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Ruger 30 Carbine for sale----------------------

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by plabels466, Aug 14, 2013.

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    Like new, 98% mint Condition, Ruger 30 Carbine-7.5' barrel, RCBS dies, cases, etc...$452.00 & I will ship to you...No box or papers. Extremely accurate revolver but to loud for my 75 year old years..... Email me for pics please.....Thanks...Pete
     
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    Old model or new model Blackhawk?

    Thanks

    Rob Scott
     
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    ser# is - 51-406XX. Hope this helps Scott......Pete
     
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    Count the screws on the side: 3 equal old model and 2 for new model. Then the question is has an older model been devalued by converting it to the transfer bar arrangement. Is this your gun? Can't imagine not knowing this info.
     
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    Click on link above to check serial#'s ( looks like yours is 2002- New model )

    Chris
     
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    If that is the one I sold him, it is a new model. Nice gun, great seller
     
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    Thats the one Tom, still like new........CLAYBRDR - for your brilliant observation it has neither, just two pins - not screws. So now what do I have? I can't imagine you not knowing this or giving me bad advice...Maybe you just need to - oh never mind.................Pete
     
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    You have the new model. Good pistol and it will shoot every bit as good as the older three screw but the three screw models are more sought after by collectors. No problem though as your price is more than fair especially when the reloading equipment is thrown in.
     
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    Thanks Wolfram....Positive input from TS.COM members is always very rewarding & one of the reasons this web-sight is so successful.....We shooters do not know everything.....Shoot well my friend......Pete
     
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