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Hey Flatgate! I have one of these, and it will pull a heck of a lot more than a Chinese come-a-long...Mine just says Yankee Mechanics Inc. Newport New Hampshire 03773 FSCM 31412 A Subsidiary of Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. Made in USA. It comes with a nifty spool for the wire rope that has a big C hook ...
- Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:38 pm
- Forum: Single-Shot Rifles
- Topic: I need no.3s for my collection
- Replies: 9
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CL R, A fellow Collector named Chad Hiddelston has a book out with all the Ruger info you are looking for on rifles and pistols...Google RENE and get his book. The #3's are neat little collectibles, the hardest is probably the 44 Mag then the 45-70, the 30-40 Kraig, then 22 Hornet, and last the 223....
- Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:31 am
- Forum: Single Actions, 1953-1973
- Topic: Crome RSS5's
- Replies: 9
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Gentlemen, on page 14 of Vol. 2 Number 2 of the RCA Journal is a picture of early Cromed pistols. Other references to these pistols has been that this was a factory promo back in the early days. Since I am in the process of a complete restoration of a cromed RSSE back to It's factory configuration t...
- Mon May 31, 2010 10:37 am
- Forum: Questions about the RCA or a Ruger you own
- Topic: The WAC
- Replies: 5
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I'm a life member of the RCA, I've displayed under the RCA banner twice in Puyallup and once in Boise. Why no mention of these well attended and membership attracting shows here? Where are the pictures? Where are the credits for the hard work of Rick in Washington and Hank in Idaho? Why do I have to...