No 1 50th high grade

No. 1 and No. 3
Nahanni
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Re: No 1 50th high grade

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zebra55 wrote:
Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:48 pm
What would have been nice on the No 1 anniversary high grade is features that were inherent to the non prefix models.... like the unique checkering pattern. This would have set it apart from the standard grade and given it a true feeling of 1967! Oh heck could even added vertically split rings in the red velvet bag.
Absolutely agree 100%

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Re: No 1 50th high grade

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Here is #3 of 50 offered at $3200. They also have the distributor model for $1800.
https://www.abidearmory.com/ruger-lever ... y-3-of-50/
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Re: No 1 50th high grade

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Currently $800 on gun broker https://www.gunbroker.com/item/866441681
But 8 more days I'm watching this one to see where it goes.

Or there are several just buys at $1,449 / 1450.00

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Re: No 1 50th high grade

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Yikes! That's No. 31 of 50. I guess we'll find out what they are really worth right now. Seems like many collectors are putting the brakes on. Interesting times.
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