Ruger Old Army .44 Stainless–Made in 1976

A Ruger Old Army .44 percussion revolver, stainless steel.  Excellent condition.  “Pre-warning” production. (It has no “Before Using Gun – Read Warnings in Instruction manual…” rollmark.) No box. Made in 1976, and barrel is rollmarked: “Made in the 200th Year of American Liberty.”  A low four-digit serial number: 755X.  This blackpowder revolver is in excellent shape, with just a few handling marks and just a very faint trace of a cylinder-turn line. Appears unfired. The dark marks seen on the sides of the hammer appear to be just grease. (See photos.) The original grips are in very nice shape. Standard 7.5-inch barrel and target adjustable sights. Federally exempt. No FFL required. I also have a new-in-box .45 Colt conversion cylinder available, if legal in your state.  But it must be ordered separately.  All Ruger Old Army variants were discontinued in 2009, and they are getting scarce and collectible. (KCGE-043)




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