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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Help with 10/22
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Harley08
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15 Mar 2014 02:07 PM
    I have had my 10/22 since about 8th grade.
    Can anybody tell me any thing about it?
    :arrow: Serial # D100041
    Thanks
    Dave
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    LimpinLeroy
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    17 Mar 2014 03:24 AM
    Howdy Harley . . . according to R.L. Wilson's ""Ruger & His Guns"", page 325, it appears that your serial # falls in 1965 (?). However, Mr Wilson mentions that the serial #/date lists cannot be counted on as absolute. ""Within a block of 50 serial numbers, it is possible to have shipping dates within a three-to five-year time frame."" This was often caused by frames/guns stored and shipped at a later date, model and product changes, etc. The only real way to come close to the date is to contact Ruger w/a request on info on a specific serial #. Shipping dates and model configuration is usually available. The last I knew this service was free of charge. Good luck and enjoy your Rugers.

    Ralph
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