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1022Lover
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24 Oct 2010 04:07 AM
    Hi there! I'm a 10/22 fanatic but I also own the most beautiful of No. 1s, a black laminate .22-250. My hubby owns several No. 1s and I have a question about one of them.

    This No. 1 was bought used and is a medium sporter, .300 H&H with a 22"" barrel, serial number 131-36378. I cannot find anything anywhere about it. Can anyone help?
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    RugerNo1
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    26 Oct 2010 11:33 AM
    Welcome to the RCA's forum.
    Always good to hear from someone who like the Ruger No.1 rifle. All of the .300 H&H rifles from the Factory had 26"" barrels. Your serial# is earlier than any of the Factory production of the .300 H&H. I am betting it is a re-chambered .30-06.
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    BlkHawk73
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    30 Oct 2010 11:02 PM
    There were some .300 H&H's made years ago (1990) but the ser # given is outside the range of those. Those were also #1S's and had, I believe, 22"" bbls.
    Curious if the chambering markings on the bbl are in Ruger script or not. Picture?

    Call Ruger's record's dept with the Ser # and they'll give some useful info. Let us know the outcome of that call.
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    RugerNo1
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    30 Oct 2010 11:24 PM
    To my knowledge, all the .300 H&H's had 26"" barrels; those made 20 years ago, the Boddington series, and both the 1B and 1S models made recently.
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