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Ruger’s 77/44 What if lawns were self mowing and chipmunks had wings?

05/09/2021 The past few weekends have been dedicated to clearing up the mess that winter and early spring left for us. It is not certain that we will recover before next winter. Mowing the lawn, weeding and turning over flower gardens and trimming shrubs went well. Fallen branch round up and disposal took… is taking…

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Can the terms “AirLite” and “44 Mag” Really Coexist? Lightweight handguns... a personal journey... from my personal journal... really

03/28/2021 Is there utility in a lightweight revolver? Lightweight revolvers do not stress holsters or tug at belts and clothing, which makes them easier to conceal and more comfortable to carry. Lightweight revolvers stay out of the way while working, camping, fishing, hunting, or carrying other gear, so people tend to carry them, rather than…

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Smith & Wesson’s Model 29-10 44 Magnum The biggest useful magnum?

02/07/2021 OK, so it has been snowing every other day for the past couple of weeks. Not large amounts, mostly 2″ to 3″, but spread out enough throughout each day to warrant multiple clean ups. At midpoint in the season, I’ve concluded that the most important piece of equipment acquired is not the new snow…

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Ruger’s 77/44 – The Next Generation 44 Magnum Carbine Part III and the SilencerCo Hybrid 46

02/13/2020 So I got a job as a census enumerator. I wanted to do something for my community, in this case, make sure all of my neighbors were counted to assure we had appropriate representation in state and federal governments. My friends were shocked, my family was shocked. Then it came time to get a…

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Ruger’s 77/44 – The Next Generation 44 Magnum Carbine Part I With just a little bit of flare

02/01/2020 Live in a state with predominately rolling hills and mountainous terrain, both covered in dense tree growth, populate it with deer and black bear and the occasional moose, and you will quickly see the appeal of the little Ruger 77/44 carbine. Chambered for the 44 Remington Magnum, with shooting distances inside 100 yards, the…

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