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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
RUGER CORP. GEAR DRILL
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flattop44
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25 Feb 2010 04:48 PM
    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.
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    paulmark3010
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    21 May 2011 01:48 PM
    I have one just like that. The pin that you can see on the bottom of yours is visible. Mine is flush with the barrel and looks brazed to the barrel. Any ideas about that?

    Paul
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    flattop44
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    21 May 2011 01:53 PM
    No sure do not, maybe some of the ""Tool"" experts will chime in and enlighten us.
    Thanks for posting!
    Bill
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    Mike-Sid
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    25 May 2011 02:32 AM
    I live in CT, and I'm always looking for a Ruger tool. You might think I'd find one in an antique store, tag sale, or somewhere! I've even found myself working in a church in Southport, a couple blocks from Ruger's house and the red barn. They had a thrift shop, but no Ruger tools :? The search continues.....I'm dertermined to discover one.
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    paulmark3010
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    25 May 2011 02:44 AM
    [quote=""Mike-Sid""]I live in CT, and I'm always looking for a Ruger tool. You might think I'd find one in an antique store, tag sale, or somewhere! I've even found myself working in a church in Southport, a couple blocks from Ruger's house and the red barn. They had a thrift shop, but no Ruger tools :? The search continues.....I'm dertermined to discover one.[/quote] Look on E-Bay. That is where I bought mine. There is a Ruger drill there now. Not very good shape though. I also bought a Ruger brace on E-Bay.
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    hearveShieS
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    11 Jul 2012 08:37 PM
    Hi there everyone1, just joined www.rugercollectorsassociation.com . Ive spent five days researching in the web, right up until i've found this discussion board! I think, I would stay here for a long time. kool forum.
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