Ruger has partnered with Lipsey’s to offer three new single-action revolvers chambered for .327 Federal Magnum. An underdog of a cartridge, .327 Magnum is a hard-hitting cartridge in a small package.
Called the Single Seven, the new revolvers are offered in three models with user’s choice of a 4.6-, 5.5 or 7.5-inch barrel. Patterned off their Single Six, the Single Sevens have, as the name implies, a seven-shot capacity.
The new Single Seven series is built on stainless steel frames with hardwood grips that include Ruger’s silver medallion. They have serrated, ramped front sights and adjustable rear sights that can be tweaked for specific loads and individual shooters.
Chambered for .327 Federal Magnum, the Single Seven is an extremely versatile family of revolvers. In addition to .327 Mag, these revolvers can shoot .32 H&R Magnum, .32 S&W Long and .32 ACP, opening the door to a wide spread of loads and power levels to choose from.