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This is a discussion on My Ruger Wheelers within the Gun Gallery forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; Some VERY NICE Revolvers posted here folks…. My Wheelgun collection is very easy to catalog: Ruger 3.0” SP101 .327 Fed Mag, S/S (2008) Ruger 4.0” ...


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Old April 11th, 2012, 04:06 PM   #1
 
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My Ruger Wheelers

Some VERY NICE Revolvers posted here folks….
My Wheelgun collection is very easy to catalog:
Ruger 3.0” SP101 .327 Fed Mag, S/S (2008)
Ruger 4.0” SP101 .22 Win Mag, S/S (1995)
Ruger 5.5” Redhawk .357 Mag, S/S (1984)
Ruger 5.5” Redhawk .44 Mag, S/S (1984)
Ruger 5.5” Super Single Six .22 Mag w/ .22lr Cylinder, Blue (1965 “3S”)
Ruger 6.5” Blackhawk Convertible .357 Mag w/ 9mm Cylinder, Blue (1972 “3S”)
Ruger 7.5” Super Blackhawk .44 Mag, Blue (1970 “3S”)
And six of them share one (very heavy) case
The top level of the Ruger Case has the Stainless Double Actions (less the .327 FM)

The bottom level holds the Hoglegs

And here's the SP101 in .327 FM

The first Firearm I ever purchased personally was that Three Screw Ruger .357 Blackhawk Convertible as a Graduation Present to myself, back in 1973
I did own a Ruger Security Six .357 Stubby in the early 80s, but traded it for that first Semi, a 9mm Star (that I also no longer own)
One thing nice about a good Wheeler, they hardly (if ever) FTF
Be safe all, Den S



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nice colletion you got there.
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Thank you
I'll get pics of the MkII Target and the M-77 MkII Standard posted soon
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Old April 11th, 2012, 04:33 PM   #4
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Great collection.
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Very Very nice collection of Ruger's!!!
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Thanks guys
Do wish I still had the Security Six
Great Gun
So well balanced
I almost think I liked it more than I do the .357 Redhawk
But don’t tell my wife I said that, it’s her favorite ! ! !
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That's a real nice little collection you got there! I'm really starting to like these wooden hogue-style grips!
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Ruger sheel guns are like money the more the better. However the more of one the less of the other.
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Gotta love those Ruger wheelies !
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I'm really starting to like these wooden hogue-style grips!
I dress my girls up in wood, but I only shoot in rubber

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Ruger sheel guns are like money the more the better. However the more of one the less of the other.
Guns...The Redneck CD ! ! !
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Fine collection you have there!
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Nice line up
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Thanks guys
They truly are a source of pride
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Very nice collection of Ruger wheel guns.
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Nice collection, like the wood grips on the stainless.
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