Gun Guides Takedown Guide "Complete Guide: Ruger .22 Automatic Pistols" Book
Excerpt from the Book:
Since its introduction in 1949, the Ruger .22 Standard Model pistol quietly took over the .22 pistol market. Its good looks, superior performance and very reasonable price tag gave it an instant advantage over long established brands on the market such as the High Standard or Colt Woodsman. America's shooters found a .22 pistol that delivered solid value and outstanding performance for the money. Ruger Mark I Standard Pistol circa 1949, with its "salt cod" box and Ruger cardboard carton, circa 1954-1960. Since 1950, the demand for these Ruger pistols exceeded supply. Ruger enjoyed a back-order condition into the mid 1970's.
More of What's Inside:
- Safety Tips
- Operational Background
Publisher: Not listed
Date of Publication: Not listed
Number of Pages: 56
From the publisher:
The only CURRENT printed manual that includes information on ALL models from 1947 ~ 2003 (Mark I, Mark II, 22/45, etc.)
Easy to use -- lies open and flat on your work surface
56 pages - 55 high-resolution grayscale images
Includes "rare" complete serial numbers and manufacturing dates from 1949 ~ 2004
Printed in the USA with card stock cover and bright white paper.
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