I don't know. I'm curious too. Specs say its a ramped barrel like my 10mm TACOPS, but I would consider the TACOPS to be quasi-supported. It's not fully supported yet better than unsupported. So maybe the Ruger is the same way.I wonder if the case is fully supported for full power loads?
I am a big series 70 guy. Loved my springers, having political issues with them now. Colt is a **** shoot on weather I'm going to get a good one or not. Could do RIA but am holding off in favor of a sig tacops.
Now ruger. 7 years ago I would have jumped at it but me a ruger apparently just don't get along. Stuck with just wheel guns and .22's. Now my 22/45 has a recall. I just can't win with them. It's almost shocking.
Looks like a awesome pistol though.
I am seeing a lot of Ruger precision rifles that have very happy owners.Not to start a flame session, but personally, I think Revolvers are the only thing Ruger really does well.
For that matter, with the exception of their awesome 1911s, i feel the same way about S&W too.