Includes .22 Standard, Mark I, Mark II, Mark III and all Centerfire Semi-Auto Pistols.
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Exceptional read. Great to see Old Rugers in the American Rifleman. Great job Mr. Findley.
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As always great article about our favorite passion! I remember talking to you a few years back about the items you have got published I believe you said sometimes it is years before the publish it from once you submitted it, Great photos also!
GUN COLLECTORS.......Stewards Of America's Firearms Heritage!
God Bless Our Troupes, Especially Our Snipers!
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I have enjoyed reading Don's informative and well written articles about Rugers over the years. Another article well done!!!!
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Look closely at the Ruger envelope that is with the 1951 Ruger catalog and a minty T678 Red Eagle.
Dave Jones of Boone, Iowa is my brother-in-law's father.
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If not seen yet in the October issue of the American Rifleman, here's the Great On-line Condensed Read by Don Findley!
Ruger's Chronological Mk History