Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Ruger's Auction To Benefit The Light Foundation

This is one of 1800 Anniversary Models that Ruger made in 1985, and it marked the end of the .44 Magnum Carbine in Ruger's lineup. I was out before I looked at the bidding, but maybe you want to give it a go. CLICK HERE to read all about it and to place your bid.

$2726. Keep a light coat of oil on it.


danno said...

Biding started $150, now $2547! Awesome!

I think there was some mention on NRANews a couple days back. I checked then and was out... and that was about a kilo-buck ago!

But that makes me happy too! more $$$ for the charity, even if it is too rich for me.

Good Shooting!


David aka True Blue Sam said...

Ruger is definitely a Good Neighbor in the shooting world! Next week they are selling a .38 Special Security Six made in 1974. I don't expect the price to go astronomical on that one, but the Security Six line has many fans. Better bid early to be part of the excitement!