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Ruger No. 1 Rifle download epub

by Joe D Clayton


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Ruger No. 1 Rifle Hardcover – July, 1983. For example, there are 20 color prints in the center of the book which seems to be the highlight of the book.

Ruger No. by. Joe D Clayton (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Not the caliber, nor the model nomenclature, year or decade made, what sights it has. Just pretty pictures to look at. The book is also heavy on custom No. 1s, you'll see photo after photo of engraved N. s without data to accompany them.

This book covers all aspects of the Ruger No. 1. Included are chapters on history, foreign produced rifles, standard models, collecting and more. 192 Pages - Softcover. Technical Information

The Ruger No. 1 is a single-shot rifle, with Farquharson-style internal hammer falling-block action, manufactured by Sturm, Ruger & Co. It was introduced in 1967. An underlever lowers the block allowing loading and cocks the rifle.

The Ruger No. 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. 1 rifle book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

See individual spec sheets for model specific features.

Caliber: 450 Bushmaster. See individual spec sheets for model specific features.

Sturm, Ruger & C. Inc. Retrieved 8 December 2012. Peterson, Philip ^ Clayton, Joe . Ruger No. 1 Rifle (1983), p. 131. ^ "Ruger Single Shot Rifles". Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values: The Shooter's Guide to Guns 1900 to Present (16th e. p. 429. ^ Ruger No. 1 press release at ww. uger. Clayton, Joe . 1 (ruger-firearms.

ISBN 10: 0941540065 ISBN 13: 9780941540063. Publisher: Blacksmith Corp, 1983.

Taking a look at the Ruger No. 1 through the years. The front sight ramp on early rifles was slotted for a hood, but according to Joe Clayton's book Ruger No. 1, only three hoods were made and none was shipped

Taking a look at the Ruger No. 1, only three hoods were made and none was shipped. My rifle has the slot but no hood. The bottom of the breechblock of my rifle has a number matching the serial number on the receiver, indicating it was hand-fitted, as all early rifles were.

The Ruger N. Joe Clayton Classic is finally a reality after a year in the . Joe Clayton Classic is finally a reality after a year in the works.

Hardcover FIRST PRINTING looks unopened pages tight crisp and clean, DJ alot of has shelfwear, ships next business day with conformation..4

Comments: (7)

Shem
I bought this book based on all the 5-star "Superb" reviews already posted. I was disappointed, this is not a 5-star book and has many significant short-comings. I received the February, 2007 "revised" printing, the original First Printing was July 1983.

The 2007 printing is on low-grade trade paper, the type you would find in an old Gun Digest from the 1980s. The cover is a very thin softbond. Overall it is 1-step above a monthly ,magazine in quality.

Although it is a 2007 printing, the data stops at 1996 - that is the last production year addressed. I have no idea why they didn't go up to 2005 or 2006.

Many reprints of advertisements, gun cleaning, parts lists, etc. are included. However, the print is very small and slightly fuzzy. It is possible, but extremely difficult for a senior citizen to read.

As another reviewer mentioned, the info is scattered throughout the book. I have interest in the No.1-RSI and the little info on this model is sprinkled in the different chapters.

The book is heavy on photo's but no commentary on the photo's. For example, there are 20 color prints in the center of the book which seems to be the highlight of the book. But there is NO commentary on any of the rifles. Not the caliber, nor the model nomenclature, year or decade made, what sights it has. Just pretty pictures to look at.

The book is also heavy on custom No. 1s, you'll see photo after photo of engraved No.1s without data to accompany them.

I would have preferred a chapter dedicated to each major model of the No.1, a chapter dedicated to calibers of No.1, a chapter dedicated to limited editions No.1.,a chapter to hunting the No.1, a chapter to bench shooting the No.1, and of course the history of the gun getting started

It is an OK book but this is no masterpiece 5-star book. The USA needs another author to take a shot at capturing the great Ruger No. 1.
Thomeena
Great book. I am starting a no. 1 collection and this book is a good way to get the background on the rifle. I only wished this 2007 revised edition gave info on the rifles up to 2007. It only goes up to 1994. All in all a good source for no. 1's
Gralinda
informative, great history lesson. recommended reading for anyone interested in ruger model 1's. would be better were it updated with current model choices/selections
Andriodtargeted
This book containes quality information about the various models of the Ruger. Great for your reference book collection.
Marige
I have been wanting this book for a long time but it was not in my price range. Then I found it here at Amazon at a Great price. Now I'm a very happy guy!!!
Quynaus
A very good education on the history of the # 1. I would to see it updated with more current production run information.
Ghordana
Great for collectors
Great book
Ruger No. 1 Rifle download epub
Author: Joe D Clayton
ISBN: 0941540065
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Blacksmith Corp; 1st edition (July 1983)
Pages: 192 pages