Sunday, September 23, 2012

Ruger's Current Auctions For Project Valour-IT

These two guns should really make Ruger fans sit up and take notice.  The M77 rifle was manufactured in 1975, and chambered in .358 Winchester, so it is a rare beast.  The .358 is simply a necked up .308 case, so reloaders can easily load it even if they can't find .358 factory brass.  There is a good article about the .358 Winchester cartridge in the June, 2006 American Rifleman if you want to read about it.  This auction has only two days left, so CLICK HERE to visit the GunBroker page and bid! 

This Ruger MkI pistol was manufactured in 1972, and has been quietly resting in Ruger's vaults for forty years.  The suggested retail price of this gun was under $50 back then!  You have nine days left for this auction, which YOU CAN VIEW HERE. 

Ruger is donating 100% of the proceeds from these auctions to Soldiers' Angels Project Valour-IT.  Even if you do not bid on these, drop Ruger a line and thank them for their support of our wounded heroes.

You can also access these auctions by Ruger from their Facebook page.

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