contender":153yzbza said:Welcome to the Forum!
Yes,, Ruger did make a 9-1/2" barreled stainless convertable Super Single-Six. Model KNR-9. They were made for a number of years. As far back as 1976 or there-a-bouts. To get an accurate date,, a serial number of the gun,, and a quick call to Ruger Records will give you a ship date.
Shipped with one cylinder. "Star" marked in front of the trigger guard. Had it for around 20 years and it's a favorite shooter.
It got to 37 degrees here today. The water was cascading off of the icecicles on the south side of the house. There is a little patch of ground peeking through the lane in front of the house. The Dog and I took a walk around the back 5 acres and the snow is still up to my knees in the woods and the field! After a winter like this one (a lot of stuff broke this winter) we will most likely bank the week at Fairfield and will not be down this year. A year from next week I will turn 62 and Social Security benefits will kick in. $1100 a month more will certainly allow us to vacation in 2011 or 12. I appreciate the invite, and will keep it in mind. Guntalk and Pizza, there is nothing better(well except for maybe shooting and gun handling, and ..Pizza). Anyway, I'll catch you on the flip side.contender":1tjjdklm said:The "LaStrada" restaurant, overlooking the beach. Across the bay from my mom's house. I know it well. And I know what you mean about being able to shoot anytime,, I'm that way. But,, if there is a certain type of Ruger you'd like to try,, I might be able to accomidate. As far as SASS shooting,, I've been so busy in other areas,, I haven't been able to go to too many of the local matches lately either. The local club is the "Walnut Grove Rangers."
So,, if y'all get down this way,, & get ahold of me,, we can talk Rugers etc over a pizza or whatever!