Until 2002, the Ruger stainless Single Six in the 4-5/8″ barrel was a rarity.

There were a limited amount of them available from the 76′ Liberty Year guns, but not something you could easily find at your local gun shop. It was one of those glaring holes in Ruger’s line-up.

 

The blue 4-5/8″ Single Six was always a solid seller for us. It’s thought to beat an all-weather, easy packing, 22 LR pistol that has the versatility of using a 22 Magnum cylinder when you want a little more power. The adjustable sights give you the ability to tweak it for the different ammunition that is available. Since Ruger’s stainless Single Six revolvers have all steel gripframes and ejector rod housings, unlike the blue guns that have aluminum parts, the 4-5/8″ barrel length really balances well and points very naturally.

Ruger Single Six

 

It’s tough to beat an all-weather, easy packing 22LR pistol with the versatility of a 22 Magnum cylinder when you want a little more power. The adjustable sights give you the ability to tweak it for many types of ammunition.

Since Ruger’s stainless Single Six revolvers have all-steel gripframes and ejector rod housings (unlike the blue guns which have aluminum parts), the 4-5/8” barrel length balances well and points very naturally.

Configurations
Key Attributes
  • Single Action Revolver
  • Wood Grips
  • Transfer Bar
  • Adjustable Sights
  • Convertible Cylinders
Production Info
  • Year Release: 2002
  • Production Status: Active
MSRP
  • Suggested Retail: $710.00-$729.00 (Prices may vary)
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