We look forward to seeing you at the RCA Booth
on May 4-6, 2018, at the NRA Show in Dallas, TX.
It is always a fun time!
The Ruger Collectors' Association, Inc.
is an NRA affiliated collectors association since 1975.

We would like to introduce a new concept to the RCA website.
We will be changing out the photos on the RCA web page on a monthly schedule.
We would like to use anything "Ruger". If you would like to provide color photos of your
favorite Ruger firearm, historic photos or memorabilia items with captions/descriptions
of them we will start changing them on the website.
If you wish to participate, please e-mail your photos to Dalia daliaelev@aol.com

One of two prototypes made and patent applied for in 1957-58. Referred to as Ruger's Baby Nambu. They are cambered for .22LR. The magazine is a modified Ruger Standard Pistol.

The original prototype auto-loading pistol hand made by Bill Ruger. Made and patented in 1946.

RUGER COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION



Co-founded in 1975 by the late Stephen K. Vogel and John R. Hansen, Jr., the Ruger Collectors' Association is an independent organization of Ruger collectors, not affiliated with or sponsored by Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. The association's members are dedicated to the study and preservation of Ruger firearms and memorabilia while promoting camaraderie and fellowship among those interested in collecting and exchanging information about these firearms.

The RCA publishes a quarterly journal, known as The Ruger Collectors' Journal, and regularly displays at the NRA and other major shows. From time to time special issues of Ruger firearms have been produced for and purchased by the RCA, and offered exclusively to its members. The Ruger Collectors' Association, Inc. headquarters are in Southport, CT.

The RCA was recently featured on Tom Gresham's new Gun Talk TV. Tom and Steve Fjestad, of Blue Book fame, were at the Wanenmacher Tulsa Arms Show in November, 2010 filming for the show and interviewed RCA Display Show Coordinator, Matt Olivier, about the RCA and Ruger collecting. The RCA is featured around 1:30 minutes into the segment below: