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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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Ruger’s Anything But Standard M77 Hawkeye in 243 Winchester and the solitary hunter...

October 13, 2019 With the area flooded with tourists in search of New England fall foliage; cars, boats and planes Mainers have their own favorite spot to view the same. Mine is the view from my front porch. This is a great time of year for firearm enthusiasts, hunters… and everyone else. Still lots of…

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Ruger’s 77/22 And The Sting Of The Hornet Part 2 Fortunately, with no Seth Rogen...

I was listening to “For What It’s Worth”, early Buffalo Springfield, and it came to mind how much 60s rock music sucked. With few exceptions, music lacked bass, brass and had way too much circus organ keyboard. Lyrics were redundant, banal, and lacking in… substance. Fans were the product of overindulgent parents, free spirits moved…

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Old World Appeal In A Modern Package Part I Ruger's M77 Mark II International 260 Remington

As summer comes to an end, gears shift to fall hunting season and what rifle might be most effective and what might express a distinctive taste in firearms. This Ruger M77 Mark II International, distributed solely through Lipsey’s certainly fits the bill. Ruger’s M77 Mark II International Manufactured New Hampshire, U.S.A Manufacturer Sturm, Ruger &…

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Ruger’s 77 Series Model 77/17 17WSM

Some of the most significant firearm related information I’ve encountered came with the purchase of a spiral bound copy of Ackley’s “Handbook for Shooters and Reloaders”.  Originally published in 1959, my copy was a 1961 10th printing. I was fifteen years of age; five years a shooting enthusiast, three years deep into reloading and in…

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