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0 Replies and 11527 Views Ruger Breast Drill  11527  0 Started by  d findley A box surely rarer than a green wreath Lightweight box.
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07 Oct 2013 10:16 PM
0 Replies and 6805 Views Ruger Yankee Screwdriver  6805  0 Started by  KanMan Hi everyone. I'm new here, not a collector but I wanted to show you guys what my brother and I found this morning. From the little research we have done looks like we might have gotten a hold of something good. I guess there are 2 versions of this Ruger yankee screwdriver. I don't know which one we have, hopefully someone can help us out. The bit is marked ''CHROME VAN''. Also marked ''THE RUGER CORP. SOUTHPORT, CONN. U.S.A. PATENTS PENDING''. Looks to be in very good condition and functions wel...
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18 Feb 2011 01:48 AM
0 Replies and 12206 Views Re: Ruger Winch  12206  0 Started by  flatgate Back in my Ski Area days I used a very similar tool. I believe it was a Tirfor brand. &91url=http://www.unirope.com/hoistspullers/hp_tirfor_hoists_rope.shtml&93&91u&93LINK&91/u&93&91/url&93 :D I've looked and looked for a Ruger brand........ flatgate
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08 May 2010 03:44 PM
0 Replies and 9656 Views RUGER CORP. GEAR DRILL  9656  0 Started by  flattop44 I found this high condition Ruger Corp. Gear Drill in Tulsa a few years back. The blue on it is about as nice as I have ever seen. I believe that it is a Type 1 with 1/4'' chuck and wooden knob painted black. FT44 &91attachment=4&93DSC06074.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=3&93DSC06080.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=2&93DSC06076.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=1&93DSC06079.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93DSC06078.JPG&91/attachment&93
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25 Feb 2010 04:48 PM
0 Replies and 9926 Views RUGER CORP. SPIRAL RATCHET SCREWDRIVER  9926  0 Started by  flattop44 I recently was able to purchase this top condition Ruger Corp. ''Yankee'' screwdriver. From the info gathered out of John's fine book, ''Ruger Pistols & Revolvers, The Vintage Years 1949 - 1973'', it is a Model 301, Automatic Return screwdriver. Came complete with what appears to be an original blade. FT44 &91attachment=3&93DSC06067.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=2&93DSC06070.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=1&93DSC06069.JPG&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93DSC0606...
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24 Feb 2010 07:39 PM
0 Replies and 6994 Views Ruger Corp. Tools  6994  0 Started by  flattop44 Posting a picture of some rare Ruger Corp. Tools for Donnie Findley. He will discuss in a follow-up post. &91attachment=1&93Donnie Findly Tools Post to RCA Website.jpg&91/attachment&93 &91attachment=0&93Don Findley Tool Invoice Pic 3.jpg&91/attachment&93
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03 Feb 2010 06:24 PM
0 Replies and 13148 Views Re: Ruger Corp. & Tools  13148  0 Started by  John C. Dougan Sure John I have a few........ &91img&93http://i27.tinypic.com/j0d112.jpg&91/img&93 The braces look the same but one is the 1010 and the other is the ARTISAN and I think there are a few different chucks also. As far as the straight drills the one on the right is made of nickel I think. There's not a spot of rust or tarnish on it. I've had a few metal guys look at it and they seam to think nickel too. :: But the Yankee was by far the hardest to find.....I sure would like to get a hold of...
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