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Old 11-16-2012, 02:10 AM   #11
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i've got the box & the original manual from my Ruger Standard, made in 1955. funny thing is all that stuff is in better cosmetic condition than the gun itself

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Anyone else like having the original owner's manuals for their handguns? There are some great sites out there with an extensive archive of manuals, but the one I don't have a manual for seems to be the one none of them have. Ugh! Frustrating. Stupid & awesome at same time Firestar M45!

Anyway, was just curious if anyone else was like me in this regard. I always figured it would be nice, should I get to a point of trying to sell any of my firearms, to be able to say it includes original paperwork or owner's manual. Plus I like having all the specific factory stats of my guns to compare to my caliper measurements.

For reference, in the case anyone is of like mind, here's the website I found.

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/FIREARMS/
I try to keep all of the paperwork for all of my guns. If I buy one that is out of production, I look for the manuals for it. Thanks for the link, I just added a amnual for my Charter Arms AR-7 Explorer. The site is now bookmarked on my desktop.
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