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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Ruger Red Eagle in Salt Cod Box
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07 Mar 2011 10:37 PM
    I have a Ruger Red Eagle sn 2311 in a Salt Cod Box and Ruger Red Pistol cardboard hinged box. The gun is in pristine condition 98+%. The salt cod box is sound with no damage other than being dirty from being around for over sixty years. The Red cardboard ""Ruger Pistol"" hinged box is 85-90% with natural wear from sliding around in the wooden box.

    The salt cod box has the original Railway Express label on the bottom and an address label on the top address to W.H. Ball, 510 Ross Ave, Fryeburg, Maine. On the inside it has a brown Railway Express envelope with a work order from the factory with the same name and address. The work order description is: dates received on May 12, 1951 and a ship date of 6-19-51. Th work description is: Replace Bolt, check hammer (OK) Pistol Ruger""

    I have had this pistol in my collection for almost 25 years and it is time to turn it over to a collector to gather as much entertainment as I have from it.

    The first $5000 takes it away including shipping and insurance.
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