Dougan's book "Ruger Pistols and Revolvers 1949 - 1973" has this serial number listed as Single Six, not a magnum. Looks like both original...
What does it say on the side of the frame under the cylinder? As the others have noted, this gun is in the magnum serial number range. Do you have...
Yes I have. Never any issues. Be sure to read all the rules for buying and selling. They charge Ohio sales tax to in state purchasers and also a...
This auction always seems to have a few of them. This is a monthly auction with no reserves. If the gun in the first link had the correct grips,...
My most recent purchase. Stag grips (which I sold) and a 12" barrel.
And a first year SBH. Has a nice purple gate.
My favorite is this Super Blackhawk with 10.5" barrel. I like shooting steel at 50 - 100 yards with it.
Not a .32 or .38 but it is an Iver Johnson.
You may want to try this gentleman.
I also have a Supsershot Sealed 8 made in 1933. Fun little revolver.
Barrels were originally supplied in the 50s and 60s by a few different vendors, Marlin Firearms being the first. As production increased barrels...
Still leaves two. :)
"Made In the 200th Year of American Liberty"
I have a Single Six with the same markings. There were too many made for it to add any significant...
It is not the carbon in stainless that makes it magnetic, it is the presence or absence of nickel in the alloy that makes the difference.
Try a magnet.
Here's a link to Billy Jack's revolver.
I sent you a PM.
If you want a brass frame, whether original or aftermarket, they are available. Pricey but available. They are for sale on the Rugerforum.com...
Post your inquiry at the Colt Forum. A fellow by the name of Buckspen is the resident expert on Scouts....
Post a WTB at the Ruger classifieds forum. You will have one within a week.
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