Monday, November 5, 2012

Ruger's Project Valour-IT Auctions

Ruger's newest fine firearm offered for auction to benefit wounded soldiers is this:  " We have another great auction item this week. It is a Ruger® M77® Mark II Police rifle manufactured in April 1993. It features a black laminate wood stock, 26" black matte finish barrel, and includes a Harris bipod and a set of Ruger® scope rings.

100% of the proceeds from this auction will be going to Soldiers' Angels Project Valour-IT. For more info and to place a bid go to:
This rifle is quite a deal, folks. The barrel is longer than any of the current rifles in the catalog, and those extra inches will milk just a little more performance from the .308 cartridge.  You can use this rifle for target shooting, varmints, or big game hunting.  The Harris bipod is a valuable bonus.  This rifle won't have the collector appeal of some Ruger firearms, so it should go for a realistic price.  You can't go wrong on this one, and it will sell a week from Wednesday.  

This CONVERTIBLE Super Blackhawk will sell on Wednesday this week.  This fine revolver has cylinders for both .44 Magnum and 44-40.  Only 1200 of these were manufactured in 1990 and 1991, so there will be collector interest on this one, but it is also a great gun to buy for daily use.  Click Here to check it out on GunBroker.

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