OUR NEWEST LIPSEY’S EXCLUSIVE PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE LATE JEFF QUINN OF GUNBLAST.COM.
One of his all-time favorites, this Lipsey’s Exclusive tribute Jeff Quinn gun is a Ruger GP100 with polished blue finish chambered in 44 Special. Beautifully engraved custom Hogue walnut grips, 4” barrel with half lug and gold bead front sight.
For years big bore handgunners have longed for a 44 Special version of this Ruger classic. In 2017, Ruger announced a 3” barrel 5 shot 44 Special GP100 and while a great size for concealed carry, a lot of sixgunners wanted something for the field. Lipsey’s answered the call with the Lipsey’s Exclusive blued 5” barrel GP100 in 44 Special.
DICK CASULL STARTED EXPERIMENTING WITH HEAVY LOADED 45 COLTS IN MODIFIED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMYS IN THE 1950’S.
It was determined that stronger guns and a slightly longer case was required to get the power that he was after. The result was the creation of the 454 Casull which has become the go to cartridge for many handgun hunters who want extreme power in a portable package.
THE MID-SIZE RUGER FLATTOP SIXGUNS ARE SOME OF THE FINEST PACKING GUNS EVER PRODUCED.
The original 357’s and the wildly popular 44 Specials have been highly prized for their smaller dimensions and great balance. Now, you can have this classic revolver in the most classic sixgun cartridge of them all, the 45 Colt. Now you can have this flattop it in the great packing 4-5/8″ barrel length.
THE RUGER FLATTOP 44 SPECIAL BISLEY WAS INSPIRED BY THE GREAT SIXGUNNERS OF OLD, LIKE ELMER KEITH.
Those that carry big bore revolvers on a daily basis can appreciate its balanced size and shootability. In the fall of that year while at a dealer promotion I was talking to one of Ruger’s product managers.
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 mid-size Ruger flattop sixguns in 45 Colt are some of the finest packing guns ever produced.
The original 357’s and the wildly popular 44 Specials have been highly prized for their smaller dimensions and great balance. Whilst most people would probably find electric-firing replicas of this gun from airsoft stores like Fox Airsoft, many would love to have the real deal. Well that is now a reality you can have this classic revolver in the most classic sixgun cartridge of them all, the 45 Colt.
The Ruger Single Ten is the first major change to Ruger’s single action rimfire line in some time.
As of now, Ruger has only offered the Single Ten with a 5.5″ barrel. Due to the overwhelming success of the Lipsey’s Exclusive 4-5/8″ stainless Single Six “KNR4″, we decided to offer the Single Ten with the same shorter barrel. The Single Ten 4-5/8” uses the same Williams Fiber Optic adjustable sights and slimmer “Gunfighter” style wood grips as the cataloged model. So, if you have been thinking a Single Ten would be a nice addition to your rimfire battery, but wasn’t sure about the 5.5″ barrel, you now have a great choice.