Ruger is excited to offer you an opportunity to bid on and acquire rare, unusual, discontinued, or one-of-a-kind Ruger® firearms and accessories. All items are available to qualified buyers as part of a "no reserve" auction, subject to applicable laws.
This week's auction is a .375 H&H caliber Ruger® Magnum rifle. M77® Magnum rifles were first introduced in 1990. The serial number on this rifle is 780-23444, and the test fire date is May 31, 1991. The M77® Magnum rifles were initially made with the "780-" prefix serial number. After a few hundred magnum rifles were built, the serial numbering was then changed to the "750-" prefix. This rifle was shipped to a wholesale distributor in June 1991 and then returned to the factory from a retailer in 1996. There are no notes in the records stating why it was returned. This rifle features a 23-inch blued barrel with matted quarter rib and is factory machined to accommodate Ruger scope rings. It has a blade front sight and v-notch rear express sights: one stationary and two folding that is drift adjustable for windage. Other features include an ebony forend tip and black rubber recoil pad with embossed Ruger eagle logo. The steel pistol grip cap also features the Ruger® eagle logo. The M77® Magnum rifle has a steel hinged floorplate and trigger guard with a staggered box magazine that holds four cartridges.
We have for auction a Ruger® Police Service-Six® double-action revolver. The serial number on this revolver is 158-79836, and the test fire date is June 16, 1982. The revolver had been shipped to a distributor and then returned to the factory. There are no notes as to why it was returned. Please review additional photos on our website as there is some pitting on the grip frame. This .357 Magnum stainless revolver holds six rounds. The major parts are heat-treated chrome-molybdenum steel. Features include a 4" heavy barrel and fixed sights. It has a square butt grip frame featuring checkered walnut grip panels with silver-colored Ruger eagle medallions. Service-Six® revolvers were first introduced in 1971 and were in production through 1987.