<<SOLD>> "Liberty" Ruger Standard Auto 22 lr

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  1. Gassyman

    Gassyman
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    Selling a nice little Ruger Standard Auto 22lr. This is a Liberty model made in 1976 and is in really nice shape.
    It has a 4" barrel and includes 1 factory magazine. $300 firm to Washington residents over 21 with proof of ID. May consider trade for Ruger LCP.
     
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    Dumb question here. I have one just like that but made in 1974. Was the liberty just a 1976 thing? Curious.

    I'm not selling mine! Decided I can't part with it!
     
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    Yes, all Ruger firearms made in 1976 are called Liberty guns and are roll marked on the barrel or elsewhere "Made in the 200th year of American Liberty". Some folks collect "Liberty" guns. May add a premium to the value. In some cases quite substantial. Thanks for looking!
     
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