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Ruger 44mag carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Queen_of_Thunder, Aug 2, 2012.

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  1. Queen_of_Thunder

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    Its finally home. Talk about nice wood, parts of the stock look like hologram. Its really wild. Real nice wood. Cant wait to shoot it
     
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    Pics or it didn't happen. Of course we're not sure what did (or didn't happen) but...Pics or it didn't happen.

    PS. Probably less crack would be good...before trying the write something anyway.
     
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    Thats funny :)
     
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    here in Texas, aint got much use for one, but I sure would like to have one...just because.
     
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    PS. Probably less crack would be good...before trying the write something anyway.
    This
     
  7. HoosierQ

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    I personally would love one of those. Better yet if it came in .357. That's why I'd like to see it. What do those have? A 4 or 5 round rotary magazine right>
     
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    OP touch- types and uses auto-spellcheck; possibly a university sophmore, as few freshman actually type. Left hand is sporadically striking 1 key right of home/ center. Believe she meant to say:
    OP is also puntuation/ apostrophe rule/ run-on sentence challenged, but possibly no more so than most university sophmores. (delete rant on lax admission standards; delete rant on weak public education system.)

    No need to thank me; my inner English teacher was screaming and had to be assuaged.

    ETA: Pics or it didn't happen.
     
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    I gots a 1970 model that I love
     
  11. Queen_of_Thunder

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    Cut me some slack. I'm revovering from a root canal.
     
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    Never-mind the keyboard nannies Queen, just enjoy that carbine. I have one also, an older one with the factory peep/aperture rear sight. Its gonna be my reloading project after deployment (very soon)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I feel your pain, the army did 2 root canals on me prior to deployment, the flight over to the "stan" was horrendous. Seems they forgot about the infection under the root in the gum line, some very nice flight attendants found many pain relievers for me and that helped.
     
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    I hope you revover soon.:D;)
     
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    We're just teasing you because you've got such a cool gun and we don't!

    Root canal's no fun...but that 44 carbine sure will be.
     
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    Root canal! Consider your slack cut, generously. That's as good a reason to get a little loaded as any I can think of. Is your .44 a bolt, or one of the old deerfield semis? (They're on my list of things Ruger needs to bring back.) Not sure where TexPat308 is... Texas is a big place, and some parts of it are real flat/ open. Me, I live in the Hill Country... gee, what would I do with a heavy, big-bore, 150yd carbine? ANYTHING... nice.
     
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    A Ruger 77/44 is definitely on my "to buy" list.
     
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    So which carbine was it? Over the years Ruger made 3 rifles chambered for the .44 Magnum.

    Ron
     
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