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.
Up for auction is a 308 Win. caliber M77 MK II. M77® Mark II rifles were first introduced in 1989. The serial number on this rifle is 783-07128, and the rollmark date is November 16, 1994. There is a hang tag on the rifle that states, "Do Not Ship - Special 18" bbl - Hold for J Jarvis." Jay Jarvis was Ruger's engineering manager at Ruger's Newport, NH facility in the 1990s. This rifle features an 18-inch blued barrel with open sights and is factory machined to accommodate Ruger scope rings. Other features include an American walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and forend; ebony forend tip; and black rubber recoil pad with embossed Ruger eagle logo. The steel pistol grip cap also features the Ruger eagle logo. There are sling swivel studs attached to the forend and buttstock. The M77® Mark II rifle has a steel hinged floorplate and trigger guard with a staggered box magazine that holds four cartridges.
We have for auction a New Model Super Blackhawk® 44 Magnum revolver. The New Model single-actions were first introduced in 1973 with the (then new) patented transfer bar safety system. The serial number, D81-08760, tells us this revolver was manufactured October 1973. The letter "D" indicates this was a duplicate serial number. This revolver does not have the manual warning on the barrel. It features a wide serrated hammer spur; blued finish; 7-1/2" barrel; and walnut grip panels with silver-colored Ruger eagle medallions. Other features include a 6-round capacity, non-fluted 44 Magnum cylinder; a rear sight click-adjustable for windage and elevation, and a Patridge-type front sight mounted on a ramp. This New Model Super Blackhawk® revolver has been stored in its original red-hinged cardboard box along with an original instruction manual and marketing material.