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Ruger Red Label

Ruger Red Label

The Ruger Red Label is made using an investment-cast action, ensuring close tolerances that contribute to reliability and easy maintenance. In the past couple of years, the number of models has shrunk. Unfortunately, the All-Weather was one of the victims of this contraction.

The current Red Label shotguns are all chambered for 3-inch shells, with barrels in 26-, 28- and 30-inch lengths with Briley screw-in chokes. Stocked in plain walnut with a tough polymer finish, laser-cut checkering and Ruger's red recoil pad, at around seven pounds, the Red Label is a versatile shotgun for any need.


Contact: Sturm, Ruger & Co.; (603) 865-2442; www.ruger-firearms.com


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