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Re: Ruger M77/357
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2012, 05:53:56 AM »
I've got the Rossi lever in .357. Nice little gun that, with some light work, can be slicked up nice, and it can be had for under $450. .357 is a fun round out of a carbine.
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Re: Ruger M77/357
« Reply #11 on: October 11, 2012, 10:31:53 AM »
Hi;

    Was interested in the M77/357 but got sticker shock.   For someone looking for a carbine in pistol calibers - HiPoint makes carbines in 9mm,40 S&W and .45acp. Their mags may need a little tweeking but they are cheap,fun and mags from the carbine also can be used in the Hipoint pistols of the same caliber.

    Of the 9 Hipoint pistols and carbines and the 38 mags for the weapons, I only had 1 mag that was in need of tweeking. If you left the mags set for a month or 2 loaded - the mag may "self" tweek with no problems.

     Lifetime warranty on pistols and carbines.

     If Hipoint would come out with a 38/357 pistol/carbine or a .45 long colt deal - I would buy them.

     Hipoint had to open up a second manufacturing facility to handle the demand.

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Re: Ruger M77/357
« Reply #12 on: October 11, 2012, 06:58:00 PM »
Thanks Dip, but having so many .357 already - the M33/357 either carbine, bolt or lever will be the caliber.
Getting one in any other caliber reduces its overall same-same usefulness to me.


 

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