Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Ruger's Auction To Benefit The Light Foundation


Buy this Ruger M77 Magnum Rifle in .375 H & H Magnum and you will be ready to hunt moose or anything else on the continent. This extraordinary rifle was made in 1991 and was returned to the factory by a distributor for unknown reasons. I looked at all the photos on Ruger's website and I can't see any flaws at all. Check it out and place your bid HERE to win this fine hunting rifle. It will sell mid-day, Wednesday, July 12, 2017. 26 bids, $1820

4 comments:

Merle Morrison said...

.375 H&H - that'll sure keep the varmints out of your garden......

Merle

David aka True Blue Sam said...

We haven't had any mooses, but the racoons wiped out our little sweetcorn patch last night. I need to check the garden tonight before I turn in. That .375 has a fine reputation as a moose-getter. I think .35 Whelen would do the job, too. I have no idea why those calibers appeal to me, because I will never hunt moose. I really do like the effect of .30-06 on a racoon, and you can reach way out there to touch them.

Merle Morrison said...

Years ago I lived out West & developed some 110 gr HP loads for my 30-06.
After the first coyote got one, the rest wised up and departed the area!

David aka True Blue Sam said...

A 110 would be zippy enough to turn one of those varmints inside out!