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0 Replies and 5226 Views RCA Display  5226  0 Started by  d findley Photo from several years back (don't recall the year) at an NRA Show. The late Steve Vogel and Jim Triggs standing in front of the RCA display. Someone asked Steve for a big smile.
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11 Feb 2010 05:57 PM
0 Replies and 5164 Views Deerstalker and 10/22 54  5164  0 Started by  ruger66 Since I was able to obtain these guns from a posting on this site, I thought I would let everybody take a look. I always love buying guns that were not part of a collection, just somebody's personal guns. The family of the gentleman that owned these were personal friends with the Sturms and the Rugers. His uncle had a business next to the Red Barn. When he got out of the military he needed a job for three months. His father said, ''Call Bill.'' He did, and ended up staying for three years, 196...
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11 Feb 2010 01:24 AM
0 Replies and 7800 Views Re: Judge Don Martin Guns  7800  0 Started by  ruger66 Hey guys - did you know that I purchased the .357 Flat Top that was owned by Judge Martin, serial number 210. It letters being shipped to him in November, 1955. It was part of my display at the fall Tulsa show in 2009. I have a picture of him from his days as Sheriff, before he became a Judge. The gun was shot and carried and shows some holster wear. He wrote an article for the Gun Digest in 1957, that describes the proper way to shoot a single action weapon. He also did a shooting review ...
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25 Jan 2010 08:05 PM
0 Replies and 8512 Views Tom Ruger's Belt Buckle  8512  0 Started by  Firsttimegrampa I hope this is right.
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31 Oct 2009 06:18 PM
0 Replies and 4786 Views Boxed Deerstalkers  4786  0 Started by  ruger66 These are two of my favorite and most complete guns with consecutive numbers. They include the hangtags,banners,and cardboard packing. They are NIB. &91attachment=2&9377-78.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=1&9377-78b.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&9377-78boxes.jpg&91/attachment&93
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02 Apr 2008 09:57 PM
0 Replies and 4270 Views Factory Engraved 10/22s, part 2  4270  0 Started by  ruger66 The second gun was done for R.L. Wilson, who worked for A.A. White at the time and did the template for the engraving on both of these guns. The factory letter for this one doesn't contain as much information as the Skeeter gun does. The anodized receivers aren't quite as scratch proof as a regular blued gun. &91attachment=1&93rl-multi1.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93rl2.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91img&93http://www.northern-pine.com/ruger66/wilson.jpg&91/img&93
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01 Apr 2008 10:39 PM
0 Replies and 4448 Views Factory Engraved 10/22s  4448  0 Started by  ruger66 As far as engraved 10/22s go, they are very rare. You could almost count them all on one hand that have been engraved or inscribed. Here are pictures of two of them. Both of these guns are mentioned on page 84 of ''Ruger and His Guns.'' The first gun was engraved for Skeeter Skelton, to give to his son Bart. &91attachment=1&93skeeter-multi1.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93skeeter-multi2.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91img&93http://www.northern-pine.com/ruger66/skeeter.jpg&91/img&...
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01 Apr 2008 10:31 PM
0 Replies and 6071 Views Prototype 10/22s, part 2  6071  0 Started by  ruger66 These guns are absent of all the standard barrel markings. It is said the other set has just the Ruger proof mark on it ahead of the receiver. This set doesn't even have that. &91attachment=2&93aussie2.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=1&93aussie1.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93aussie.jpg&91/attachment&93
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01 Apr 2008 10:03 PM
0 Replies and 4233 Views Prototype 10/22s  4233  0 Started by  ruger66 Ruger never offered a 10/22 with a barrel longer than 18.5 inches, up until recently for Wal-Mart. Back in the 70's there were four guns made up, consecutively numbered, in two sets. Each set contained one 22 inch and one 24 inch. It's rumored that these guns were made to market in Australia. This is one of the sets: &91attachment=2&93aussie5.jpg&91/attachment&93 The second pictures shows them compared to the standard 18.5 inch gun of the same era on the bottom. &91attachment=1&93aussi...
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01 Apr 2008 09:59 PM
0 Replies and 4285 Views Trying the new picture attachment  4285  0 Started by  ruger3screw Thought I would try to put a attachment see what happens Man I just was getting the hang of the img thing..:shock:
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20 Feb 2008 12:25 AM
0 Replies and 5399 Views Re: 50th Anniversary 44 Magnums  5399  0 Started by  Doc44 Bill, As you know Lantuch did a 50th Year .357 for me, 520 -00011 and the pattern looks similar to that he placed on yours, except for the gold. My gun is the one the factory put on the Gallery section of their Studio of Engraving web-site.
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14 Feb 2008 12:35 AM
0 Replies and 4238 Views 44 Deerstalker and 10/22 26  4238  0 Started by  ruger66 These are really two nicely matched guns.
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12 Feb 2008 11:49 PM
0 Replies and 4271 Views Stag Grips  4271  0 Started by  flatgate I'd like to solicit comments from the Membership regarding some stag grips I purchased from Mr. Fred Fischer long ago. Early Factory or not The medallions are of the ''brushed'' finish style. Thanks for your time, flatgate
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05 Feb 2008 02:59 PM
0 Replies and 5911 Views Photo's - Best Practices...  5911  0 Started by  admin It is MUCH better to include your photo's as attachments vs pointing to some photo post site. It will resize them ''automatically'' to the available window space and that picture will become a ''thumb'' link to the original should someone want that great detailed picture :shock: Posting pics is pretty easy after you get the hang of it. Just click on ''Reply'' or ''New Topic'', write your message. Scroll down below the message box and look to the left side for ''Upload Attachment''. Click on...
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02 Feb 2008 06:46 PM
0 Replies and 5583 Views Two of my favorite Super Blackhawks  5583  0 Started by  flattop44 Two of my favorite mahogany cased Super Blackhawks, 19 and 20. Both are long framesand new with their cases. 19 belonged to Pete Kuhlhoff, Argosy Magazine Guns Editor and 20 belonged to Jack O''Conner, Outdoor Life Magazine Guns Editor. &91img&93http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m315/44flattop/DSC00297.jpg&91/img&93 &91img&93http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m315/44flattop/DSC00298.jpg&91/img&93 &91img&93http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m315/44flattop/DSC00299.jpg&91/img&9...
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31 Jan 2008 06:12 AM
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