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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
single six bisley
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awg1977
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30 Apr 2015 02:38 AM
    I have a single six bisley model .22 sn# 261-14xxx. I believe it to be a 1986. from what I've researched, it looks to be the RB22 variation. it has the bisley frame and hammer, but it has a standard fluted cylinder with fixed rear sight (slide adjust)with 6-1/2"" barrel. it does not say ""bisley"" anywhere on it. my ? is, how many of these were made in comparison to other bisley 22 variations ? any idea of approx. value? any info would be much appreciated. thank you
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    RugerHound
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    31 May 2015 08:25 PM
    [quote=""awg1977""]I have a single six bisley model .22 sn# 261-14xxx. I believe it to be a 1986. from what I've researched, it looks to be the RB22 variation. it has the bisley frame and hammer, but it has a standard fluted cylinder with fixed rear sight (slide adjust)with 6-1/2"" barrel. it does not say ""bisley"" anywhere on it. my ? is, how many of these were made in comparison to other bisley 22 variations ? any idea of approx. value? any info would be much appreciated. thank you[/quote] Looks like nobody has responded to your query! The gun you describe certainly fits the RB22 variation which are considered 'Scarce'. I haven't seen any production numbers, but ""Scarce"" is a step up from ""Rare""... The RB-22 I have is a tad earlier than yours, a 1985 production in the 137xx range. I've seen them for sale for $450 to $600 based on condition. ($600 being a LNIB with shipper - e.g. A complete package.
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