Ruger is excited to offer you an opportunity to bid on and acquire rare, unusual, discontinued, or one-of-a-kind Ruger® firearms and accessories. All items are available to qualified buyers as part of a "no reserve" auction, subject to applicable laws.
We have another Ruger No. 3 Carbine up for auction this week. It is a .223 Remington caliber, single-shot rifle. The serial number, 132-32765, tells us this rifle was roll marked on March 27, 1981. This rifle has never been sold. The .223 Rem. caliber first appeared in the 1978 Ruger Firearms catalog and was described as, "A modern rifle in the classic style... (with) a fast-to-use American style lever. The No. 3 is compact, lightweight and powerful." Features include: a 22 inch barrel; American walnut stock; barrel band forend attachment; curved buttplate; gold bead front sight and folding leaf adjustable rear sight. It has a sliding tang safety and the barrel is drilled and tapped for Ruger bases and rings. Please Note: The stock has some tiny blemishes. The Ruger No. 3 Carbine will be shipped in its original rifle box along with an original instruction manual, original marketing materials and locking device.
This New Model Single-Six® has a serial number of 265-79079, and the rollmark date is April 4, 2014. This revolver is likely a distributor exclusive as it was never listed in the Ruger Firearms catalogs at that time. The revolver features walnut grip panels with the Ruger Eagle "SR" medallions with the red background instead of the black background. The grip panels have a couple of tiny marks. This stainless revolver has a 7-1/2 inch barrel with a fixed bead front sight and a click adjustable rear sight. The barrel features the patented integral scope mounts for mounting the included scope rings. The cylinder is marked "17 HMR CAL," and "Ruger® HUNTER SINGLE-SIX" is stamped into the top strap. It will be shipped in the gray plastic revolver case it had been stored in along with an original instruction manual, marketing materials, and locking device.
The serial number of this P94™ is 308-26714 and the testfire date is August 10, 1995. The pistols with the laser light were only available for sale to Law Enforcement agencies in the mid 1990's. This pistol was shipped to a distributor in August 1995 and subsequently returned to the factory. There are no notes as to why it was returned. The P94™ features a slide made of chrome-molybdenum steel with a custom, compounded polymer frame with molded high impact grip panels. It features a 4.2 inch barrel and high-visibility white-dot inserts on both the front and rear sights. The square notch rear sight is drift-adjustable for windage. Other features include a laser sight. The laser sight does not work. Additional features include an oversized trigger guard, full-time ambidextrous magazine latch, and ambidextrous decocking levers. NOTE: This firearm may not be available in all states and locales due to laws limiting magazine capacity. Please check with your local law enforcement agency prior to purchasing to verify that it may legally be purchased and/or possessed in your particular state and locale.
This week's auction is a high gloss stainless Ruger® GP100® 357 Magnum caliber, double-action revolver. The serial number is 172-95897, and the rollmark date is May 12, 1993. The GP100® was introduced in 1986 and "Designed as the ultimate .357 Magnum for police and personal defense use." The high gloss stainless models were featured in Ruger's Law Enforcement Firearms Catalog for 1995/1996. Some features include: a 3-inch short shroud barrel; fixed sights; a round butt cushioned grip with walnut inserts; high gloss stainless finish; and 6-shot cylinder. The revolver had been stored in a gray plastic box along with some non-original paperwork, and will be shipped in that box along with an appropriate instruction manual and locking device.