Many of you are familiar with our Franken-Rugers that came out in 2013. The Franken-Rugers were originally designed as an experiment to test various concepts for revolver accuracy. Once we started pulling the trigger and consistently getting sub MOA groups out to 500 yards (videos on the Franken-Ruger page) we had to keep the system going.
The R.A.A.P. system is a direct application of the lessons learned in the FR. The R.A.A.P. lets us have a more easily holstered package that can also be more compact and practical in the field for hunting.
The R.A.A.P. system can be installed on Smith and Wesson L, N, and X frames as well as Ruger GP100 and Redhawks.
The system consists of a one piece barrel and shroud, action truing, cylinder throat uniforming, action work, trigger work, scope base, and crane ball (for S&W).
Groups of 1/2" at 50 yards are to be expected from the R.A.A.P. packages.