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Bennett that is a great article on the Single Six. Ruger got it right when they put it on the market. They did the same with their .22 pistol. You can not buy a new Colt Woodsman or High Standard .22 pistol since Ruger took over the market for them.
- Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:07 am
- Forum: Rugers in General
- Topic: American Rifleman ads
- Replies: 7
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I have most of The Gun Digest annual editions from the late 1940's thru the early 2000's with a few missing. They go in depth about "The small upstart company in Southport CT" taking it into the development of the Mark 1 and the single action revolvers. The 1954 edition has an engraved Single Six in...
- Thu Aug 15, 2019 10:26 am
- Forum: Ruger Questions
- Topic: Ruger Blackhawk Trivia
- Replies: 12
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The 256 is in single catagory but the 327 is a seven shot I have one , did not know about 44 and the 256 chambered in Blackhawk, do you know how many, also I have read that the new 10 mm can shoot 44 Russian, 38/40, john taffan has had one chambered for them. The 10mm has a bullet diameter of .400"...
You have the RST6 end label in your pictures. There are a lot of boxes that the label fell off because the glue was not the greatest. You have the whole package. Very nice looking pistol. Thanks for showing us.
If the box is a red hinged box with a white emblem I believe it is the correct box. In the mid 1970's Ruger switched to 2 boxes for their handguns instead of a box for each model. The boxes were marked RST4 and BN36 which were for the 4.75" barrel .22 pistol known as the Standard Pistol or RST4 and ...
- Thu Aug 08, 2019 8:37 pm
- Forum: Auto Pistols
- Topic: Another SR1911 Joins The Herd
- Replies: 6
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Vince that looks great. You could probably run the case over with a truck and not hurt it. I bet a picture of your entire SR1911 collection would cover Bennett's pool table and then some.
I looked at the listing and it says there is no warning on it to read the manual. With the serial number listed it would be made in 1994 or 1994 according to the Ruger date of manufacture table. Also look at the muzzle taper vs the taper on a factory bull barrel. Big difference in the angles.