Ruger .44 Mag. Carbine Manual

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  1. roadkingsteve

    roadkingsteve New Member

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    I just picked up a Ruger .44 Mag. carbine. 1967 I think. It's a little rough but I think it will clean up nice. I am looking for a manual.
    I used to go to "stevespages" but it looks like he's been shut down.
    Does anyone know where I can find one? I Like PDF downloads. Will post pics later.
    Thanks, Steve
  2. RJay

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    Steves Pages are back up, used them yesterday.
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    on Ruger's site they do have a list of manuals they have
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    Yeah, stevespages are up, or they were a couple of days ago, but Beth's right. You can get it from ruger.com
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    roadkingsteve New Member

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    Did you try to down load? It will not let me download manuals. Every thing else works.
    And Ruger site says that manual is not available.
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    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Ruger site says that gun is out of production. Manual opened right up for me.
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    roadkingsteve New Member

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    Thank You,
    That worked fine. I think the prob. was this computer.
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    You're welcome.
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    Is 1967 the model number or year of manufacture. If it's not the model can you tell what it is. I have a firearms cd that has schematics for thousands of guns. If I could find it, I'd copy it and paste it here.
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    Oops, nevermind. The only .44 mag rifle listed is a model 77-44.
  12. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    To the best of my knowledge it has no model number. Like the "Standard Model", it had a name. Deerslayer.
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