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Oh my, what a score. Bill What Bill said!! The auto is where it really started and is a favorite of mine as well though I will never have as fine a collection as many of you. I just wonder how many other early Ruger autos are out there lurking in a drawer or cabinet somewhere? I am sure a lot were ...
- Wed Sep 30, 2020 3:34 pm
- Forum: Rugers in General
- Topic: Ruger has taken over Marlin
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Just got a notice in my email saying that Ruger has purchased the Marlin assets from the Remington bankruptcy. I wonder what products will be offered from this taking over of Marlin? "Long Live the Lever Gun" was one of the things stressed in the announcement. Should be interesting.
I just did some measuring on a Ruger drill and an A100 frame RST4... The backstrap on the drill is 4.125" long while the RST4 is 4.5" long. The frontstraps are 4.5" and 5.0" respectively. The frame widths are .625" for the drill and .675" for the RST4. The top of the frame where it cradles the rece...
- Fri Sep 25, 2020 5:43 am
- Forum: Memorabilia
- Topic: Chief AJ collectable 10/22's and items.
- Replies: 251
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Ken 1187 That is a beautiful collection indeed. Thank you so much for showing us. You are in the right place for anything Ruger. 2020 has been pretty much a lost year to get together with these great people and I am hoping 2021 will be better. We all would love to see some of your beautiful pieces a...
Better look out for flying buttons! Grandpa must be proud enough to pop his! You are a blessed man to have a grandson to teach how to hunt and be a good sportsman. You and he both will always remember this event in his life. May you hunt together for many years to come.
The ROCS is a great bunch of people. We have fun and the knowledge that the combined membership has is amazing. Many are dedicated collectors and some like me are more owner than specific collector. Any member I have ever talked to is more than willing to help in any way that they can. I am proud to...