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A new "old" 1980 RUGER Single Six





#1
Last summer I bought a 1980 RUGER Single Six with the "extra" .22 mag. cylinder, a cylinder which had not been used! And it was for the .22 mag. capability that I bought this remarkably well made revolver. So OK, is has some "holster wear" but that only gives it character. It's a companion to my RUGER 96/22 mag rifle.

One might expect that a "mere" .22 caliber pistol should not merit the degree of quality that RUGER put into this revolver, but there it is, a revolver of beautifly high quality. For only $315. I got this beauty through Guns America and a shop in New England.
 

Tophog

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Good price.

I have 2, a convertible '3 screw', and my first one, made in 1957.

@Harley Sorry, no pics. This 'puter' won't accept the software. :)
 
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one of the few firearms that i purchased new is a ruger single six. great gun. built like a brick outhouse. 22lr for fun, 22wmr for business, both slow shooting for ammo droughts.

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NvPirate

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Good price.

I have 2, a convertible '3 screw', and my first one, made in 1957.

@Harley Sorry, no pics. This 'puter' won't accept the software. :)

I also still have my Ruger Single Six that I purchased in 1965 for $62 at a Whites auto store in Texas. Has fixed sights and the best overall shooter I have.