Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Ruger's Auction To Benefit The Youth Shooting Sports Alliance

This week Ruger is donating one of their classic Stainless Single Six Convertibles.  The Single Six always feels good riding on your hip when you are out and about on the farm or ranch, and the .22 Magnum cylinder can handle just about any varmint you run into, short of a bear.  This one was built in 1988, and was returned to the factory for unknown reasons.  Click Over to Ruger's GunBroker page to read all about it and place a bid.  100% of the proceeds of this auction will go to benefit The Youth Shooting Sports Alliance, and the gun will sell mid-day, Wednesday, December 3, 2014.



Merle Morrison said...

My Single Six Convertible has a 9-1/2 inch bbl and rides much better in a shoulder holster. I bought it way back when I was big into IHMSA, and it served me well. For LR it REALLY liked the Federal silhouette ammo, which of course is no longer made. Never have found any other LR that works as well, bummer!


David aka True Blue Sam said...

Mine seems to shoot tighter with .22 Mag, but I tend to shoot LR more for the price. When I carry around the farm it is loaded with magnums.