Greetings to Ruger lovers

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Greetings to Ruger lovers

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New to the forum, very partial to firearm especially Rugers - have been collecting, shooting and working on them for quite a few years. Always looking to learn new things and contribute when possible.
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Welcome aboard, happy that you have joined us. Feel free to post away and share your Rugers with us.
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Ruger is spoken fluently here so you are among friends. We have fun and enjoy ourselves. I am trying to think of the right Ruger for a 67 Stingray and a Number One Rifle comes to mind
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Welcome!! Looking forward to hearing about your Ruger interests and insights over time.
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Welcome to the Forum!
Joining ROCS will enlighten you a lot on being a bit more serious about Rugers. Be careful,,, we are a bunch of enablers here.

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Glad to have you with us. Tell us about the Rugers you like and add a few pictures. It is easy to post a picture.

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67Stingray
Welcome to the ROCS and I have to agree with my friend Watertender that the username 67Stingray has a Ruger No1 in your future. 1967 was the first full year of production of the Ruger No1, as Contender warned, beware we are enablers. :lol: I would like to see a photo of the 67Stingray assuming that's where the username came from. Its my birth year and I'm partial to all things 67. Please tell us about the Rugers your partial to and by all means post a photo or two.

To all members; not my rifle or anyone I'm affiliated with, its simply a 1967 analogy.
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Thanks for the warm welcomes, Watertender and Liberty you are correct about the No.1's, I have a few of them, but I have do have a passion for Corvettes also. I know - firearms and autos an expensive endeavor. I have about 30 Rugers at the moment, just bought a 1970 M77 in .308 yesterday, can't help myself. Here is a couple of pics, add more as time goes on. 1B in 270 and 1B in 30.06 and a PHEONIX P345
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67Stingray
Now that Sir is a perfect layout in Ruger Red for all things Ruger.
Your No1s and PHEONIX P345 are beautiful, thank you for sharing.
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really nice wood on the #1s

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