WTS/WTT OR Ruger Alaskan Super Redhawk 44Mag -- $800

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  1. CJ1089

    CJ1089
    Aloha, Oregon
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    Alaskan model SRH from Ruger. Comes with the OEM holster, carried in another holster (I'm a lefty) but not shot much. Can shoot bear loads as this is the purpose behind this 'snubby'. Desire a 4" so I selling a couple my 44's to fund it.
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    I will cover BGC at Tigard pawn or Aloha Pawn. I have a number of other items listed so feel free to bundle.

    Trades considered, but money out is not likely and don't be surprised if the answer is "No, but thanks for offering."
    Good bait:
    Blue or SS Marlin levers in 44mag, 357mag, 45-70, 22LR
    Ruger Redhawk 44mag w/ 4.2" brl.
    Ruger/S&W 44mag revolver in 4-5"
    S&W 686+ 357mag revolver in 2-4"
    Bad bait:
    Antique or Rare anything, I am a shooter not a collector.
     
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  2. soberups

    soberups
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    Any interest in trading your SRH for a stainless Ruger Mini 30 with a scope, Ruger scope mounts, 3 Ruger 20 round magazines, 1 Ruger 10 round magazine, an aftermarket 45 round magazine and a few hundred rounds of ammo? I tried to send you a PM but your inbox is full. Or mine might be, I cant tell, the new software is functionally useless for sending PM's.
     
  3. soberups

    soberups
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    I think I cleared out my inbox if you would prefer to respond via PM
     
  4. CJ1089

    CJ1089
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    Cleaned up inbox.
    Have to pass as I am not looking to expand my caliber selection at this time.
    Thanks for the offer.,
     
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    Barone20
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    Dang, if this was the .454 version I would have to buy it. Great gun GLWS!
     
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  6. Marine Airedale

    Marine Airedale
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    I hear and agree, I would prefer a 4" myself.
     
  7. bennett91

    bennett91
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    Conversation started
     
  8. devossc

    devossc
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    Interested in a AR or Browning BAR?
     
  9. CJ1089

    CJ1089
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    Not really into either of those. Big bore and levers are more my thing right now.
    Thanks for asking.
     
  10. spectre1986

    spectre1986
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    that must be a cannon to shoot. I have a S&W 44mg with a 7.5" curious how much more kick this has.
     
  11. CJ1089

    CJ1089
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    Well it has some oomph to it, a little bit more than the 7.5" SRH I also have listed. But it is a solid piece of stainless, no airweight by any means, so it sucks up most of the snap and just leaves the push, IMHO.

    The short barrel does give a light show at twilight, impresses those shooting lesser calibers.
     
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