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Ruger Mini Thirty 7.6X39, 20R, Stainless Steel Rifle

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Ruger Mini-14 Tactical, 300 BLK, 20R, Rifle

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Ruger Mini-14 Tactical, 5.56 Nato, 20R, Rifle

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RUGER AMERICAN RANCH RIFLE, 350 LEGEND, 36, Rifle

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RUGER AMERICAN RANCH RIFLE, 450 BUSHMASTER, 36, Single-Stack, Rifle

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RUGER AMERICAN RANCH RIFLE, 350 LEGEND, 36, Rifle

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RUGER AMERICAN RIFLE PREDATOR 7MM-08 REM 22

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RUGER AMERICAN RIFLE PREDATOR 6.5 CREEDMOOR 22

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RUGER AMERICAN RIFLE STANDARD 270 WIN 22

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RUGER AMERICAN RIFLE STANDARD 30-06 SPRG 22

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Ruger Precision RIMFIRE Custom 22 LR 26

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Ruger Precision RIMFIRE Custom 17 HMR 26

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Ruger Precision Custom RIMFIRE 22 LR 26

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Ruger Precision Custom 6.5mm Creedmoor 26

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Ruger Precision Custom 6.5mm Creedmoor 26

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Ruger Precision Custom 6mm Creedmoor 26

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Ruger American Duty Pistol 45 ACP 4.50� 17+1 45acp

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Ruger American Duty Pistol 45 ACP 4.50� 10+1 45acp

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Ruger EC9s 9mm Black/Blued 1-7rd Mag NIB 13213

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Ruger EC9s 9mm Black/Blued 1-7rd Mag NIB 13211

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Ruger EC9s 9mm Black/Blued 1-7rd Mag NIB 3283

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Ruger LCP MAX .380

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RUGER LCP 380ACP 2.75

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Category Description

Description Ammunition, the projectiles and propelling charges used in small arms, artillery, and other guns. Ammunition size is usually expressed in terms of calibre, which is the diameter of the projectile as measured in millimetres or inches. In general, projectiles less than 20 mm or .60 inch in diameter are classified as small-arm, and larger calibres are considered artillery. A complete round of ammunition consists of all the components necessary for one firing of the gun. These normally include a projectile, the propellant, and a primer that ignites the propellant. Other components such as cartridge case, fuze, and bursting charge are frequently included. In artillery ammunition, a fixed round is a complete round in which all components are securely joined by a cartridge case. (Though brass was used almost invariably for cartridge cases before World War II, it has since been largely superseded by steel.) In semifixed ammunition, the projectile is detachable from the cartridge case, an arrangement that allows for the size of the propelling charge to be adjusted, after which the projectile can be inserted loosely into the case. In separate-loading ammunition, a complete round consists of three components: the fuzed projectile, the propellant (in several combustile cloth bags), and the primer. This type of round is used in the largest-calibre guns because its separated components are easier to handle. Complete artillery rounds are further classified according to the type of projectile employed, such as high-explosive, armour-piercing, antipersonnel, nuclear, or chemical. Small-arms ammunition is always of the fixed type; complete rounds are usually called cartridges, and projectiles are called bullets (or shot in shotguns). Cartridge cases are most commonly made of brass, although steel is also widely used, and cases for shotgun pellets are made of brass and cardboard. The cases of most military rifles and machine guns have a bottleneck shape, allowing a small-calibre bullet to be fitted to a large propelling charge. The most common type of military small-arms ammunition is called general-purpose in Britain and ball in the United States. The bullet of this type usually consists of a steel or lead-alloy core encased in a jacket of copper alloy or of mild steel coated with a copper alloy. Special-purpose ammunition includes armour-piercing rounds, which fire bullets that have cores of hardened steel or some other metal such as tungsten carbide. Tracer bullets have a column of pyrotechnic composition in the base that is ignited by the flame of the propellant; this provides a visible pyrotechnic display during the bullets flight. Incendiary bullets, intended to ignite flammable materials such as gasoline, contain a charge of chemical incendiary agent. See also bullet; cartridge; gunpowder; shell. Basic Components of Ammunition The basic components of ammunition are the case, primer, powder, and projectile(s). Shotshells have an additional component called wad. The basic components of ammunition: case, primer, gunpowder, projectile and wad Glossary case The container that holds all the other ammunition components together. Its usually made of brass, steel, copper, paper, or plastic. gunpowder A chemical mixture that burns rapidly and converts to an expanding gas when ignited. Modern smokeless powder will burn slowly when ignited in the open (outside of the case). Black powder is less stable and can be explosive when impacted or ignited in the open. primer An explosive chemical compound that ignites the gunpowder when struck by a firing pin. Primer may be placed either in the rim of the case (rimfire) or in the center of the base of the case (centerfire). projectile The object(s) expelled from the barrel. A bullet is a projectile, usually containing lead, fired through a rifle or handgun barrel. A slug is a solid projectile, usually of lead, fired through a shotgun barrel. Shot is a group of lead, steel, tungsten alloy, or bismuth pellets fired through a shotgun barrel. wad A seal and/or shot container made of paper or plastic separating the powder from the slug or shot in a shotshell. The wad prevents gas from escaping through the shot and holds the shot together as it passes through the barrel.