Yes I tried. It doesn't work with the serial # I inputed.Did you try this one? I recently did to search my Deerstalker but the number didn't come up. I then sent a letter to Ruger with the carbine number and $10 and within a week or so I got the certificate delivered with all the relevant info. I don't know why this link couldn't do the same. Give it a go, maybe you'll have Better luck then me.
If you still have no luck, I would suggest posting at least the first 4 or 5 digits (if you don't want to share the entire number) of the serial number here. I'm certain one of our members could give you an accurate estimate.I'm looking to research serial numbers in the Ruger 44 carbine series. I can't seem to find that info on Ruger.com. Not looking for info. on the Deerfield carbine. Just the older tube feed 44 carbine.
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RENE may be your key to the info you need.
Why should I have to Pay for something that Ruger could easily post in their serial number lookup? From other opinions from Ruger people, the serial # I'm looking up would likely be a 1990's production carbine #102-91×××.