Lake Lehman, PA, Sep 2009 (Sturm-Ruger .357)

Lake Lehman, PA, Sep 2009 (Sturm-Ruger .357)

Me: Guns Lot T-shirt and Sturm Ruger .357

From Ruger:

I am not sure of the model of this gun, as it was given to me, but I do know that .357 is at least from the 1970's and I don't shoot it anymore these days. It is an accurate gun though.

Location: Lake Lehman, Public Range, PA

The .357 was given to me years ago and while pretty accurate, it has developed a problem over the years. It probably needs to go into the shop for repairs...but since I am not currently in the US it will be some time before I get it in for repairs.


Whether you like to shoot birdies or bogeys, Sturm, Ruger & Company can accommodate you. The company, also called Ruger, is the nation's biggest gun maker and the only one that produces all four categories of firearms: pistols, revolvers, rifles, and shotguns. Models include hunting and target rifles, single- and double-action revolvers, muzzleloading guns, and double-barreled shotguns. Ruger also makes metal products (including golf club heads) for the commercial and military markets. The family of late founder William Ruger owns about 20% of the company, which opened for business in 1949.

Key numbers for fiscal year ending December, 2009:
Sales: $271.0M
One year growth: 49.3%
Net income: $27.5M
Income growth: 217.4%

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8 years 16 weeks ago, 2:45 AM


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Pkato nice .357 mag.

love shooting a .357 mag and the .44 mag. Love the firepower these two pistols have.

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8 years 16 weeks ago, 3:01 AM


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Aug 2008
Fort Walton Beach, Florida, United States

and the best thing about this gun, the price: FREE! My Grandmother's old boyfriend was a total idiot/assclown, but he had a bunch of stuff, guns, reloading equipment, the works. The bad thing about father, who cleaned up the house after my grandmother passed away, only took this and an old .22...but oh well, better than nothing. I just wish he would have grabbed more. Also, while I am on the subject of this guy...his folks died when I was about 15 or 16 and I went to an estate auction, but I don't remember much about it, except they must have had two dozen rifles and handguns...what an idiot I am, but then again I didn't have any money back then.

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