Tuesday, November 13, 2012

On The Heels Of Veterans' Day, Ruger Is Still Auctioning Guns To Help Wounded Service Personnel

The team at True Blue Sam continues to stand in awe of the good folks at Ruger, who are auctioning away fine, collectible (and Shootable) firearms, and then donating 100% of the proceeds to Soldiers' Angels.  They are doing all this to help wounded servicemen and women who need voice activated laptops to communicate with family and friends after suffering severe wounds and injuries in service to our country.

This fine, M77 Police Rifle in .308 will sell mid-day Wednesday, November 14, 2012.  Click Here or on the picture to bid on this fine rifle, which will be right at home in a collection, on the range, or in the field.  Note that this rifle has two forward studs, so you can mount the both the bipod that comes with the rifle, and a sling swivel.

The new one on Ruger's auction block is a one-of-a-kind, possibly a prototype, that every Ruger fan will want to bid on.  This is a .44 Magnum Vaquero, with the state of Arizona stamped into the left side.  Click Over to GunBroker and take a good look at this one.

This Ruger Vaquero will sell a week from Wednesday, on November 21.

Thank You Ruger!

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