Triggered: The New Ruger-57

Michael Bane reviews the Ruger-57. The 5.7×28 cartridge was introduced in 1990.

Triggered previously SGO and Down Range TV covers in depth topics and products related to shooting sports and personal defense. Host Michael Bane covers new products from the firearms industry like no other.

Featured in this episode:

Ruger 57

FN Five-Seven

CMMG Banshee 5.7 X 28

CMMG 10-rounbd Magazine Extension


Federal American Eagle 5.7 X 28

FN 5.7 X 28 40-grain Hornady V-Max

Speer Gold Dot 5.7 X 28 Ammo

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  1. I recently watched a video which highlighted the Ruger 57 trigger system as unsafe to carry with a round in the chamber. Ruger designed the trigger safety without a “hammer block” and the safety simply disengages the transfer or trigger bar from engaging the trigger release. So it will fire if the striker falls … As a side note Ruger recommends that the gun Not be carried with a round in the chamber.


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