Can any one help with a date of manufacture or approx.
On the right side it says: Sturm Ruger & Co., Southport, Conn.
The SC4's mentioned by flatgate were "non cataloged". Now, is it a "Ruger Made" configuration or was it done after it was shipped from the Factory? For you and Hondo44, please forgive me in saying at this time I have two questions for the gentleman that I am awaiting a return phone call on.
Guns that got out the door in a configuration that ws not shown or listed in the catalog and usually in very small quantities. Now, is it a "Ruger Made" configuration or was it done after it was shipped from the Factory? It means a Double Action Ruger Revolver in such a configuration that it does NOT match anything shown in the catalogs.
Thanks The Super Single-Six Old Models had the following model numbers: SC4 SC5 SC6 The "S" ment Super. Some of those Old Model Single-Sixes with the 20 and 21 prefix with the 5 1/2 in.
The "C" meant convertible and the 4,5,6 meant 4 5/8 in.
An economically priced rifle that earned the title of "most popular 22 in the world." Since it was introduced in 1960, it has continuously represented one of America's finest rimfire values.
10-17614 Can any one help with a date of manufacture or approx.
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This one only has the 22LR cylinder, but I suppose a Mag cylinder may have existed at some time.
Anyhow, it does have adjustable sights, and your information seems a bit more in the ball park.