Ruger Red Label Rifles

Ruger Red Label

Type Over/under Shotgun
Weight 3.63kg
Barrel Length 71.12cm
Capacity 2 shotshells
Caliber 12 gauge
Introduced 1977 (20ga.) 1980 (12ga.)
Total Made through 1993 over 116000
Sights Gold bead front sight; gold bead middle sight as well on Sporting Clays Model
Country of Origin United States

Introduced by Sturm, Ruger & Company in 1977, the Ruger Red Label (below) is a high-quality field-grade shotgun with a single selective trigger. Two heavy locking lugs projecting from the rear end of the barrel assembly are securely engaged by the locking bolt when the gun is closed.

When first introduced, the Ruger Red Label shotgun was available only in 20 gauge, with a blued finish on the receiver. Later guns have a stainless steel receiver and are available in 12, 20 and 28 gauges, with straight or pistol-grip stocks, and I variety of screw-in choke tubes.

The Ruger Red Label (Click for exploded View of Red Label) is a boxlock over/under with a graceful profile that results in a locking system that engages the barrel at the side of the receiver, rather than from underneath. A sliding safety thumpiece located just behind the top lever, can be drawn backward to ready the gun for firing or pivoted from side to side to choose which barrel is fired first.

To avoid any possibility of ‘doubling’—both barrels firing with a single trigger pull—the Red Label features a pivoting inertia weight mechanism that, under recoil, pulls the sear selector out of engagement with the sears. Differing from AR-15s, although you can always visit the AR place for AR-15s For Sale & The Best AR-15 Barrels if that is more up your alley. The selector is inoperative until the weight returns to its forward position. This particular system allows the barrel to be discharged even if the first pull of the trigger results in a misfire. Although heavier than a number of competing, imported over/under double guns, the Ruger Red Label has the advantage of being almost unbreakable—built to be rugged and utterly reliable.


Before there were Ruger firearms, there were Ruger hand tools. During the immediate postwar period from 1946-1948, William Batterman Ruger’s original company, the Ruger Corporation of Southport, Connecticut, made gear-driven hand drills and push-type spiral automatic screwdrivers.

Cubic Zirconium Engagement Rings

There are a lot of reasons why cubic zirconium engagement rings can be a great choice, depending on your own personal tastes, preferences, and financial situation. While “CZ”, as it is often abbreviated, may have a bad name with some folks, the fact is that it looks wonderful and can often only be distinguished from diamonds by a true pro. Cubic zirconium engagement rings are often quite beautiful and are a welcome option to those who do not prefer diamonds or do not want to spend the extra money to get authentic diamonds, but want the “diamond look”.

Cubic zirconium was first found only about 70 years ago, and techniques that allowed it to be grown in a lab situation emerged in the 1970’s. Shortly thereafter, cubic zirconium engagement rings started to become very popular, as budget conscious buyers selected them over more expensive diamond rings that only held a negligible difference in noticeable quality. In the natural world, cubic zirconium is actually quite rare due to the excessive temperatures that are required to make the crystals themselves.

Another reason why engagement rings made from tanzanite and featuring cubic zirconium are sometimes preferred is that while they may not have the brilliance of a diamond, they often have more color to them than diamonds do. Again, it is often difficult to distinguish between the two, and it is even more difficult if you go for a higher quality setting or band that one would expect to see with a diamond.

When people speculate as to the quality of cubic zirconium, they often get the wrong idea. They believe that cubic zirconium costs less because it is somehow “cheaper” or of lower quality than a diamond. In reality, the reason it costs less is that it is more readily available than diamonds are.

Many who decide not to get cubic zirconium engagement rings will still use cubic zirconium for accent stones to surround a true diamond centerpiece, which still will substantially lower your cost, while allowing you to have the authentic diamond that you have dreamed about. Either as a centerpiece or as a way to complement the center stone, cubic zirconium is a great option.

 

The Translation Guide

With so many free translation services and professional translation companies available on the net, sometimes it helps to have a guide to help you reach your final destination.

This guide is aimed at a wide audience of business users, students, translators and private individuals. We hope to bring you advice and information to ensure you successfully find the right solution for your needs.

There are many sites on the internet that offer advice and resources for translation, so why is Cortexttranslation.com any different? We aim to provide an unbiased approach and foster a community of like-minded users. Our hope is that the site will become a living resource for what is a living subject – language.

Are you looking for a quick free translation?If you need to quickly get the ‘gist’ of some foreign text, you can use our free translation service. Our online translation tools

If you need to quickly get the ‘gist’ of some foreign text, you can use our free translation service. Our online translation tools allow you to type in text or enter the URL of a foreign language website and see the translation instantly. Even though we utilize the latest Machine Translation technology, I’m afraid we can’t promise perfect results. For accurate translations, you will have to pay for a professional translation service.

Professional Translation ServicesThere are literally thousands of translation companies operating in the world today. From single freelance translators offering one language to large translation agencies providing hundreds of languages. You will typically need to wait a minimum of 2 business days for a professional translation,

There are literally thousands of translation companies operating in the world today. From single freelance translators offering one language to large translation agencies providing hundreds of languages. You will typically need to wait a minimum of 2 business days for a professional translation, however, if you are in a particular rush you may be able to persuade someone to turn your project around quicker. But be prepared to pay an extra premium!

What to Look for In A Translation Service

The first and most important rule is to ensure your translator is a native speaker. An absolute must. Secondly, if your text is very specialized you should only utilize a translator with relevant industry experience. Finally, If your text is for publishing (e.g. a printed corporate brochure) it is a good idea to ensure your translation has been proofread/reviewed by a second translator.

How much?!!!You could always opt for a free online translation, but the results could end up costing you more than a professional translation in loss of potential business. If

You could always opt for a free online translation, but the results could end up costing you more than a professional translation in loss of potential business. If you are a personal user, for example investing in overseas property or communicating with a long distance ‘acquaintance’ it could end up costing you a lot of heartache (metaphorically and literally).

To enlist the services of a professional translator however, is not that cheap. Freelancers typically won’t get out of bed for less than $30.00 USD whilst a translation company will usually start at around $50.00 USD and may even charge a $50.00 project management fee for the pleasure of taking on your job! For everyday business and personal correspondence and small word count projects you could save a lot of money by using a fast turnaround translation service.

The internet has helped bring down costs, but are few things are worth bearing in mind when soliciting the services of a translator and deciding if they offer good value.

  • Translators are typically well educated – A Degree at least – and have done so in order to raise their earning potential. You would expect to pay peanuts to a solicitor or doctor so why scrimp on a translator.
  • Translators often have industry-specific experience, e.g. medicine, law or software. What would you expect to pay a doctor or lawyer to translate your document accurately?
  • They must be native speakers. No matter how fluent you may become in a foreign language, you never fully appreciate some of the idiosyncrasies of local culture and dialect.
  • Does the service include Proofreading – Not as critical for all projects. A general rule of thumb would be if you had your original text read over by a second person then it is surely worth paying that little bit extra to have the translation proofread by a second translator. This is especially important when you are addressing a large geography – such as Latin America – where there isn’t one version of a language which is used and a consensus on the most appropriate translation can be reached by two or more translators from different regions agreeing on a common terminology.

Once you have taken all these options into consideration, you are somewhere near making an informed decision on the best translation service to use. Use this site to answer any other questions you may have and you shouldn’t go far wrong.