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F/S Ruger Single Six .22/.22 Mag (Stainless)

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by WWB, Apr 9, 2008.

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  1. WWB

    WWB Member

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    Weren't or aren't those things good looking firearms........just looking at it makes one want one....must be the "cowboy" or the "John Wayne" in most of us.
    Hope you sell it.
    Bill
     
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    I have a 5½ SS pre-warning that has killed more rabbits than my shotgun. Great gun! Mine was stolen in 1989, recovered in 2000, now resides in my safe.
     
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    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    In 1976, I bought a blued one that had "Made in the 200th year of American Liberty" rollmarked on the top of the barrel. Of course, I later sold it...

    Ed
     
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    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    I mowed a whole lot of lawns to earn the $90 that one of these cost in 1973. That was my first pistol and I still have it. Suprised by the $400 asking price of this one but then again I wouldn't sell mine for that amount, too many good memories.
     
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    I have one just like it including the same holster. Lot of gun for the money. I put Bullseye springs in it. Slick as a Python now. Well, almost. Not for sale.
     
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    Switchblade, You have mail.
    Matt Woodson
     
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    I recieved a Ruger Single Six for my 18th birday in 1959. It predated the mag. error and has a 49000 plus serial number. I think it sold new then for less than $80.00. They are a great little gun and were popular with the fellowes who hunted bear, cougar, coons, and Bob Cats with hounds. I'm not saying they shot bear and couger with them but they were good on Coons and Cats. Spent a few nights in the woods following the dogs and woundering what trail they were on. Post-2
     
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