Last week, Israeli based Meprolight release an addition to their extensive pistol sight collection with the: Meprolight Adjustable Day/Night sights. These sights will be compatible with Glock, Sig Sauer P-Frames (aka Sig P226), H&K, Ruger, and many others.
Recently, Ruger announced the release of the American Competition Pistol (ACP) to their Ruger American line. The American Competition Pistol features a 5” competition barrel, a 1:16 twist rate for the barrel, a lengthened and ported slide, fully adjustable rear sight with a fiber optic front sight. The American Competition Pistol also features an optic mount plate for a red dot sight.
Warning!: This is my opinion and hands-on impression of the Ruger-57. My time was limited with the pistol to only the show floor. I didn’t have access to Range Day on Monday. So, my impressions are from the multiple times I visited the Ruger’s booth to spend sometime with the pistol.
It seems that Ruger is gearing up to have a big Shot Show 2019. I haven’t seen Ruger this active before Shot Show since the release of the Ruger Precision Rifle a few years back now. Today, Ruger is dropping a bomb of an announcement and release of their new pistol. The Ruger-57.
Today, Ruger announced and released the Lite Rack LCP II that is chambered in .22LR, which is a direct competitor to the Glock 44 released a less than a month earlier.