Most popular THR Rugers?

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  1. Standard/ Mark pistols

    49.6%
  2. 6-series Revolvers (Security, Speed, Service)

    15.2%
  3. Blackhawk/Super BH

    44.2%
  4. Redhawk/Super RH

    17.8%
  5. GP100 types

    27.5%
  6. SP101 types

    23.2%
  7. Single 6,10 and Bearcat revolvers

    28.3%
  8. P-series autos

    13.0%
  9. SR-series autos

    16.3%
  10. LCP, LC9, Security 9 platform pistols

    28.6%
  11. LCR type revolvers

    9.4%
  12. American Pistols

    2.9%
  13. American rifles

    13.4%
  14. 10/22 and Charger types

    52.2%
  15. Mini rifles (14,30, Deerfield, etc)

    20.7%
  16. Carbines (44,96, PC types)

    4.0%
  17. M77/ Hawkeye rifles

    18.1%
  18. AR/SR/Precision rifles

    7.6%
  19. #1 Drop Block types

    4.0%
  20. Red label/ Black label shotguns

    4.7%
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  1. NIGHTLORD40K

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    OK, this took some doing, but here goes- most of us own at least one, but how many types of Ruger do you own?
    Apologies to the Old Army fans- ran out of space.:confused:
     
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  2. Tiro Finale

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    Blackhawk and GP for me. I also own a Mini-14, and am looking to add a P-series in the near future.
     
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  3. bannockburn

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    Started with a 10/22 (which I still have), a number of Single Sixes (mostly .22s but had a couple of them in .32 H&R Magnum), Blackhawks, Super Blackhawks, quite a few Sixes (none of which I currently have), lots of Standard and Mk.II .22s (have always had a thing for the 5 1/2" bull barrel target models), and an SR9c which I really like a lot for concealed carry.
     
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    The P series are a little crude and clunky, but they are super reliable and built like tanks. My very first auto was a P90 and I miss it. If I ever find an immaculate, bone stock one with the original grips, I would grab it in a heartbeat!
     
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    I own nine of those "types" of Rugers.
    And on several of those "types" I own several. I own several Mk.IIs, several Single Sixes, several M77 rifles, several 10/22s.................................

    I also own an Old Army. Not sure if that fits into any of those "types".
     
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    I antagonized over the Old Army, but really couldn't lump it in with any other type, and I only had 20 spots.:(
     
  7. chicharrones

    chicharrones needs more ammo

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    A mighty fine list considering Black Powder isn't smokeless. Waiting for the chain fire burns to come my way now. :evil:
     
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    Old Army could have possibly fit in the Blackhawk category.

    I presently own 6 of those categories, but have owned most all of them at one time or another.
     
  9. Fine Figure of a Man

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    Didn't realize I had so many Rugers until just now.
     
  10. MedWheeler

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    Five types here. Two Mk-II models (one Standard and one Target), one NM-Single-Six, one 10/22, one P95, and one Police Service Six.
     
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    I have 7, and will be adding an eighth (GP100) soon. They just work, and to the extent that I had problems, which is not often, their customer service has been fantastic.
     
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  12. dirtman

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    Geez, shock, i only own 5 on the list..... but i have many multibles on those five.....
     
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    60% have 10-22. Saw that coming!
     
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    I checked and was surprised that I only own Blackhawks and Super BlackHawks.
    I used to own a Super RedHawk but I had to sell it due to a divorce.
    I have probably close to a dozen or more BH/SBH in various calibers.
    My son owns at least one Ruger 1911 in 10mm. Not really sure what else he may have as far as Rugers these days, he does more gun trading than I ever have.
    I buy a lot but sell or trade very little.
     
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    So I voted for the P-series (P-944 owner) & the Ruger American Pistol (my wife likes hers) but I didn't see a place to vote for my SR 1911. I didn't want to vote for the SR series because to me that is the polymer pistols that have a magazine disconnect I have never cared for.
     
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    Ya.....once again, that was a judgement call on the SR1911s- doesn't really belong with the other SRs, but ran out of room.o_O
     
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    In addition to my 1970 .357 Blackhawk, (original, no transfer bar downgrade), I have a 1976 SS Old Army.:)
     
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    Where does the 22/45 fit? With the marks?

    10"types" for me.
     
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    Three. A Single Six .22LR/Mag, a GP-100 in .357, and a 10/22 carbine.
     
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    GP, SP, BH, SBH, RH, Single Six, LCP, 77/22M, 10/22, Red Label ...
    Yeah, I have a few Rugers.

    Surprised to see the BH outnumbering the GP so far ...
     
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  21. Armored farmer

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    8 was my count.
    I could easily be happy with only ruger handguns..
     
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    While I normally don't think of brand, I do have/had the iconic few, the 10/22s, the Blackhawk, the GP100, the LCP, and the PC9 carbine. I do also own the SR1911 as well. I've been very happy with the direction Ruger has taken in the past few years.
    I'm glad they are bringing out the new carbine. Can't wait to see it and try it out.
     
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    Forgot about my P C 9.
     
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    Yeah I have a *few* around here it seems.:thumbup: Just realized that I really like those SS single action Rugers.:D
     
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    Lessee. Mk. I Target, .45acp Vaquero, .44 SBH, P89, P90, P94, P95, Old Army, Mini 14, Single Six, Security Six, and considering a Super Redhawk and a 10/22.
     
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