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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Bicentennial Super Six
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gbc
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06 Mar 2013 08:54 PM
    I have what I think may be a unique gun and I was hoping to get an opinion on how unique and it's value. It's a 5-1/2"" blue bicentennial .22 super six, was new when I purchased. I have everything - box, wrapping paper, owners manual, unfilled out unfolded warranty card, the gun shops price tag on a string, Also have both cylinders. On a scale of 10, this gun is a 9.5. Your time and opinion would be appreciated.
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    flattop44
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    08 Mar 2013 04:14 AM
    I have found the ""Liberty"" marked guns will bring about $50 more than a comparable gun without the marking when NIB. You must remember, almost every gun Ruger made in 1976 had that ""Liberty"" roll mark.
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    gbc
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    08 Mar 2013 10:36 PM
    Thanks Bill!

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