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.
We are auctioning off a 7mm-08 Rem. caliber Ruger® M77® Hawkeye® rifle. This rifle was first introduced as "NEW" in the 2007 Ruger Firearms Catalog. The serial number is 711-10153, and Ruger's records reflect this rifle was roll marked March 30, 2010. The rifle was never sold and has never been fired beyond normal factory test firing. This rifle features a 22-inch cold hammer-forged barrel and integral scope mounts (scope rings are included). Other features include: the LC6™ trigger; a one-piece stainless bolt based on the rotating Mauser-type controlled feed extractor; and three-position safety. It has a matte blued finish with an American walnut stock featuring wrap-around cut checkering on the forearm and pistol grip. The stock also features a red rubber buttpad with the Ruger Eagle logo embossed in the center of it. It has a hinged solid steel floorplate, with a box magazine that holds four cartridges, and features an engraved Ruger logo.
This week's auction item is a stainless Ruger® New Model Super Blackhawk® .44 Magnum caliber, single-action revolver. The serial number is 87-10957, and Ruger's records reflect this revolver was roll marked July 24, 1997. The stainless, 7-1/2 inch New Model Super Blackhawk® was first introduced in 1983. The revolver was never sold and has never been fired beyond normal factory test firing. This revolver features a satin-polished stainless finish; 7-1/2 inch barrel; Patridge-style ramp front sight and click adjustable rear sight. It also features walnut grip panels with silver-colored Ruger "S/R" Eagle logo medallions; and a 6-shot unfluted cylinder. The manual warning is stamped on the left side of the barrel with the Southport, Conn. address. "RUGER® .44 MAGNUM CAL. / NEW MODEL SUPER BLACKHAWK®" is stamped on the left side of the cylinder frame. The revolver has been stored in a brown cardboard hinged box along with an appropriate instruction manual and locking device.