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Ruger No. 1 in .357 Mag OH

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by A-37, Dec 19, 2007.

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  1. A-37

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    I know that Ruger made a No.1 in .357Mag with a CHP logo. Did Ruger make a No.1 in .357Mag without the logo and with a 26" barrel?
     
  2. Jackal

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    No idea. However, a 26" barreled, 10lb, single shot rifle in a pistol round would have to be the most pointless rifle ever.
     
  3. chestnut ridge

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    what what I understand; there were a small number of No 1 rifles
    in 357 magnum caliber that were produced without the California
    markings. These were the over-runs. I think these were sold to
    some distributor; and were not a hot item at the time.
    I have one of these; it is a great shooter.
     
  4. A-37

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    chestnut ridge,

    Thanks for your comments. Is yours a 26" barrel?

    I run a lot of 148 gr .38 Spcl wadcutters through my S&W Model 52 and thought the Ruger No. 1 like yours would be a fun rifle for that round.
     
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