Troy Ortega: Nice rifle, but i'll stick with my Marlin. It cost $300 new on sale in 2002. Started with a Williams receiver sight, which worked well. In late 2006 or so, i got the idea to put on a Weaver V3 1-3x scope. This works quite well, and is enough magnification for the range of the gun. I jokingly call it the Hillbilly Patrol Rifle, and will use it for just that if they ever take away semiautos here in Kali. The Marlin Camp Carbine in either chambering is a fun and practical rifle also. Great videos Jeff- fun and very informative. Thank you
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ShastaPacificRoad: Nice rifle, kind of like the old Spanish-made "Destroyer" carbines only with interchangeable parts. Except the price, even the street price is way out of line. The Model 77 action is good but....I suspect CZ-America or Savage or Rossi/Taurus could bring nearly the same rifle/carbine for less than half what Ruger is trying to stiff you for. If any of those 3 makers were to do so in common auto-pistol calibers using readily available magazines the dealers wouldn't be able to keep them on their shelves.
QUITE POWER: I LOVE the flag at the end!
guerrierodelgiaguaro: Hullo there, does this very beautiful carbine accept ammo+P? Many thanks for sharing.
Jeronimo Murruni: I didn't know you where lefty. You control the bolt pretty well.
Marc Mitchell: I bought a new Ruger 77/44 in 2001 and was completely disappointed in its accuracy. The accuracy of that rifle was awful using factory ammo, reloads, jacked, or cast bullets. I never could make it do any better than that. Although I did shoot a few deer with it, it was always at close range. The best group I could ever get from that gun was about 8 inches from a rest at 50 yards. I sold it! The gun itself I loved. It was in humble opinion the "perfect" truck gun/woods carry gun. Now I have the bug again for the sweet little carry gun and I also cast and reload 38/357 and i am thinking about getting one of these new ones. I really hope Ruger has the bugs worked out this time.
s west: did you try any 38 special ? if you did will the rotory clip clip feed them since they are a bit shorter.?
HugoStiglitz: Be careful when ordering one through an on line dealer. The gun I received was blued, not stainless. I did not even know it existed...thought I was getting stainless. Ruger's website only indicates one model with a stainless barrel.
Doug Malone: Is it possible to get a larger clip?
A Tapir Named Jeff: does anyone make a .357 carbine with a tube mag and synthetic stock?
Revolver Den: Jeff, Next time you talk to any Ruger reps., mention the idea of this 77/357 model in a Takedown version. I'd be all over one of those!
Gary Woodard: Glad to see you bolt with your right hand, I was wondering if it was still as smooth.
dopeofthepope: I like that flag. "Come and take it" - up to peoples imagination if the bullet or the gun. lol
Appolo Geticks: I wonder why they don't or won't make these carbines in semi auto?
Gary Rumer: That is a handsome rifle. A good little brush gun where the range is short and anything from whitetails on down.
rooferjake: this gun looks like my 22 magnum
Tom Nelson: That's what I want when I add a rifle to my closet. I already have a 357 Mag revolver so this would be perfect for me. Thanks for this video.
Gunblastdotcom: Yep, for heavy animals with teeth and claws, the heavier bullets and larger diameter of the 44 makes a difference, but for deer or social work, the 357 has plenty of power.
BullittMcQueen1: What is your opinion? Is a rifle better in .44 magnum or .357 magnum? I suppose it depends on what it will be used for.
Gunblast.com - Ruger 77/357 Bolt-Action 357 Magnum/38 Special Rifle5
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