But no threaded barrels?
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Why is the MSRP on a 77/357 a thousand bucks?
All of them are around that price. Apparently Ruger thinks people will pay that much.
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It's a rimfire/pistol carbine built on a traditional machined 77 action, so the production cost is high. You really won't find a nicer rimfire anywhere, however.
I'm still kicking myself for not buying one when I was in college. They were $180 back then.
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You can buy a nice used semi auto Ruger 44 magnum carbine for about $1000.
I'm glad they brought it back but I would REALLY like them to bring back the semi auto 357 and 44 magnum guns.
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I saw this come across in my inbox since I recently agreed to receive their email after buying a 10/22 Target.
From what I can read the 77/22 is a 22 Hornet.
I always wanted a 77/22 that had factory iron sights. They made them for a short period of time. I am a sucker for good 22.
In response to bustabuddy, it seems that a thousand bucks is the new starting price point way too often now.
Sadly with Trump in office the market has cooled way down and all the product planning that was taking place the two years before the election is blowing up on the firearms brands. I don't think a thousand dollars is going bring a lot of volume for Ruger. Cooper or Kimber maybe....
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1K is MSRP,,,
local Cabelas has them for 749 syn stock,,
Rugers always seem to sell far far below MSRP.
Ruger missed the mark by not threading the barrels for these..
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I want the 22lr back in the line up. I don't care about hornet or WSM.
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One of my greatest, "Steals" was an early production 77/22 blued/walnut with sights. Found it in what looked like unfired condition in the used rack at Cabela's, even came with the original box. The price? $189.
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I'm glad I got my 77/22 (22lr) before they stopped making them, I've seen some insane prices for them.
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Still too rich for my blood.
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