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 to applicable laws.
We have for auction a .22 Long Rifle caliber New Model Single-Six® Bisley™ revolver. Ruger's records reflect this revolver was test fired November 1, 1993. The Ruger Bisley Single-Action revolvers were introduced as "NEW" in the 1986 Ruger Firearms Catalog. This revolver has never been sold or fired beyond normal testing during manufacture. Some features of this revolver include a blued finish; 6-1/2-inch barrel; a low hammer profile smoothly curved with a wide spur and deep checkering; and a longer, full-shape grip frame featuring American walnut grips with silver-colored Ruger "SR" Eagle logo medallions. Other features include a 6-round capacity .22 Long Rifle, non-fluted cylinder with a roll-engraved scene. It has a blade front sight, and dovetail rear sight adjustable for windage only. The revolver has been stored in a black plastic handgun case along with an appropriate instruction manual, marketing materials, and locking device.
Up for auction this week is a stainless Ruger SP101® .38 Special caliber, double-action revolver. Ruger's records reflect this revolver was roll marked October 19, 2000. The .38 Special caliber model was first introduced in the Ruger 1989 Firearms catalog and, "...represented a landmark in firearms development, incorporating the engineering characteristics of the first double-action Ruger revolvers in a new, superior, compact size." This model revolver is no longer in production, was never sold, and has never been fired beyond normal factory test firing. The revolver features a satin-polished stainless finish; 3-1/16-inch heavy barrel with full-length ejector rod shroud; ramp front sight and a fixed rear sight. It also features a black rubber cushioned grip system with black plastic grip panel inserts; and 5-shot cylinder. The revolver has been stored in its original gray plastic handgun case along with an original instruction manual, fired cartridge case, and locking device.