The asking price is $1500 (in Florida).
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- Sat May 30, 2020 9:30 am
- Forum: Single-Shot Rifles
- Topic: Value Question, Ruger 1-A
- Replies: 6
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A friend has an opportunity to purchase a Ruger 1-A, serial number 132-45566, caliber .357 Magnum, California Highway Patrol Commemorative. Per the letter from Ruger, the rifle was shipped in April 1982 as described. The rifle in about new in its original box. Any help with value would be appreciate...
Brazilian rosewood can be identified by its color and grain. Particularly when compared to other woods such as American walnut or Goncalo alves. I have lots of S&W stocks made of Brazilian rosewood to compare the Ruger stocks to. Some stocks made in the late 70s and later were made of Honduras or In...
The rosewood grips (lower right corner of the top photo) are the only ones I have ever seen. Also, the grips in the upper right hand corner came on FT 44 serial number 233 shipped in January 1957. They have what I call a polished finish and are unlike any other Ruger grips I have seen.
- Thu Apr 30, 2020 6:38 am
- Forum: Single Actions, 1973-Present
- Topic: Ruger Studio of Art & Decoration
- Replies: 10
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44 Magnum engraved and inlaid with gold in 2006. Elephant ivory grips by Nutmeg Sports. This is the first 50th anniversary Blackhawk 44 Magnum sold by Ruger in March 2006.
Colt letters are issued through a separate company, Colt Archive Properties, LLC and Smith & Wesson letters, similarly, are issued by the Smith & Wesson Historical Foundation. The S&WHF and Colt Archives use the records of S&W and Colt, respectively, but do not impact their budgets and are self fund...