1962 (2nd Year) Ruger 44 Carbine

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agoetz2005

Bearcat
Joined
Feb 1, 2006
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17
Location
Murfreesboro, TN USA
Just got my carbine into a proper stock. The original had been hacksawed and butchered beyond repair. Thanks to Flattop44 for coming through with the stock.

Serial number is 4,78x

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Here's the butt end of the before stock

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BearStopper

Blackhawk
Joined
May 16, 2008
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787
Location
Oregon
I recently did a last second lowball bid on one on Gunbroker and won it for a great price but the lone picture isn't clear. The dealer said it is very nice and he even says it shoots very well. For the price I paid I won't be able to complain too much if something unexpected shows up. It is fun waiting to find out what vintage it is as none of that was listed. I just want a big bore fun gun so not too worried as long as it is functioning and reasonably sound.
 

YANKEE RAIDER

Bearcat
Joined
Jan 18, 2010
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Got one of these beauties myself, with 240 grn winchesters or remingtons they are death and destruction on deer.
Waiting to try it on the pigs in Florida soon. Already have taken hogs w/redhawk 44mag and blackhawk convertible in .45colt.
 

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