Thread: Ruger Bearcat
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Old February 18, 2013, 06:36 AM   #7
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I had a Bearcat for a long while (at least for me). I called it the gun to carry when I didn't want to carry a gun. I scared several squirrels with it, but never actually harmed one. Not the guns fault I asure you I've scared them with a lot of other guns too.

The Bearcat however is plenty accurate enough to knock a can or pine cone around though at normal plinking distances, and probably for a lot longer ranges than I ever tried it.

Like most other guns I've owned at one time or another, I got bored with it and sold it off for something else. I might buy another one one of these days.
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