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Ruger .44 Magnum Semi-Auto Carbine F/S SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Nov 4, 2012.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD--A very nice little Ruger .44 Magnum Carbine. This one is serial number 102-77093 and is in 90% shape overall. A few freckles on the barrel. Perfect bore and mechanics. Unaltered in any way. A fun shooter--great close range deer and pig gun and fun plinker!! Sure to please at $549 delivered in the lower 48.


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    If that were legal to hunt with in Pa., I'd grab it in a heart beat. Shot one a few years back at a range and it was a ball. Reminded me of an M1 carbine.

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    Where is the 44 located, please I don't mean in your safe either. LOL
     
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    glad its going to a new home,..always fun to shoot a little gun with a big hole in the barrel end
     
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    As a child, the first gun I ever shot was a Ruger 44 Carbine. We used it to cut down a small pine tree. Lots of fun for us kids.

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    Always wanted one. At least until 1973. Remember watching this on CNN. Of course, back then, you didn't get as many details.

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