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    Fifty Years 1949-1999 Commemorative

    Boxed Ruger No. 1 Single Shot Rifle.
    Serial no. 133-62781, .45-70 GOVT., 22-inch round barrel. Blued finish with American walnut checkered stocks. Laser engraved on both sides of receiver with RUGER / 1949-1999 / FIFTY YEARS. Gold inlaid accents to frame, muzzle, breech and lever. Bottom of framed signed in gold inlay: William Ruger. Sling eyes. Scope base. Contained in original Ruger box serial numbered to the gun with literature and lock.

    Condition: Excellent, showing little use. Tapped barrel. Box with scuffs and mars to corners inside and out. Wood excellent. Bore good. Action good.


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    December, 2015
    13th Sunday
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