Ruger Wrangler Bonanza! – NEW 7.5″, 6.5″, and 3.75″ Barrel Offerings
Adam Scepaniak 12.26.22
The Ruger Wrangler has been incredibly popular since its inception for being a quality and extremely affordable single-action revolver. There is virtually nothing that can compete with it at its current street price of $200 in regards to quality. Now, Ruger has announced that they have 3 new barrel length offerings – 7.5″, 6.5″, and 3.75″ – in their common colorways of a Burnt Bronze, Silver, and Black Cerakote.
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The Ruger Wrangler broke the revolver industry’s perception of what could be possible as far as a low price-point and simultaneously maintaining quality. Couple that with popular designs like a bird’s head grip, varying Cerakote colors, and even some hardwood grips for the traditionalists in the audience (this includes me), and you can see why the Ruger Wrangler is such a wheelgun favorite. To expand on that popularity they have introduced 3 new barrel length offerings in what could be referred to as their base colors of Burnt Bronze, Silver, and Black Cerakote. Those new selections are listed below:
- Silver Cerakote 3.75″
- Silver Cerakote 6.5″
- Silver Cerakote 7.5″
- Burnt Bronze Cerakote 3.75″
- Burnt Bronze Cerakote 6.5″
- Burnt Bronze Cerakote 7.5″
All of these new offerings in Burnt Bronze, Silver, and Black Cerakote retail for $269. It doesn’t really matter if you fancy a shorter barrel for everyday carry while in town or potentially a longer one for plinking on soup cans, now you have more options when looking at the Ruger Wrangler. As always, let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below about what might be your favorite barrel length. We always appreciate your feedback.