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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Ruger Single Six
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Curtice
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08 Aug 2008 02:23 AM
    I have purchased a used Ruger, single-six, .22/.22 Magnum revolver. On the top of the barrel appear the words ""Made In The 200th Year of American Liberty""
    Is this gun more sought after than other Ruger revolvers of the same type/model?
    Thank you for your time, and assistance.
    Respectfully
    Curtice Thompson USN(Ret)
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    flattop44
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    08 Aug 2008 03:15 AM
    Curtice, welcome to the RCA website.

    All Ruger firearms made in 1976 had the ""Made In The 200th Year Of American Liberty"" inscription. The [i]Liberty[/i] collectors that I know want only New-In-The-Box or as-NIB examples for their collections and will pay a premium as compared to the same model without the inscription. However, this premium is usually only about $50-75 and that is for NIB or as NIB guns.

    So if your Single-Six ""Liberty"" is not NIB just shoot it and enjoy it, it is still a very desireable gun to have and keep.

    Regards, Bill Hamm
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    Curtice
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    08 Aug 2008 04:40 AM
    Thank you very much Bill. I do appreciate your reply.
    Curtice
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    flattop44
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    10 Aug 2008 09:48 PM
    You are very welcome Curtice, we welcome you to the website and invite you to join the RCA.
    Bill
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