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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hello. My name is Jason. I am looking for my father's Ruger Single Six with s/n 64-49334. It pains me that I do not have this hand gun. If this reaches anybody that has it I would love to talk to you about me possibly buying it back from you. It was sold to L.A. Guns on 05.07.2003 at 9028 Sunset...
  2. New Member Introductions
    I am a long time owner of a Ruger Super Single Six (6.5" barrel, 22 and 22 magnum cylinders, 1968) and a short time owner of a Single Six (10.5" barrel, 22 only) and am wondering if there is a reasonably easy conversion to adjustable rear sights on a Single Six..
  3. Collectors
    Alright I inherited my grandpas single six. Thought I would teach people to shoot with it. But I noticed a box and it is all the paperwork and brochure that came with the box. That he had still. I was wondering what something like this all original would be.
  4. Ruger Single Action
    OK, upfront, I admit that I am a dim bulb, because I had a Wrangler for a few days and did not try this. I did try a Single Six magnum cylinder in that Wrangler and it fit into the window, but as noted many times here, it would not actually cock or cycle. I have been searching for a .22LR...
  5. Ruger Single Action
    The great 1967 Single Six I received from a friend last year started calling me from the safe a while back. I had shot it, and then gave it a good field cleaning then tucked it away. Then about six weeks ago I started to feel sick, first felt like a head cold, then a day later it hit the lungs...
  6. Pistols & Revolvers
    My husband and I were given a Ruger single-six. I believe it is an old model. We are trying to confirm this. It is missing the cylinder and we are trying to get the correct one. I cannot find this model number (not sure if it’s the model or serial number or is it both) anywhere. Thanks for...
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