Ruger is excited to offer you an opportunity to bid on and acquire rare, unusual, discontinued, or one-of-a-kind Ruger firearms and accessories. All items are available to qualified buyers as part of a "no reserve" auction subject, of course, to applicable laws.
In 2011, after 32 years of production, Ruger had put the Red Label Over and Under Shotgun on hiatus. In October 2013, the newly redesigned Red Label Shotgun was introduced and was produced only through 2014. Up for auction is one of the redesigned 12 gauge Ruger® Red Label, Over and Under Shotguns. The serial number is 412-02514 and the testfire date is August 7, 2013. The shotgun features a redistributed center of gravity, two-inch extended forcing cones, maximum back-bored barrels and a soft Pachmayr® buttpad that reduces recoil. The Red Label Shotgun has an American Walnut stock, blued 28" barrels, and a stainless steel receiver. Included with this shotgun is a custom molded, semi-soft case, five Briley® chokes (two skeet chokes and one full, one modified and one improved cylinder choke), a Briley® choke tube wrench, safety lock, and original instruction manual and marketing material.
This week’s auction item is the Ruger Precision Rifle™ previously owned by Ruger® CEO, Mike Fifer. It is the rifle Mike used to shoot a steel target at 1600 yards!! Mike states, "Whether shooting tight groups at 100 yards, or reaching out to steel plates at 1,000 yards or beyond, shooting the Ruger Precision Rifle is a highly satisfying experience. The engineering applied to the action of the Ruger American Rifle® brings world-class performance to Ruger long-range marksmanship." Included in this auction is an autographed photo of Mike Fifer with the steel target as seen on the Ruger Precision Rifle™ Challenge website. This is a 6.5 Creedmoor caliber rifle and the serial number is 1800-00562. The rollmark date is April 2, 2015. The Ruger Precision Rifle™ features an MSR stock adjustable for length of pull and comb height. The stock also features multiple QD sling attachment points, a bottom Picatinny rail for monopod attachment, and a soft rubber buttpad. The left-folding stock hinge (which provides access to the bolt) is attached to an AR-style buffer tube and accepts AR-style stocks.