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Thread: New Ruger 1

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    New Ruger 1

    Saw a #1 in 44 Mag in the LGS last week. Thought about it and picked it up this morning. Resistance is futile. It looks like it hasn't been fired. Came with box and all acc. Also had a Skinner peep in the box. I am very pleased with it.

    Here is a pic.

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    There is no problem so great, that it cannot be solved by the proper application of high explosives.

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    I am sure it wont stay unfired long!

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    Sweet

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    Nice, I guess it's a medium sporter like the 45-70? Fun little guns. I had to go look at the Skinner, interesting. I like shooting these with open sights, a peep would be nice. I got 1.1 inch 3 shot groops today from my No1, at 50. They seem to like cast, mine do anyway.
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    I just finished mounting a Weaver K4 with post crosshair on it. It will go on the next shooting trip.
    There is no problem so great, that it cannot be solved by the proper application of high explosives.

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    I had two, but sold one. The other will be with me until I die, I hope. They have to be one of the most beautiful rifles made, along with the Browning SS.....
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    swamp ,
    Got the same rifle . Look at the Accurate molds 43-300S . That bullet and 15.0g of 2400 make small holes

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ID:	228358 265 grain Milhec HP, 20 grains of 2400. I'll bet your going to like it just fine.
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    very nice rifle

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    yes,,,resistance is futile especially when it come to a almost perfect rifle !!
    well done !
    Death to every foe and traitor and hurrah, my boys, for freedom !

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
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