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Ruger No 1 Single Shot Rifle in .22-250 Caliber **Mfg 1997 - Very Good Condition**
For consideration is a very nice Ruger No 1 single shot rifle in .22-250 caliber. The Ruger No. 1 is a single-shot rifle with a Farquharson-style hammerless falling-block action, introduced and manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Co. since 1967. An underlever lowers the breechblock to allow ammunition loading and also cocks the rifle. Lenard Brownell, commenting on his work at Ruger, said of the No. 1: "There was never any question about the strength of the action. I remember, in testing it, how much trouble I had trying to tear it up. In fact, I never did manage to blow one apart." A shotgun-style tang safety works on the hammer and sear. Available with an Alexander Henry, beavertail, or Mannlicher style forearm in a multitude of calibers. This particular example is chambered in .22-250 caliber and has a heavy varmint style barrel. The rifle has a few light handling and use marks but they are very light....nothing serious. The barrel has a good bore with strong rifling. A set of 1" Ruger style rings is included with the rifle. The receiver is starting to take on a bit of a plum tone. The Ruger No 1 is becoming increasingly hard to find especially in this fine condition.
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Rifle Caliber: .22-250 Remington
Model: No 1
Serial Number: 13318662
Barrel Length: 26 inches
Condition: Very Good
Metal Condition: Very Good
Wood Condition: Very Good
Bore Condition: Very Good strong rifling
Action: Falling Block
Butt Pad: Recoil reducing
Manufacture Date: 1997
Extras: Ruger style 1" rings
Item Location: Kentucky