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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by mwheue, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. mwheue

    mwheue South Everett Member

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  2. Creek1956

    Creek1956 IHB Florida New Member

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    PM Sent with offer to purchase. Thanks
     
  3. Robo

    Robo Olympic Peninsula Active Member

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    I have one of these, and I can attest that these are great little rifles. Yours appears to be in great shape, much better than mine. Good copies like this are hard to find. My gunsmith told me that these carbines were made better and are superior to the newer Ruger 44 mag auto rifles. Good luck with the sale.
     
  4. Spitpatch

    Spitpatch Forest Grove, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Creek will have himself a fine gun. Wood is exemplary, as were most of these early Rugers. No better West Coast deer gun on the planet. Immune from malfunction in my experience, even with handloads. Bill Ruger's Ruby against his Diamond of the #1.
     
  5. tripleshotsplease

    tripleshotsplease Seattle Active Member

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    and i jizzed in my pants.
    thats a like a ruger 10/22 on crack, followed by steroids. what a rifle good sir!

    wish that can be modified to shoot a high cap magazine lol
     
  6. zeitgeist

    zeitgeist Or/WA Member

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    I have two of these! a standard 44 carbine and a 44RS. Very dependable and accurate up to 150 yards with very low recoil!
     
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