.300 H&H !!!!

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BlkHawk73

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OIF2":3sn0tjlt said:
Any word on the barrel length?
Bob

Didn't even notice...figured a regular 22" for it as its an S variant. It is however to be a 26" barrel.

Happy dance...
 

63November

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They better not decide to dump it then before a run gets going. I'm putting money away as we speak. Catalogued??!!! I'm thinking that means it's not going to be a limited run of only 500 or something...
 

wunbe

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Great rifle in a great caliber.

I just may have to start revising my thinking about the marketeers at Ruger!

Now if they put upgraded irons on it and one of their better triggers, I will know that the millenia has arrived.

They better double the projected production for this one.

Hell I'd buy one myslef to go along with the 1B I had converted to the caliber several years ago.

wunbe
 
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Anonymous

Wow that is great. Maybe the light is back on at ruger. Where did you see that if you don't mind my asking. I went to the web site and they only list the special edition.
 

BlkHawk73

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It's in the 2010 catalog sitting in front of me. :) Basically it's the Craig Boddington model with regular wood.
 

HAWKEYE#28

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So.......Then it will not be configured like the original non-cataloged 64 (total)rifles done in the late 1980's:blued 26" w/AH forend, walnut stocks and red pad, flip rear sight on qtr rib with rings. To me, Boddington means different finish and different rear sight with Circasian stocks.......
 

Rifleman

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If Ruger follows through, I'll buy one. I really like the grand old 300 H&H cartridge. The 30 Super in a Number 1... I like the sound of that!
 
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