Ever have any problems with a Ruger 44 Magnum Carbine? I have. Not many, but they do happen. Usually, a good thorough cleaning can fix this, and this article will tell you how to do it, walking you through each step to make it as easy as possible.
|Introduction, a Pair Ruger 44 Magnum Carbines||How to Remove the Barrel Band||How to Remove a Ruger Carbine From the Stock||Comparison of Actions, Explanation of Gas Operation and Parts|
|How to Remove the Trigger Assembly||Ruger Carbine Trigger Assembly Removed from Receiver||How to Remove Ruger Carbine Action Spring, Slide, and Magazine Tube Assembly||How to Remove a Ruger Carbine Operating Handle (Bolt Handle)|
|After Removing Magazine Tube Assembly, Action Spring, and Slide||How to Remove the Bolt from Ruger 44 Magnum Carbine||How to Remove the Bolt from Ruger 44 Magnum Carbine||Comparison of Bolts from Two Different Ruger Carbines|