Ruger and Smith & Wesson Revolver Holsters
The 22 Revolver is an excellent tool for a concealed carry gun. The pistol grip frame is designed to work with the magazine well. A standard ring shape on the butt of the gun will work with this type of pistol. The gun comes with a rubberized grip frame and an ergonomic pistol trigger.
This model has an extended clip magazine that will accept standard sized cartridges. The two side-feeds located on the left side of the handle will work with most pistol ammunition. Most revolvers have a cylindrical clip magazine and a fixed cylinders magazine. The cylinder magazine on the right hand side of the gun will accept a.22 lr cartridge or standard sized round handgun ammo.
There is an integral swing away safety on the left side of the model. Two rails are located on the top of the front sight and on the bottom. These two rails will allow shooters to have a two-pronged grip when using the Revolver. The front sight has a cross-hatching design that will help the shooters to quickly locate where the target is. The bottom rail provides an easy grip surface for comfortable targeting of the prey.
Smith & Wesson has continued their tradition of producing quality revolvers by introducing the models 22 Revolver. The manufacturers have spent time carefully designing the controls for the models. The triggers are located on the outside of the frame near the magazine well. They are traditional spring types and provide a smooth firing. Smith & Wesson has also developed a finger safety for the shooters in the front and on the side of the cylinder.
The revolvers come in both Ruger LCR and Smith & Wesson LCR models. The Ruger models are chambered in the popular pistol caliber,.22 caliber. The Smith & Wesson models are chambered in seven different pistol calibers, includingaurus, Cor-anto, Franchi, SW Special, Taurus, and Valletta. Ruger guns feature nickel accents on the cylinder and in the barrel. Smith & Wesson models offer nickel or stainless steel frames with interchangeable back sights. The Ruger models also feature a front sight with an illuminated target.
Both the Ruger LCR and Smith & Wesson models are lightweight and perfect for traveling. Each firearm comes with an adjustable holster. The holster is easily removed and added to the gun when needed. Both the models have the same general overall features, including an internal recoil buffer, rubberized trigger, hammer latch and magazine release.
Both the Ruger LCR and Smith & Wesson models are available in three styles: A two-piece loading gate, a tubular four-way loading gate, and a u.s. government single-six chamber. The tubular loading gate is similar to that found on the Smith & Wesson Model 30 Revolver. The gate does not lock, nor does it lock with the keys located inside of the pistol's case. When the gun is loaded, the loader simply places his hands into the holster and pulls the trigger. Once the gun has been unloaded, the loader pops out his keys and releases the gate latch, allowing the gun to be quickly retrieved.
With a Ruger LCR or Smith & Wesson Model 32, a new Bearcat can be added to your handgun collection. The Bearcat is similar to an antique piece, and is made from strong brass. These rimless cartridges are manufactured for users with standard size handguns. Bearcats are offered in nine different models and are suitable for use with any of the models of Ruger and Smith & Wesson firearms.
For users who own standard model handguns, but would like a more powerful weapon, a new bearcat is available. This model is designed to work as a sub-machine gun when the trigger is squeezed. The bearcat is held in the user's hand much like a pistol, and when the trigger is squeezed, a firing pin strikes the primer, creating a powerful spring. Once the firing pin is struck, the pusher in the front of the next cartridge pushes the next round out through the barrel.
Both Ruger and Smith & Wesson have created models that utilize the new frame design. The Ruger LCR is the original model, and it allows the pistol to be chambered in seven different configurations including "triple action," "standard single action," and "target shooters." Smith & Wesson has introduced a model known as the stainless steel frame "rimfire" model, which utilizes a Ruger stainless steel magazine. While these models may not use the Ruger LCR's trigger system, Ruger assures consumers that the company's model is far superior to Smith & Wesson's.
Smith & Wesson claims that its "rimfire" model fires at a rate of seven hundred percent, while Ruger maintains that their pistol chambered in the standard configuration of seven millimeters and with an eight inch case. Regardless of which brand or manufacturer you decide to purchase, one thing that you cannot deny is that both of these brands of handgun holsters are extremely attractive. The rimfire and standard models can both be found in a black or brown leather casing, making them perfect for target shooters and older men who enjoy spending time around firearms. No matter which one you decide on, make sure that you choose one that fits your lifestyle and personal taste.