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Thread: Found another 3 Screw Old Model Ruger

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    Default Found another 3 Screw Old Model Ruger

    1969 manufacture date. I've been wanting one like this for years.
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    Where are the 3 screws located ? Are there 3 screw old Rugers in other cal. ? Just curious. I have a older Ruger single six in .22 cal.

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    Have Mercy!...that is Purdy
    Yippee Ki Yay

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    Three screw "Old Models were produced by Ruger from 1953, Single Six, 1955, 357 Magnum, 1956, 44 Magnum, 1959, Super Blackhawks, and later in chamberings such as 41 Magnum, 30 Carbine then lastly the 45 Colt in 1971-72. The New Model, "Two Pin" model with transfer bar safety came out during 1973 and remains the same today with a wide variety of calibers and configurations available in addition to those original "Old Model" chamberings.

    This one has one tiny flaw in the finish that allowed me to get the price down to $500 out the door.
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    I'm on the hunt now for a 1971 dated 5.5" Super Single Six (adjustable sighted) convertible 22 long rifle/22 magnum, "as new" in box. I've located it, just tying to scrape up the $$.
    Formerly Bill SC Hunter from the SCDNR Forums

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