Ruger has quietly—as in, there’s been no official press release about it but it’s up on the website—rolled out the Super Redhawk revolver in 10mm.
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The latest version of the six-shot Super Redhawk features a 6.5-inch cold hammer-forged barrel with a 1:16-inch RH twist; corrosion-resistant stainless steel finish; adjustable rear sight and fixed, replaceable red ramp insert front sight; and an overall weight of 54 ounces, with the overall length measuring 12 inches.
Meanwhile, this wheelgun also boasts an extended frame with extra metal in the top strap, sidewalls and barrel mounting areas in order to accommodate loads designed for taking down big game. In addition, integral mounts are machined right onto the solid-steel barrel rib, offering up a stable mounting surface for the included scope rings and doing away with a potential source of looseness and inaccuracy in the field.
The 10mm Super Redhawk also comes with a rubber grip—hardwood insert included—with an internal recoil cushion located under the web of the hand to help reduce the felt impact of powerful loads. You also have the option of using a custom grip thanks to the peg-style grip frame.
Shipping out with three full moon clips that act as both a speed loader for the 10mm rounds and help in the ejection of spent cartridges, the Ruger Super Redhawk in 10mm has a MSRP of $1,159.
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For more information, visit ruger.com.