Today we’ll take an in-depth look at the awesomely-affordable Ruger Wrangler. We’ll show you an overview of the key features as well as looking at some pro’s and con’s, then we’ll head out to the range to see how it shoots; from close-up cowboy action steel, out to 100 yards from the bench. We will also show you some chronograph tests. Have fun Wranglin’!

Transfer bar mechanism
Blade front and fixed notch rear sights
Polymer ejector rod handle with steel rod
Checkered poly grips using Single-Six pattern
Cerakote finish
4.62” Cold hammer forged barrel
Steel cylinder
Cast aluminum cylinder frame and loading gate. Ejector housing also aluminum.
Die cast zinc alloy grip frame.
Metal Injection Molded [MIM] stainless steel hammer and trigger
Weighs 30oz
Trigger pull test = 4lb 8oz

No annoying manual safeties or internal locks; loading gate locks and unlocks action
Cylinder can rotate in either direction
Clean trigger break
Fit and finish is decent for the price
Transfer bar makes it safer to carry loaded
Great balance and ergonomics
Totally reliable
Simple design easy to take down; press base pin latch and remove the base pin

Only 6-shots… a lot of wasted real estate in the cylinder
Price is at least 25-30% higher than comparable Heritage Firearms 6-shot
No .22 mag options, and none planned due to frame material
Diminutive sights and less-than-stellar accuracy

Business men laughing video:
Joy to the World song: Jingle Punks on YouTube Audio Library
The Gift song: Dan Lebowitz on YouTube Audio Library
The Twister song: Reed Mathis on YouTube Audio Library
Retro countdown:
Corncob – Country song by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license
Banjo Short by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license

YEEHAW! The Ruger Wrangler In-Depth Review! Details, Pros, Cons, Shooting, Chrono and More!

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