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Old 05-19-2019, 05:23 PM
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only way ill get one is private purchase - not all bad , there were once a ;lot of really cheap bits out there as Saturday night specials that were dangerous to the user , i will not fret over these , i have plenty of others to pass my time , i also cannot but a new heritage arms item that has alloy frame , i suspect the colt frontier scout might fall here but not certain ,

i will forever enjoy the ones you post here

it has crossed my mind that a lot of the new semi-auto in synthetic lowers with steel slides might also fall under this ruling but there are a lot of glocks being sold and carried here by police , would be an interesting conversation if i wished to push legalizing the wrangler ---but would not want a backfire that put law enforcement in question , i am pro blue line ,
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A few states have dumb laws that prohibit the sale of any firearm that has the frame has a low melting point .
I was hesitant to post a reply , because this subject shouldn’t be in this thread .
BTW , the Ruger Wrangler isn’t the only firearm prohibited , there’s a list of them including the Heritage Rough Rider.
I hope the monitors will move or delete these few posts including mine . Kirby
Rough Rider is also banned in Illinois but they are being sold here and many others as well?

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Before and after installing the Altamont made, Ruger sold Rosewood grips:
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Old 06-03-2019, 11:27 AM
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That looks way better than I would have imagined it to look.
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Question is that the silver one?

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Before and after installing the Altamont made, Ruger sold Rosewood grips:
under unusual lighting, or is it the bronze? I am loving those grips.
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Old 06-03-2019, 05:17 PM
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Ruger slim grips on silver wrangler...

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Old 06-03-2019, 05:53 PM
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Someone please post a picture with a black wrangler and wood grips...trying to decide what color to get first.

That bronze looks great! The silver one looks better than stock.
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Once enough of you guys have bought these, tell how well or not well they shoot to point of aim. This is an interesting one, but I'm real finicky about buying something with absolute fixed sights. Kid got a Rough Rider (kid, not me, cheap pistol he could afford), and I had to bang the front sight over to the left and file it down to get it to shoot minute of coke can without holding off hardcore. Wrangler looks like a homerun for Ruger, but if its 3" left at 15yds, then its a no go for me.
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Old 06-03-2019, 11:19 PM
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A few states have dumb laws that prohibit the sale of any firearm that has the frame has a low melting point .
I was hesitant to post a reply , because this subject shouldn’t be in this thread .
BTW , the Ruger Wrangler isn’t the only firearm prohibited , there’s a list of them including the Heritage Rough Rider.
I hope the monitors will move or delete these few posts including mine . Kirby
Man that is a dumb law. When is the last time something melted in Minnesota? I'll be they're for sale all day in Louisiana. Summertime or otherwise!
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Old 06-05-2019, 12:42 AM
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Once enough of you guys have bought these, tell how well or not well they shoot to point of aim. This is an interesting one, but I'm real finicky about buying something with absolute fixed sights. Kid got a Rough Rider (kid, not me, cheap pistol he could afford), and I had to bang the front sight over to the left and file it down to get it to shoot minute of coke can without holding off hardcore. Wrangler looks like a homerun for Ruger, but if its 3" left at 15yds, then its a no go for me.
FWIW, mine is a tack driver at 25 yards in my hands - and I'm not exactly Jerry Miculek.

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under unusual lighting, or is it the bronze? I am loving those grips.
The top was a bit over-lit, the bottom is closer to reality. And yes, its the bronze which some of my shootin' buds compared favorably with FDE - although I personally think its more attractive than that.
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these are beautiful specimens , congrats
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these are beautiful specimens , congrats
I agree...!

Some really nice pics by folks here -- and I'm impressed by how well the various Wranglers photograph.

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Ya know, the silver one is my least favorite - but it looks darn fine in that picture with the silver laptop as a background!
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