Ruger RST-4

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Bearcat
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Someone has a Ruger RST-4 for sale locally, in 99% condition for 275$

I have never heard of an RST-4, but with some research I was able to determine that it is similiar to a Mark I?

Is this correct information? Is it worth 275$?
 

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Bearcat
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If it's what you want, it is.
Ron Honner has a brand new 22/45 MKIII on this boards classifieds for $285 shipped. That's the way I'd go.
 

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RST4 was Ruger's abbreviation for "Ruger STandard 4-3/4".
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It could be worth that "If" it's boxed and /or maybe an early tapered two piece Korean war vintage bolt, or a "D' gun, ...but if its a "run of the mill...' standard auto, no, thats a bit "high".....but as said above, if its what YOU want, then go for it.........ah, the "pucker factor....." :roll:
 

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Bearcat
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Not knowing much about the "RST" abbreviation, I will most certainly pass on that pistol.

I figured it was a bit steep for a .22 Ruger, but I wasn't sure if it was collectible or not.

Thanks for the information.
 

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It MIGHT be worth it IF it has certain features or is of a vintage that's collectable. A serial number could help determine this for the most part.
 

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