Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
Rear sight is still there and fits perfectly under the Redfield scope I had laying around. Front sling swivel is missing. Overall in decent shape. Came with a mint condition Weaver C4 and tip off mount, but I don't care much for it.
Hey @NIGHTLORD40K didn't you get something similar recently?
discharge (knock on wood) and never had one go off when I did not intend for it to go off. Is a long time to be associated with one type of handgun
Both of those are exceptionally pretty. Hats off to ya.
Picked up a pristine Carl Gustav model 94/14 Mauser carbine dated 1918, a sporterized Remington 1907-15 Berthier and a 9mm barrel for my Glock 27.
That was fun!
Please post after your first range trip!!
About thirty years ago I picked up a pair of Ruby .38 specials for $50 each to teach my sisters how to shoot.
One kept her gun and moved to California.
The other moved up to a Security Six.
I sold the left-over Ruby to a co-worker who was living in low-income housing and felt a bit nervous arriving after dark.
Her income has increased to the point that she's having to move to a much nicer place and she doesn't feel the need for the old Ruby.
She offered to give it to me, but I'll give her back the same $50 that I charged her... .
We have all sold/lost a firearm we wish we could have back
just got here today. Remington model 1897 rolling block in 7X57 the first model made for a smokeless cartridge
I've heard of a little pocket automatic in I believe.32 ACP called a ruby. Do you mean a revolver made by the same people or something?
The Ruby .38 special is similar in size and function to a S&W K-frame.
I like mine pretty well.
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