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Ruger 77/44 Sporter 44 Rem Mag, Blued, American

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Model: 7401
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 70302
 
UPC: 736676074013
 
MFG: Sturm, Ruger, & Co., Inc.

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New In Box RUGER 77/44 Compact Bolt Action Rifle, Model 77/44RS, 44 Remington Mag
Caliber, 18 1/2" Blued Barrel, Walnut Stock, Sights and Rings Included

The Ruger Model 77/22 was conceived as an elegant small-game and
target rifle - a smallbore sporting rifle with universal appeal. Its
popularity led to the 77/44, an outstanding choice for hunting deer in
thick cover. Both are uniform in balance and style, and are nearly the
same weight.
Ruger's patented detachable rotary magazine and three-position safety
make it perfectly balanced and easy to load or unload. The Ruger
77/22 Hornet has all of the fine features of the 77/22 and 77/44, and
is ideal for economical shooting at distances of 150 - 200 yards. Its
quiet report and centerfire power, along with a reduced danger of
ricochet, make the 77/22 Hornet the natural choice for varmint and
predator control
The Ruger 77/44 has the perfect combination of stopping power, light
weight, short overall length and low recoil. The .44 Magnum is
excellent for even the biggest bucks you'll come across in brush
country or tall timber. The reliable action and rotary magazine feed
up to four decisive shots.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Caliber: 22 Hornet & 44 Rem Mag
Action: Bolt.
Finish: Blue, Stainless Steel or Target Gray Stainless Steel
Safety: Three-position swing-back.
Barrel: 22 Hornet: 20" bbl except Target: 24" Heavy bbl
44 Rem Mag: 18 1/2" bbl.
Sights: Integral base receiver supplied with medium steel
rings. See below for models available with iron
sights (Sts).
Mag Capacity: 22 Hornet - 6 round rotary magazine,
44 Rem Mag- 4 round rotary magazine.
Trigger: Non-Adjustable
Stock: American Walnut, Black synthetic or Laminate
OAL: 22 Hornet 24" bbl (43 1/4"),22 Hornet 20"bbl (39 1/4")
44 Rem Mag (38 1/4")
Weight: 6 lbs (walnut and synthetic); 6 5/8 lbs (laminate wd)
Accessories: Cable lock and owners manual supplied
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Blue
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 300 Remington Ultra Mag
Barrel Length 18" Heavy Barrel
Overall Length 44 1/4"
Capacity 13+1
Stock AA-Grade Satin Walnut
Weight 5.25 lbs
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Melonited with Bounty Hunter furniture
Action Sliding Breechblock
Caliber 17 Mach 2
Barrel Length 18.5"
Overall Length 52.5"
Capacity 12
Stock Hogue Overmolded
Weight 5.25 lbs
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Hardened Brass Receiver with Blued Steel Barrel
Action Flintlock
Caliber 9x19 mm
Barrel Length 19 1/2"
Overall Length 38 7/8"
Capacity 12 + 1
Stock Camo/Pistol Grip
Weight 5.25 lbs
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Blue
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 44 Remington Mag
Barrel Length 18.5"
Overall Length 38.5"
Capacity 4
Stock American Walnut
Weight 5.25 lbs

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Reviewed By: James T on 09/24/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Unboxing, the box was intact and not crushed. Stock looks good with the stain a little thin in places on the contours. Metal looks good. Nice light coat of oil on all metal parts including the bolt. Surprised the bolt and rings were not in a plastic bag. Overall, fit and finish is very good. Tried to get a dollar bill under barrel but no go, so the bbl is not floated. Popped the rotary mag out with some difficulty. Surprised to find the mag well opening in the stock is not stained or sealed at all. This will have to be done to keep stock from absorbing moisture and warping. I inspected the bore and it was dirty from test firing. I cleaned the bore with wet patches and rust or what looks like rust started to appear on the patches. It took 4 thoroughly soaked patches to get the rust out. Bore is bright and clean now. On to the range. I mounted a 3X9 Sightron SII scope that I had laying around. Ruger gives no torque values in OM for ring screws, cross bolts or action screws (?) I shot 3 rounds to get to zero with some handloads that I had optimized for my old Ruger M44. They shot pretty well to get zerod and then the gun started throwing flyers with this load. I tried several other hand loads and shot a clover leaf group at 100yds with some old Hornady 240grain Silhouette bullets over 23.9 grains of H110. Of course Hornady no longer makes this excellent bullet.
I found the bolt to be very "clunky" but up to the task. The bolt handle and knob are small to match the carbine's overall scale and appearance. With the scope mounted as far back as possible for good eye relief at 9X, the bolt handle and knob are almost touching the scope but it is workable. I found that it takes very deliberate and sharp actions of working the bolt to get rounds out of the rotary mag and into the chamber as well as to get the brass to eject properly once fired. The mag was fussy to get out as well but the bolt and the mag seemed to be easier to manipulate as my shooting session progressed. In the end I was a little disappointed with the accuracy obtained thru testing about a dozen handloads with the above noted exception and a couple of sub 2 inch groups at 100yds. I have no idea what this gun would do with factory ammo as I do not intend to shoot any with it as I have found 44mag factory fodder to be extremely hot and extremely inaccurate in anything I have ever shot it in. I have already loaded up 3 other ladder tests to take to the range. I hope to find another good accurate handload with currently available bullets and to take a eastern white tail deer with this carbine in the next month. Cheers!

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Reviewed By: Rob S on 02/16/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Thanks Buds I wanted the walnut stock and blued barrel. I don't like the plastic stocks. I snatched this up as soon as I saw it. I can see some 44mag reloading dies in my future.

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