We are in a transtion period from the previous technology to a new improved secure website. it is imperative that you reset your password.

For security purposes Please reset your password before using the Forums.

Please use the following steps:

1) Go to login link in the top of the page.

2) Click on reset password.

3) Use the Email used in creating the account.

 

NOTE: If you do not have your account information please contact us with first,  last name, and new email address to update the information in our profile.

NOTE: Please check your email for reset password link, Username is the same as the user name used in the Forums

PrevPrev Go to previous topic
NextNext Go to next topic
Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Ruger Parts Bag
 7 Replies
Sort:
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Author Messages
flatgate
New Member
Posts: New Member

--
11 Jun 2015 04:31 AM
    they retired at the end of last year. I got all my pedal tractor parts from them, were very nice to work with. I have to find a new place to get my parts now too

    [url=http://info.akronjoblink.com]link[/url]
    0
    flatgate
    New Member
    Posts: New Member

    --
    05 Feb 2008 02:51 PM
    This belongs to a friend.

    flatgate
    0
    John C. Dougan
    Basic Member
    Posts:122 Basic Member

    --
    05 Feb 2008 08:46 PM
    These bags were used to ship parts in. The envelope portion was where the copy of the invoice was placed and the entire thing shipped.

    Starting in the early 1950s Ames Bag Co. in Cleveland made these for Ryger by the tens of thousands at a cost of around a nickle each. They are rarely seen, because, I presume they got thrown away. Some old photos of the interior of the Station St. factory show these lying around, the envelope was torn off and the bag used to store parts in.

    Curiously they have the following printed on them. The Sturm, Ruger & Co.

    These are a wonderful display item.
    0
    flatgate
    New Member
    Posts: New Member

    --
    05 Feb 2008 09:15 PM
    John,
    I'd never noticed the ""[u]The[/u] Sturm, Ruger & Co."" label!!!! My friend's Father ordered a new hammer and trigger for his Single-Six after he'd broken the hammer during dry fire practice.

    Interestingly enough, the Single-Six was also fitted with a Premier Weapons Co. loading gate and the original rear sight was removed and stored and a ""filed flat"" replacement sight was installed.

    I hope to some day convince my Friend that his Father's Single-Six belongs in my collection. It's serial number will tickle the interest of most Ruger Single Action Collectors......5106.

    Carl
    0
    flattop44
    New Member
    Posts: New Member

    --
    05 Feb 2008 10:24 PM
    Those parts bags are neat. That is interesting, I did not know that is how they shipped them. I too have an old friend who has one, but only the cloth bag part. I first noticed the stamp on it when we were out shooting our Single-Sixes years ago. He was carring his .22 cartridges in it. He claims it is in his will to me but he will probably out live me! :cry:

    Carl, I see that you are still chasing that old Spanish, it sure needs to be at your house. Persistence usually pays off! Good luck.
    Bill
    0
    John C. Dougan
    Basic Member
    Posts:122 Basic Member

    --
    09 Feb 2008 08:03 PM
    Carl,

    FYI, the engraving on # 5106 cost $25 and was returned to Ruger from the engraver in Sept. 1955.

    John
    0
    flatgate
    New Member
    Posts: New Member

    --
    10 Feb 2008 03:02 PM
    $25? Oh, my goodness.......

    I've offered the owner a wee bit more than that for the gun.
    :shock:

    Carl
    0
    JCCVaquero
    New Member
    Posts: New Member

    --
    31 Aug 2010 12:26 AM
    I'll counter your offer with multipuls of $25.00, but good luck with your quest anyway.. ;)
    0
    You are not authorized to post a reply.