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Gift of William B. Ruger, Jr. and Carolyn Ruger Vogel in loving memory of their father, William B. Ruger, and their brother, James Thompson Ruger
Barrel, right side: RUGER SP101/.38 Special cal. [barrel, left:] BEFORE USING GUN-READ WARNINGS IN INSTRUCTION MANUAL AVAILABLE FREE FROM/ STURM RUGER & CO. INC., SOUTHPORT, CONN USA [frame, right side:] 570-25918
No. 9 – Sturm Ruger & Company Model SP101 .38 caliber Revolver, serial number 570-25918.
The barrel, cylinder and lock frame of stainless steel; the composition grips inlaid with brightly striped Goncal Alvez (sic) inserts. The muzzle , lock frame, cylinder and trigger guard engraved by Paul Lantuch with loosely constricted foliate scrollwork.
Condition: Factory New
Notes: This revolver is illustrated and described in Wilson (1996), pp. 198-199.
.38 (.38 Special)
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.