It is not necessarily the very first serial number shipped, but it can be used to determine the approximate year your Ruger firearm was shipped.
Ruger does not necessarily produce firearms in serial number order.
THE SERIAL # HAS A LARGER NO 7 FOLLOWED BY 28230 IS 7 PART OF THE SERIAL# OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE. If you can't find anyone or otherwise want reliable information I suggest looking for books in your local library (?? Serving my second tour with I Field Forces Vietnam, I was issued another M119A-1 .45 cal Colt Pistol.
THA GUN SAYS UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY. The first thing I did, was load a magazine, take the weapon off safty, pull the slide back and fire off seven rounds any weapon I was ever issued I checked, before I took it into battle afterward the weapon was cleaned.
The pistol has been completely restored to its original factory condition, by Turnbull Restoration. Click for more info For best results always call first.
Click for more info Serial #C93262, .45 ACP, 5" barrel with an about good bore that has light-moderate pitting within the grooves. Click for more info Here we have a pre-war .38 Super.
Click for more info WW2 custom colt/Remington competition pistol. Click for more info This Colt 1911A1 was produced in 1943. Click for more info This military Colt was produced in 1943.
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This gun is believed to be in original condition due to deep stampings and visible machine marks. Click for more info This is an original, restored .45 caliber Colt 1911 manufactured in 1914. Click for more info This is a Colt Model of 1911 U. Army pistol in .45 ACP that is marked United States Property and has the JMG inspector mark. The fore sight was of the fixed blade type and the rear sight consisted of a fixed groove. It was considered to be quite heavy and had a significant recoil. HI, UPON CLEANING OUT AN OLD CLOSET TODAY, THATS WHAT I DO FOR A LIVING, CLEANOUT OLD HOUSES, I FOUND A WW2 COLT 45. I KNOW OF COURSE IF IT WAS SOMEBODY VERY FAMOUS IT WOULD BUT HOW ABOUT JUST A UNFAMOUS LT COLONIEL. paraphernalia with it, the value certainly goes up and you're better off offering the gun to a WW2 enthusiast rather than a normal gun collector.THERE IS A # 69 ON THE TRIGGER GUARD DOES THAT MAKE IT RARE. To asses the value you probably need to find a reliable person who knows more, the Internet is bad resource in that sense.The above chart shows the approximate first serial number shipped for the indicated year.This number should be used as a point of reference only.The Shanghai Municipal Police issued the M1908 to its Chinese officers in the 1920s and 1930s and it was a popular model with police in the United States such as the New York City Police Department, Woonsocket RI, Chicopee Mas, Gloversville NY. In addition to lawful owners, many gangsters of the pre-World War II era favored the Model 1903 and Model 1908 because they were relatively small and easily concealed.