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  1. LApm9
    10-05-2011 16:25
    LApm9
    Andy,

    I posted that on the .500 S&W shooting based on a phone call I received from my son. I never bothered to check the papers for confirmation. The details on the cause of the wound were all heresay. I was called because the staff didn't believe there was really a ".50 Caliber pistol" made and my son knows I love guns, so he called me to check. All I can guarantee was that a guy came into the ER with one heck of a leg wound and the ER staff was told, by somebody, what caused it. I gave the city to Mas in case he wants to follow up.
  2. Andy W
    05-13-2010 10:22
    Andy W
    Sorry man. Mine isn't it. It has a serial # in the 400000s.
  3. martyj
    05-12-2010 08:16
    martyj
    Im looking for a mark 1 made in 1966 to pair it up with a duplicate serial number Ruger made. I was wondering if yours was it. The serial number duplicate would be 323841

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