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I find it interesting that they always auction the commemorative guns for the NRA. I suspect they might raise much more money if they raffled the guns instead. But that would open the market to the hoi polloi, and this seems to be an elite insider's game.
 

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I find it interesting that they always auction the commemorative guns for the NRA. I suspect they might raise much more money if they raffled the guns instead. But that would open the market to the hoi polloi, and this seems to be an elite insider's game.

I'd much rather they auction it thru the NRA than the Brady Bunch...

Looks great. Not my cup of tea, though.
 

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Hats off to Ruger for helping out the National Rifle Association.
It doesn't matter who likes it. It's one of a kind & will go to a Ruger Collector & helps the N.R.A. who helps all of us.
The Firearm arm is not to be shot. It's a symbol of who we are in a free Society.
It's a reminder, MADE IN AMERICA.
 

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I knew the 1,000,000th was produced in August, never knew what it was.
Sweet SR1911.
Thanks for sharing BC.
 

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OK Harryball, you got me, I had to go look up "bat houses". I'll just say I don't want one on my house, (I have enough bird problems) we keep all our bats in the state capitol or the "big house".
 
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