3-Way Deal = Alaskan .454!

Discussion in 'Ruger Revolver Forums' started by KMO, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. KMO

    KMO Northern Arizona

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    I was party to a 3-way deal that involved me selling my Ruger Alaskan, and upgrading to my buddy's Alaskan. Both were .454, but his already had the .45ACP modification to the cylinder, and a Magnaported barrel. Sweet!

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  2. phideaux

    phideaux Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Man thats ,such a beauty.

    I love those Alaskans,
    I have a SBH thats Magnaported, and it really makes a difference in recoil flip.

    Grats



    Jim
     

  3. LT2108

    LT2108 Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Congratulations.... :D
     
  4. bikeride4fun

    bikeride4fun NRA Benefactor Member

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    Wow...that's just beautiful.....
     
  5. KMO

    KMO Northern Arizona

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  6. DonnieD

    DonnieD New Member

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    Fun gun but it's definitely a double ear protection item. Don :D
     
  7. KMO

    KMO Northern Arizona

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    Yes, I'm afraid this is one of the drawbacks of the Magnaporting...It is louder...
     
  8. phideaux

    phideaux Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I would love to see the muzzle blast ,at night, from that bad boy.

    :cool::spot:


    Jim
     
  9. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Congrats....!!

    That has gotta be a flame thrower....[​IMG]
     
  10. Don

    Don Member

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    Congats!
    I sold mine after wrist surgery. It was my favorite sidearm in the woods but it does jump and my weakened wrist plus a broken thumb made shooting it problematic. I miss it now because it was the most unique "show and tell" item in my arsenal and I was very proud to show it to people I thought might appreciate the "power in a small package" concept. Walking the thick palmetto swamps of North Florida, it was an incredibly fun hog gun.