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      redriverhunter
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      I have been looking for some stainless screws for the scope rings (Ruger factory) anyone know what the thread count is and seems to be hard to find stainless thanks
      rrh

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      Goodsteel
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      It’s RUGER. It’s got the Phoenix which means you cry only once.
      Call this number and explain your situation: <a href="http://javascript:void(0)”>1 (603) 865-2442
      Let me know what happens.

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      uber7mm
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      A phoenix rises from its own ashes…. I must be missing something in the metaphor. Please advise.

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      Ruger has a good customer service reputation for making things right even when the customer is picky.

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      Goodsteel
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      The Ruger emblem is a rising phoenix with an R emblazoned on its breast.

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      uber7mm
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      Thanks Tim, I should have know that, being that Ruger is big in these here parts.

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      Goodsteel
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      Last I spoke to Ruger, I asked why they do not advertise their superb customer service?
      I was told that by advertising a “limited lifetime warranty” they are privy to certain legal advantages of some kind. i told them I really don’t care what people say anyway, and just to keep doing what they do and they will have my recommendation for life.

      The worst basket case I ever sent them was a Ruger pistol (that’s it. Not a mark I, II, III.) made in 1953. It was a rattle trap. The upper was so loose on the lower you could pull them apart and see light through the gun. I packed it up with a note explaining that the pistol was obviously abused and worn slap out, but my client wanted it repaired for sentamental reasons, and just to please send me a quote.
      6 days from when I mailed the box, it was returned. Cleaned, test fired 50 times, and tight as the day it was made. There was also a note thanking my client for being a loyal Ruger customer.
      Ive kind of been a Ruger fanatic ever since, because if they will provide that level of servuce on a pistol like THAT, they’ll handle anything.

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