Too vague a question. Ruger makes a range of pistols and rifles in this calibre, and they'll have standard editions, special editions, various finishes, etc. You would need to at least specify a model.
There is no such model number assocaited with the Ruger Bearcat. Do you mean the serial number is 918?
Virtually impossible to tell what model unless you go through all the sn's of all the different types of 22s Ruger has or does still make
That is not a model number, but the serial number. Go to the Ruger website, look under customer service, historical data, Slect rifle, shotgun, pistol or revolver, then find your model. There is a serial number/ year list for all Ruger products.
That is a New Model single Six from 1981. Serial number age for the different Ruger revolvers can be found on Rugers website.
Ruger has never made a model with that number. You might be referring to a RG, which was made in Germany. No sn records.
That's the serial number, not the model number. The year of manufacture appears to be 1984. More details can be had by leaving a message including the model of rifle and serial number with Ruger customer service at 603-865-2442.With the serial number that you have supplied,79-51197 your Ruger model 77 rifle was made in the year 1985.
A call to Ruger will get you the date it was made
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Your Ruger model 77 dates to the year 1983 with the serial number that you have provided.
Go to the Ruger website, click Customer Service, then historical data, handguns, your model- and there is a serial number range list for different years.
None of my references show a Model 999 made by Ruger as a rifle, shotgun, pistol or revolver. Are you sure it is a Ruger, and that 999 is the model number? Please provide some additional info (lie what type of firearm, description) and we will do our best to get you an answer.
Contact Ruger customer service through their website, with details on caliber, model numer, and serial number.
Check Ruger website, under customer service, historical data. They have production dates by model, by serial number.
It would help if you gave the model number.
About 1953. Ruger lists the serial number ranges of different model firearms on their website, under customer service. Link to yours is below:
Go to the Ruger website, customer service, historical data, revolver, find your model, and there is a serial number/ year of production list.With the serial number that you provided,your ruger single six was made by ruger in 1982.
Go to the Ruger website. Customer Service, historical data, pistol, your model, and check serial number range.
It is close. And if you contact customer service at Ruger with make, model, and serial number, they can help. http:/www.ruger-firearms.com
Go to the Ruger website, select customer service, historical data, rifles, and find your model number. The site will list serial number ranges for each year- but requires the model number (which you did not give us),
Yes, Ruger made them
1954. Ruger website, customer service has year of production data.
Your serial number indicates that your Ruger Single Six was made in late 1975.
No such model in the Ruger line.
Please rephrase the question with the appropriate model designation. There is no "Mark You" model made by Ruger. You could be referring to the Mk. I, II, or III pistols, or the Mk. I rifle. <><><> Agree. If you go to the Ruger website, under Customer Service, select historical data, your TYPE of firearm, then the model, there is a list of serial number ranges by year. But no model you.