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Ruger’s 475 Linebaugh No.1 Part II Some factory ammo, some handloads....

03/16/20 Not a bad winter in Maine, at least from the standpoint of snow, with significant clearing efforts limited to five or six days. There were a good number of days with temps at or approaching 0°F that inflated heating bills, but none of those negative double digit temperatures that seemed to happen all to…

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Ruger’s 475 Linebaugh No.1 Part I A first, the term "Well mannered" next to "475 Linebaugh"

03/08/2020 The Ruger No.1 holds a unique place of honor at Real Guns®. Because it is stout, reliable and relatively easy to rebarrel, Ruger No.1s served as the basis for wildcat cartridge development, like the 358-378RG with 280 grain 35 caliber bullet zipping along at 3,100 fps.  Ruger No.1s wired for strain to monitor chamber…

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Ruger’s No.1 in Stainless Steel and 257 Roberts Part II

One thing, and probably the only thing I miss about living in California were the shooting ranges. Covered firing line, cement shooting benches, full time range supervision and maintenance, and a pro shop. In Maine, I mostly hose myself down with tick spray, carry a side arm and walk off into the woods and set…

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Ruger’s No.1 in Stainless Steel and 257 Roberts Part I

Ruger has always been true to the Firearm industry’s tradition of making special runs of firearms. Sometimes this comes in the form of short runs of specialized product sold through Ruger’s general distribution channels. Sometimes this comes in the form of special configurations of production models exclusively available through select distributors as is the case…

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Ruger’s No.1 in 450 Marlin Part 1

The Ruger No.1 hold a unique place place of honor at Real Guns®. It served as the basis for wildcat cartridge development, like the 358-378RG with 280 grain 35 caliber bullet zipping along at 3,100 fps.  Ruger No.1s wired for strain to monitor chamber pressure were used in our development of high performance 45-70 Gov’t…

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