America's outdoorsmen and women have a traditional fondness for compact, accurate rimfire handguns. Called trail guns, or kit guns, they're easy to carry, inexpensive to feed, and fun to shoot. They also exemplify the term "multi-tasker." Whether you're harvesting small game for the camp larder, dispatching venomous snakes, removing pests, or just engaging in a casual plinking session, they do it all with ease. They remain a staple in the handgun marketplace, and in late 2011, Ruger added another trail gun to the mix.