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Ruger Brings Back the Ruger 77/44 Rifle in .44 Magnum

Ruger 77/44 in .44 Magnum

Ruger 77/44 in .44 Magnum

Ruger Fierarms

Ruger Fierarms

Sturm, Ruger & Company - -(AmmoLand.com)- Announces the return of the popular bolt action Ruger 77/44® rifle, the perfect brush and tall timber gun that is short, light weight, and delivers low recoil .44 Rem. Magnum stopping power.

The 77/44RSP is the perfect foul weather gun with its matte stainless steel receiver and 18-1/2 inch barrel on a synthetic stock. The right hand turning bolt with 90-degree throw quickly loads the .44 Magnum cartridges from the four-round, reliable Ruger rotary magazine. Shooters and hunters can use the blade front and adjustable rear sights or opt for optics by using the Ruger patented scope rings (provided at no charge) that install on the integral mounts and never shoot loose.

Those serious about developing their shooting skills in an affordable manner may choose to spend their practice sessions with the Ruger 77/22, a rimfire rifle with comparable shooting and handling characteristics to the 77/44. Both guns feature a three-position safety, crisp trigger pull and quick handling.

The Ruger 77/44 – the perfect combination of performance and .44 Magnum power.

About Sturm Ruger
Sturm, Ruger was founded in 1949 and is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of high-quality firearms for the commercial sporting market. Sturm, Ruger is headquartered in Southport, CT, with manufacturing facilities located in Newport, NH and Prescott, AZ.

Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. “Arms Makers for Responsible Citizens”®

  • 4 User comments to “Ruger Brings Back the Ruger 77/44 Rifle in .44 Magnum”

    1. i love the little 44's

    2. butch on May 18, 2009 at 1:30 PM said:

      Hi i live in the backward thinking country called England once known as great Britain. In Britain if you are interested in firearms you are considered a nutcase or a mass murderer.

      I am lucky enough to own and shoot a Ruger 77/44 what a great little rifle this is one rifle that i would never sell or even stop firing. Thank you Ruger

    3. Hi I also live in England & am thinking of buying the 77/44 to shoot mild loads in our indoor range and beefing them up for out door range work.

      The Marlin 1894 is popular following on from the pistol ban for Gallery use and the 7/44 may be a fun and accurate alternative.

      You can own a 50 cal sniper rifle in England but not a .22 target pistol not sure of the logic behind that

    4. Kenny Jaid on April 10, 2010 at 2:44 AM said:

      the 77/44 is my number one go to rifle for pigs, hunting in the thick timber or swamps, or runing thru the forest after the dogs. Light as a feather, fast to the shoulder and to all my experience seems to hit as hard as a 308 up to about 100 to 120yds.

      get one whilst they’re gettable, cos there is no letting them go once you have one!

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