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As I understand it, the two digit serial numbers were reserved for particular recipients to add to their collections of the same number.
I'm looking for that list of number holders.
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First, welcome and someone here may know the answer, being 1963 it's not a number 1, what ruger model are you asking about??
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A low numbers did not necessarily go to a certain individual from the beginning of Ruger until the program ended a few years back. I have a list of low number recipients that Chad Hiddleson put together some time back and it does not have 64 on it. What model Ruger is it?
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Not OP, but same question.
.357 Maximum 600-00016
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I know where the ruger No.1 #16 went, but I am not thinking that at the time the Maximum was made that anyone had that number.