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Hardly new.
Turned 70 last week.
Been shooting a lot of airguns for past few years with the Rugers languishing in the safe. Need to start shooting them again. My daughter-in-law just visited and took my 20 gauge Red Label home with her. I have had just about all of the original handguns designed by Bill Ruger. I had a complete set of single action revolvers in all of the calibers. They are gone now with just the Hunter Blackhawk .44 and Old Army .45 remaining along with my Ruger MKIII Hunter and my flawless P85. Too, I have a SS Mini14, a SS Model 1 and 77V both of which are in .22-250. I used to reload a lot as can be seen in my ammo cabinet. If I can help other members in any way, I will be happy to assist. Stay safe and free.:):)
 

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Welcome from Indiana, Barnydaddy. Glad to have you in the family. Sounds like we could learn a lot from your wealth of Ruger experience.
 

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Welcome from the Texas Panhandle.
 

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Howdy and Welcome from Texas Aggie Country!
 

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Welcome from Australia mate.
Glad to have you on board, nice folk here and lots of good info.
 

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A big welcome to the Forum from Georgia!!
 

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Welcome from NH.
 

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Thanks James

Welcome from Australia mate.
Glad to have you on board, nice folk here and lots of good info.

I spent a week on R&R in Sidney, November 1968.
Very nice people.:)
 
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