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« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2008, 02:00:53 pm »

For years, I shot CAS using Colt, Ubertis, and USFA single actions, but always respected the ruggedness and reliability of the Rugers. 
However, the Ruger Vaquero was a little on the large size to feel truly comfortable in my hands. I had always said that if Ruger would scale the Vaqueros down to Colt-size, that I'd buy one.
Last winter a couple of my shootin' pards bought new sets of the New Vaqueros and let me try them out. To make a long story short, I bought a brace of consec. serial numbered, short .45s in SS the following week. While it has taken some getting use to not having the 4 clicks, I really like these a lot and are my primary match guns now. So, I joined the ranks of cowboy shooters using Rugers. For a tough reliable sixgun for CAS, they are hard to beat.

I respect the fact that Ruger has about the best customer service I have ever heard of, and listens to the needs of Cowboy Action Shooters. The Ruger Vaquero is evidence of that, and the New Vaquero is even more evidence.

Yeah, I'd say I'm happy being a Ruger shooter. Smiley


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« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2008, 01:18:50 pm »

When I started out with CAS I had a 58 army c&b which I had converted over to cartridge. My first shoot I did not know and did not bring enough ammo. When we got to the last stage I told every one that they would have to count me out because I didn't have enough ammo. One man told "no, I would shoot his guns" So he handed me two Ruger Blackhawks. After I shot that stage I made the decision to get me these to shoot. I found my Blackhawks and have been shooting them ever since ( about a year) Couldn't ask for a better gun to shoot. My thoughts are now to get me a pair of vaqueros asap Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2008, 11:28:51 pm »

          OK, started out with an OM Vaquero, worked fine, but didn't really fit a small hand. Went to a Navy and Army conversion till they started wearing out. Decided I wanted either New Vaqueros or GW lls. Couldn't find New Vaqueros in the area, so I ordered Custom stainless GW ll in .38 with Nate Kiowa Jones actions. Shot them part of the year and at the end of the year drawing at Bristol Wisconsin, I won a pair of blued 4 3/4" .357/.38 New Vaqueros. Starte shooting them the next Spring and really liked them. I'd shoot them a couple matches and then go back to the GWs. I kept thinking I was shooting the stock Vaqueros better. Naw, that doesn't make sense. finally shot the Wisconsin State match with the Vaqueros and shot it clean, cept for the rifle round I ejected!!!! I've been dragged kicking and screaming into the Ruger camp, cause I just keep shooting the Rugers better. My Grandson, Darn Near shot the State Match this year and got second in Buckaroo with the Rugers. I just ordered Eagle Rosewood Gunfighter grips for them and can't wait for Spring.  Just  something about those Ruger that makes them shoot better, cause it can't be me.
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« Reply #4 on: January 06, 2008, 12:15:03 pm »

Back before there was a SASS I bought a Ruger.  It is the Ruger Old Army.  I've shot deer with it, rabbits, heads off partridge and uncountable former receptacles of fermented malt beverages.  I shot round balls and conicals but was never impressed with the accuracy of the second cylinder full without cleaning.  But, that's another story.  I'm getting ahead of myself here.

One sunny summer afternoon I decided that I wanted more power from the ROA.  I'd tried putting all the FFFg under a conical that would still allow the cylinder to turn.  Pretty impressive, but I  wanted more.  I had a can of pan priming powder from a pard that quit shooting his flint lock front stuffer rifle.  The can was worn, but I knew what it held.  So, I charged up the ROA with a good compressed charge of FFFFg under conical bullets.

Then, I put up some of them empty beverage cans and had at it.  First shot had impressive roar and recoil.  The can took a dead center hit.  And, the hammer was OPEN on the ROA.  The blowback had blown the cap off and the hammer open.  I  pulled the trigger again and BOOM.  Same thing.  Second can suffered a fatal wound.  Then, I noticed blood dripping off my glasses.  The caps had hit me in the forehead and blood was running.

I  didn't empty the last four chambers by shooting them.  I pulled the bullets, scooped out the powder and cleaned the gun.

That's one strong gun.  Also, one dumb but learning shooter.  I never repeated that experiment and never will.  Thanks to the glasses I didn't loose my eyes.  Things could have been worse.

So, now you know the story of the semi-auto ROA.  I wonder if I'd held the trigger back if it might not have gone full auto???

That same gun is in the photo below, along with a matching companion.  It now goes to SASS matches with either a Kirst Konverter cylinder or the original C&B cylinder, depending on my mood.  These ROAs have a balance and feel that my big hands love.  The brass backstraps and squareback trigger guards are a joy to the eye.

I have other Ruger guns, but this is my first one.  All are good, but the original ROA has a special place in my heart.

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« Reply #5 on: January 06, 2008, 03:12:30 pm »

Howdy all

          I bought my first Ruger back in 1966, it was a Single Six Convertable, that gun has had thousands of rounds thru it and put lots of meat on the table. I've bought several Rugers since then, I guess, or should I say I know I can depend on them to come thru when needed, I've always had a big love for the Colt 1873 , this gun  just fit my hand right , and felt like it was part of my arm, so to speak, back in the day of quick draw , this is what I used the most. When Ruger came out with there Ruger Vaquero, I thought this was a big Plus for Ruger , but I still found the OMV didn't quit feel as good in the hand as my Colts , and then a few years ago, Ruger came out with the New Model Vaquero, and SHA-ZAM, they got it RIGHT, it FEELS like my Colts and I love the new hammer, my thumb picks it up every time or the hammer picks up my thumb , just know I REALLY LIKE IT , They also did a bang up job on fit and finish , I got the stainless steel Vaquero's, and they shine like the nickel, the lock up and timming is right on ,and they point and shoot like the left and right arms of God, an this is right out of the box. The only thing I've done to them is to add Eagle Gunfighter Grips, in the Ultra Ivory. You just Gotta Love These Guns.


                              I call these Vaquero's my BIONIC  Colts, You just can't beat them, here's a picture of them.

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« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2008, 06:18:44 pm »

I gave my wife a Bearcat on July 16, 1965, the day we got married.  A couple of years later I had it engraved...about 75% coverage not counting the cylinder which wasn't touched...by a Okinawan craftsman who did a very acceptable job.  Over the years it has had some parts plated, the hammer jewelled, and my son had it for several years.  He recently returned it with the frame, trigger gueard, and ejector housing "painted" black with a "touch up pen" he got at a gun store.  The barrel and cylinder have been polished bright.

No pictures because it's being professionally stripped of the black stuff before being sent to Ruger for factory refinishing.  Once I get it back it will get "ivory" grips with gold-colored Ruger medallions.

Over 42 years old and probably  less than two boxes of ammo through it.  Still mechanically tight as a new gun.

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« Reply #7 on: January 06, 2008, 07:54:34 pm »

I was searching on the web to cowboy releated things in 2006 when i came accross SASS and this thing called EOT. So i read it over and over not really believing what i was seeing. As i come from Northern Ireland its not quite the thing you come accross over here. So i made the decision i am going to this. I joined SASS, paid entry fee as a conventioner allowing me to gain access to all nightly venues, booked my flights and accommodation and headed west to EOT 2006 the Silver anniversary. When i got there it blew my mind this was what i had been looking for all my life. I asked many questions from both the vendors and the competitors mostly about the equipment and guns and nearly all said for revolvers choose Rugers. So i went along to thr Ruger stand and made some enquiries. One on the guys on the stand on hearing my accent asked me where i was from and then told me while he had been in the US army had been on an officer exchange to Northern Ireland and been attached to the Royal marine comandoes, small world.
Anyways i came home all ready to go and found a local shooting club 17 miles from me who where just starting CAS so i joined that night and ordered a pair of New Vaqueros in 38/357 blued and case hardened now get this at £500.00 each thats $1000.00 each in US dollars but you only get what you pay for.
I went back to EOT in 2007 with all the gear and competed man it was fun and while i was there i got action jobs done on my Vaqueros by Bob Mundon.  My wife Tart N Terror has now caught the bug and is going with me to EOT 08 so looks like another pair of Vaqueros on the way.

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« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2008, 11:40:09 pm »

Howdy!

My third gun was a Ruger, back in 1976.  It was in a rack with 10 other rifles, all model 10-22s.  However, one drew my eyes right to it.  The walnut was just prettier; the metal seemed a bit shinier and it had "Made In The 200th Year Of American Liberty" written on the side of the barrel.  I had to have it!  A few years later I heard about a new snubbie that Ruger was making, the Speed Six.  They were available with a short barrel (long, too) and available in Stainless Steel.  I paid 50% MORE than suggested retail and got one of the first ones in Indiana or Kentucky.  (I was living in Indiana and stationed at Ft. Knox, KY. at the time.)  During these years, the 80s, I bought another 10-22. 

Well, fast forward to the mid 90s.  I always wanted a single action sixgun and the news was out about the Vaquero.  I also heard about the "new" shooting sport, CAS - including SASS and NCOWS, to name 2 organizations.  Well, 5 Vaqueros in 2 different calibers later, here we are in 2008. 

I still have most of those Rugers.  Wink
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« Reply #9 on: January 08, 2008, 12:08:56 am »

Bring back the Vaquero!  Sad
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« Reply #10 on: January 09, 2008, 01:16:15 pm »

Today is the day !  Cheesy

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**This is so much fun**
And to think I get to give these away for a few weeks..
Yeeesss!
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« Reply #11 on: January 09, 2008, 03:18:01 pm »

Dern!  I was too late. 

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« Reply #12 on: January 09, 2008, 11:19:06 pm »



 Grin

We have this week's winner:


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« Reply #13 on: January 10, 2008, 01:08:02 am »

I got my first Ruger for Christmas when I was 16. It was a used 10/22. I had no idea what a 10/22 was, as I had always used my old Rossi 62 pump. Well, we have had a long history together now, with numerous stocks, different scopes, bipods, and muzzle brakes. Now its back to its original stock, with a nice 3x9 Simmons on it for the occasional prairie dog or rabbit trip.

The next Rugers to bless my hands were my CAS revolvers. I was using a Uberti Millenium and borrowing another one from my dad to shoot CAS with. My wife, Freeda Bee Mee, did a sneaky trick, and got me out to the gun dealer on false pretense. See, she knew I wanted a new set of revolvers, and preferred the bulletproof Rugers over the clones.
Well, as we were sitting in the shop, she just grabbed a pair of gray Ruger boxes, popped them open and started looking. I glanced at her very, VERY, nervously as she RIPPED open the bags inside. I mean, these are somebody else's pistols she is tearing into. She kept shoving them towards me, then finally said Happy Birthday! Boy, was I dumbfounded. Here was a pair of Stainless Steel Birdshead Vaquero's, consecutive numbered, in 45LC. It was a dream come true.
I have since worked on them a little, as far as lighter springs and polishing, and have added Gunfighter grips of rosewood. They are still a ball to shoot, and can be pretty quick shootin 45s. Thanks Freeda!

My next Ruger is hopefully going to be an SP-101 in 357 for concealed carry. That, or a Ruger Old Army. Always did want one of those! Thanks Ruger, and thanks Freeda!
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« Reply #14 on: January 15, 2008, 09:16:43 pm »

Are you telling me that that isn't anyone else out there in this town that has a Ruger and wants to talk about it?
 I can't believe it!  Shocked

Maybe you just don't like the  shirts.. Undecided

I'm picking another number tomorrow.. better get your posts in ... Smiley
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« Reply #15 on: January 15, 2008, 09:56:36 pm »

Marshal'ette, I'd tell you a story, But I already won a shirt on Downrange.tv . Grin Grin But if You want, I'll repeat it here... Wink
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« Reply #16 on: January 15, 2008, 10:19:48 pm »

Ha Ha  Grin  no that's ok Major.
Hey by the way.. have you got your shirt yet? I sent it Friday..
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« Reply #17 on: January 15, 2008, 11:01:15 pm »

Not yet, I'm hoping it comes soon   Grin
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« Reply #18 on: January 15, 2008, 11:11:17 pm »

OK here is one that will knock yer socks off. Well, maybe.

It's about Ruger Old Army pistols. I have 3 pair and one pair happens to be stainless steel 5 1/2" barreled smoke throwing,
flame belching shooting irons that like the Energizer bunny, just keep going.
I take these wascally wascals whenever I travel to larger matches. Not long ago I shot the Gunfight Behind the Jersey Lilly
with this pair of Old Armys. I showed up with clean as a whistle pistols and commenced to start in on main match. Shot six stages and then had a bite to eat. Then I shot the night BP shoot and that was four stages. I was tired, but the Ruger Old Armies never knew the difference. The next morning I gave them a treat and gave them a little oil on the pins and hands. I then shot six more stages. That is eighty shots from each pistol and I am proud to say I had no pistol misses for the match. To me that is what it takes to shoot cap and ball and be in the running. Total reliability. No cap jams, no indexing issues, no fouling out, nothing. The ROAs can be shot right out of the box. Their nipples accept #10 caps and the hammer springs are totally reliable. That is what it takes. By the way, I should mention I was shooting true blackpowder and not a sub. However, I was shooting a big lubed El Paso Pete bullet and that provided the necessary lube to keep accuracy and performance the same the entire match. I gave the Old Armys a good cleaning upon getting home on Monday. They did their thing.
Just in case you think this is a load of road apples, it so happens that our own Marshal Halloway documented my shooting the night shoot and the final twelveth stage with his trusty video camera. That video can be seen here on CAS City. As for no maintence, trust me, it is true.
That is the reason I shoot Ruger Old Army pistols. Not quite in a nutshell, but that is my story.
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« Reply #19 on: January 16, 2008, 10:40:36 pm »

Ok.. It's  Wednesday Night and it's Pick the Shirt Winner" time.

 The names have been put into the virtual rotating drum and they have been swirling around for the past few minutes.

And since I am the female ringmaster of this event, I decided to pick 2 winners tonight.  Grin

 And the winners are.................................




Rawhide Rio

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« Reply #20 on: January 17, 2008, 06:39:45 pm »

Howdy Gents  Cheesy

       I just wanted to thank Marshal'ette Holloway, for this Great SHIRT, I just got it to day , and it's even nicer than I thought it would be. Shocked Cool
       The rest of you Pards that haven't posted your thoughts on your Rugers need to get them in , or you're going to miss out on a Great looking SHIRT. Huh Roll Eyes Shocked

                                            Thanks again Teresa   Kiss Kiss Kiss  Don't tell the big guy

                                               Ten Wolves  Wink Cheesy Grin
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« Reply #21 on: January 17, 2008, 08:29:11 pm »

Howdy Marshal'ette, The shirt arrived today, Thanks again... Grin Grin Grin
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« Reply #22 on: January 21, 2008, 05:35:44 pm »

I'm sure I missed out on the shirts, but here's my story...
I "rented" an OMV at the range.  I held it, loaded it, shot it. and then repeated said process several times.  I still have that first target, best shootin I've ever done with a pistol and I also have that very gun even though it was "not for sale".

Oh, I also used it to shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die...

(hopin the Marshal'ette is a Johnny Cash fan in case there is an extra shirt layin around)


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« Reply #23 on: January 23, 2008, 11:41:48 pm »


It's Wednesday night !
 That means it's "Shirt Pickin' Time".


My 6 yr old Granddaughter, Ashley, is staying all night with me tonight and I told her that we needed to go in and start the program to pick the winners. She got all excited and ask if she could pick.
 So since there wasn't a whole lot of names in the computer.. I took all the names that haven't won yet..
wrote them on piece's  of paper.. we folded them up each one exactly the same.. and then we put them in a bowl and she stirred and she stirred and she stirred.
Finally she was ready ..
so I held the bowl up and she picked 2 names out of the blue popcorn bowl. ( Hey... nothing less then high class in OUR 'pick the winner' booth. LOL)

The 2 names she picked  ::::::::::::


Forty Rod
Howdy Doody


Congratulations 

 and like always... send me your real name and address and the size of shirt you need.


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« Reply #24 on: January 23, 2008, 11:56:35 pm »

tells it's own story. ;DJust got a 9 1/2 inch 22 to partner up with it.
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