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Bought this very nice little used Ruger last night for the old girl.
Now comes the really weird part yaw'l ain't gonna believe. Get the piece home last night, open the box back looking for the receipt, cuz i couldn't remember what i paid for it, and what do i find?
The original receipt from the guy who bought it there a year ago (FF+F in Boardman, Oh.) and here, i worked with this guy for 30 years.....no shit .....couldn't believe my eyes! And he lives on the far N.W. of Warren, Oh. What the hell are the chances of that?:rofl::rofl::):flag::flag:
 

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Beretta started the Cougar line in the mid 90s',a line of pistols that used a rotating barrel lockup system. Beretta bought Stoeger in 2002 and kept the use of the Stoeger name brand. In 2005 Beretta moved all tooling for the Cougar line to Stoeger in Turkey where the Cougar line continued. So the Stoeger Cougar is still a Beretta Cougar. Moving the Cougar to Stoeger allowed Beretta to bring out their 'Storm' pistol line,also a rotating barrel lockup system,and not have competition of similar designs within Beretta. Stoeger Cougars are less expensive than the Beretta Cougars were because of less quality of the external finish but parts are interchangeable. I'm always on the watch for a Beretta Cougar 8357(357Sig with a short production run) and not continued in the Stoeger Cougars.
 
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Actually I prefer Revolvers. 1970s' started revolvers,1990s' started pistols. Always grab the revolvers first for range use. I reload and pistols require a specific range of power to operate,not so with revolvers. They can be loaded from very light up to 'nuclear'.

M36-1 3"HB 38sp,M586 4" Nickel 357M,M69 4" SS 44M,M19-3 6" 357M,M57 6" Nickel 41M,M28-2 6" 357M,M610-2 6.5" SS 10mm.
 

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