Gun Report

Ruger Redhawk KRH-444 .44 Magnum

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
The 4-inch Redhawk shows how strength and consistency can pay off when properly downsized.

Ruger Redhawk KRH-444 .44 Magnum

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Ruger's mainspring design was more complicated than the ones found in either the Taurus or Smith & Wesson revolvers. But we found it to be the most consistent.
Hogue's Bantam grip is usually found on smaller revolvers. This slip-on grip leaves the back strap exposed. Its palm-filling shape helped it disperse shock and felt recoil effectively.

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