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    haveAutoharp an opportunity to buy one never been fired nib any one have one do you like it is it accurate? I like it cause it's a carbine.
    Any input appreciated
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    It's the rifle that looks like a 10/22
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    They were the hot ticket years ago on Maine,not to many states where you can use them for hunting.How much ate they asking for this one.

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    That depends. Ruger made two different .44 Magnum semi-auto carbines. The original was the Ruger .44 Carbine which feeds from a tubular magazine and looks like a 10/22 on steroids. It was introduced in 1961 and discontinued in 1986. The newer Ruger 99/44 Deerfield carbine has a removable rotary magazine and has attributes of the Mini-14 in bolt design. This was discontinued in 2006/2007. Both are commanding high prices on the used market today. The original is a slick little rifle, and a short range rifle at best.
    If only Jack O'Connor had written about the .270's effectiveness on Zombies, he might be known today as a decent gun scribe, and that cartridge might enjoy more widespread use...

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    This one has the mini 14 action with the rotary mag it's light short fast handling. My friend has 2 one of each style. The older one he wants to keep the newer one he wants to sell. He is deciding what he wants to sell it for if the price is right I'll by it
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    I don't know if you saw this in your research-

    http://www.chuckhawks.com/ruger_deerfield.htm
    If only Jack O'Connor had written about the .270's effectiveness on Zombies, he might be known today as a decent gun scribe, and that cartridge might enjoy more widespread use...

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    i believe there was a early version with some load eject issues. something about setting the piston properly. do some research before buying.people seem to love em though.

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    Great truck gun.Fun for hogs.

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