Anyone counted up the 32 caliber Rugers?

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mohavesam

Hawkeye
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Just wondering, I have read that the 32 caliber Ruger models are the most-prolific models in any Ruger caliber - not numbers produced but production models offered.

I thumbnailed handguns. Single-Six, Single-Seven, SP101 models, Blackhawks, GP100s, etc. over coffee. There have been lots. adjustable sights, fixed sights, Bisley, plowhandles, snubbies, 8 barrel lengths, convertibles, stainless and blued, on and on. Has any other chambering had more models?

But no carbines and no Hunter models... :shock: yet.
 

Armybrat

Buckeye
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Just ordered a new "reintroduced" 3" SP101 in .327 Federal.

It would be awesome to have a companion 10/.327 carbine with a 20 round rotary magazine.
 
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I get a count of 31 Factory models of Single Action guns including the
RCA Stags, Buckeye, and Stainless 5.5" Blackhawk.
Not including the Talo "Last Cowboy" guns, as they were embellished outside of the factory.
Also not including any of the "special" stuff, such as SSM marked,"U" guns, ect.
This includes the 32 h&r and the 327.
I"ve put together several of the 31 models I know of.
I may start a post on the different models to see if I have them all accounted for,
and what I may have missed, especially any of the new stuff as of lately.
I have no info on the SP101's or the GP100 in 32 H&R and 327.
I'd like to see a list of what was made.
 
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