Video Review: Ruger's Super Redhawk 10MM Revolver
We've talked in this space about the concept of a "one and done" gun—that, is a single firearm that's suitable for self-defense, target shooting and hunting. The new Ruger Super Redhawk 10mm Auto revolver exemplifies this concept by offering a hard-hitting chambering in a super reliable, highly shootable and accurate platform with all of the advantages you'd need if you could only have one handgun in your collection. This wheelgun boasts a six-shot capacity, a 6.5-inch barrel, the ability to mount optics and a grip designed for comfort and accuracy. Remarkably, in our testing, we were able to obtain velocities of up to 1,200 feet per second (f.p.s.) even when using 220-gr. 10mm projectiles. That means that this firearm could absolutely be used to hunt (or defend oneself from) game as large as brown bears. Are you in the market for one gun that will "do it all"? Then check out this video from American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz to get all the details of this hot new revolver.
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