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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-04-2015, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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Ruger Single Seven

I read about this nice shootin Iron in Shootin Times Feb 2015 edition and luv this piece and got to have it.It is in the new .327 cart.Any of you all have this fine piece and can tell me more about it.I have been overly impressed with all of the great reports of Rugers Cust.Svc so that is also a big plus for me.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-08-2015, 10:52 AM
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Re: Ruger Single Seven

You may have to become a member at Lee Martin's site SingleActions.com but "Tank" Hoover has done quite a bit on just this topic. It's a great forum anyway if you have the interest and it's full of handgun savvy folks...Here is a great bit of info... http://singleactions.proboards.com/t...handload-chart
http://singleactions.proboards.com/t...ck-rabbit-load
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I ordered one last weekend and it came in today at a local family shop.Sweet little shootin iron.It will probably be awhile before I get a chance to shoot it.
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Re: Ruger Single Seven

What shop did you buy it from?
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Johnsons.
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That's what I figured. I like that little shop, nice people there. When the shortage on ammo and supplies was real bad they always seemed to have the powder I was looking for and they didn't play the profiteer game. I have a few Ruger single actions and they are well built guns. Good luck with your new 7 shooter.
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Thanks.It was either them or ARH and I decided to go with Maryann.Glad I did.
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