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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
To be or not to be, that is the question.
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Facklerrebel
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08 Jan 2016 09:00 PM
    Just acquired a 1961-1962 vintage Old Model Ruger Single Six. Thought I had issues with the firing pin, but a phone call to Ruger Customer Service cleared my confusion and it appears there is no problem at all. Of course the acid test, is a live fire which I have not done to date, but plan to soon. The question is, Ruger urged me to send it in for a free upgrade to a New Model. Will this not devalue the pistol, since a, they don't make it anymore, and b, it will not be original either. Thanks for the help. I think I want to keep it original.
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    Facklerrebel
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    09 Jan 2016 02:06 PM
    Thanks Jack, that is my feeling as well.

    Chuck
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