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flatgate
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04 Nov 2009 06:06 PM
    As John has mentioned, having some of the pieces and parts can be worthwhile additions
    to one's display...

    [img]http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL437/657373/10211423/323336507.jpg[/img]

    Old Model Single-Six cylinder frame casting. I see NO foundry marks but it does have the
    ""stepped"" breech face.

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    01 Feb 2008 11:23 AM
    [img]http://pic50.picturetrail.com/VOL437/657373/7044645/43814981.jpg[/img]

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    flattop44
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    01 Feb 2008 05:12 PM
    Carl, I am sure glad to see you here on the site. How about educating us a little on these, they are indeed neat shot glasses.
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    01 Feb 2008 06:53 PM
    Carl, I agree with Bill - let all of us know the history behind the shot glass and blue bag! Is the bag similiar to those found with a superior liquid refreshment from Canada? Lee E.
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    flatgate
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    02 Feb 2008 03:26 PM
    Thanks for the welcome, my Friends.

    '67 S.R.& Co. Employee Christmas gift. I've forgotten the production quantities, but,
    obviously not a large number.

    The pewter covered shot glass was rollmarked with the Bearcat grip medallion die.

    These are ""must have"" items for the Bearcat Collectors!

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    tuftrk
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    08 Feb 2008 02:03 AM
    :lol: Carl I also have one of these Shot Glasses but I do not have the neat felt bag for it so if you find an xtra bag.......................... tuftrk
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    jjbabin
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    05 Mar 2008 02:36 AM
    Hey fellas, How in the hell do you all find neat stuff like this??
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    flatgate
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    05 Mar 2008 02:04 PM
    That's a good question. Most of the time the ""good stuff"" comes from fellow Collectors, however, the goodies do
    show up in the oddest places. I've heard where Ruger Tools have shown up in yard sales!
    I'm not much of a Memorabilia collector, but, will try to find ""Display Enhancing"" items....

    Carl
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    06 Mar 2008 12:32 AM
    Thanks Carl. This stuff is new to me and i certainly don't have any really cool guns or memorabilia yet. I only possess 2 revolvers ( 1 speed six GS 33 PS .357 and 1 Police service six .38 spl ) and 1 MarkIII

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    flattop44
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    06 Mar 2008 05:44 PM
    Hey Jerry, Welcome aboard. We all had to start somewhere just like you are. Again, glad to have you!!
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    06 Mar 2008 06:04 PM
    Thanks for the welcome Bill. When I grow up again i want to be like you guys and have lots of really cool firearms. I do have several other guns just not Rugers they are shotguns and rifles. :)

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    flattop44
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    05 Nov 2009 01:56 PM
    Yep, I like those items, part of the history. They really do add to a display!
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    flatgate
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    14 Mar 2010 02:28 PM
    Look at S.L.'s display........

    [img]http://i996.photobucket.com/albums/af82/rugerbreath/BoiseShowJan10/MemoLeftLR.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://i996.photobucket.com/albums/af82/rugerbreath/BoiseShowJan10/MemoRightLR.jpg[/img]

    Now [u]THERE'S[/u] some Memorabilia! The one item I have, the shot glass, is sorta cut off the left edge of
    the upper image.

    Unbelievable!

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