will 44mag revoler ammo eject from ruger44 mag carbine?
- MegumiLv 61 month ago
Both of these guns use the same factory ammunition. You could have problems with light handloads, but factory cartridges should function well.
- RichardLv 61 month ago
It should, assuming that the ammo was made correctly. If it's underpowered, this may cause ejection problems.
- RobinLv 71 month ago
yes it does ............no problem
- HermanLv 41 month ago
Yes you can use the same ammo. I have a Ruger .44 Mag. Carbine and it is
a lot of fun to shoot. They are becoming harder and harder to find and the owners
ask a lot for them. I have had mine many years in fact it is my bush gun and
it is excellent for that purpose. If you have a .44 Carbine I would hold on to it.
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- C T MLv 71 month ago
Yes...they both use the exact same ammo.
- Adam DLv 71 month ago
If it wouldn't, what would you do with such a rifle? It is literally a .44 magnum, if a .44 magnum cannot use .44 magnum ammunition, then it's just an expensive stick.
Also, if you had taken 3 seconds to look into this firearm, you'd have come across a heap of Youtube videos of people shooting the gun with...wait for it... .44 magnum ammunition. Spoiler alert, the ammo ejects.
- ugiidriverLv 71 month ago
Yes, they both use the same ammo.