8 years or so reflect a company that is designing products around current demand. The LCP, LC9, and LCR are outstanding niche pieces that are much more innovative than their line-up of years gone by. They are now changing with the times in a much needed and appreciated manner.
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    I'd love to see Ruger make:

    a LCR in 9mm (using moon clips) and a shorter cylinder (for an even more compact size) - 9mm ammo is cheaper than .38 Spl

    an affordable pump and semi auto shotgun (big holes in their current product line)

    an affordable double-barrel coach gun with ejectors and a drop-safe safety

    I'd also love to see versions of the LC9 and SR9 that delete the thumb safeties and magazine disconnects.

    Go Ruger - Go!
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    I have always been a fan of Ruger Firearms. The only revolver I own right now is a Ruger LCR and I love it.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    Both the handguns I bought for off duty, are Rugers. A P345 & SP 101.
    You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, "I have lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along." . . . You must do the thing you think you cannot do. Eleanor Roosevelt

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    I LOVE RUGERS. cost effective and nice finish. Great bang for the buck. I bought 3 alone this year.

    Want more!!

    Good for them....
    Please...work HARDER as MILLIONS on welfare depending on YOU !!

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