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These guns had a 5-1/2 inch barrel, a steel cylinder frame, three cylinder frame screws, fixed drift adjustable rear sight, fluted .22 caliber cylinder ( long rifle, long, or short ), flat cartridge loading gate, small serrated ejector rod button, alloy Colt-style XR3These early production guns are known today as Flatgates.
Early on in the Single-Six production, stag and ivory grip panels with the Ruger Black Eagle logo could be purchased from the factory for .50 and .50, respectively.
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The standard Single-Six with dual cylinders (without the Magnum marking on the cylinder frame which will be covered in a separate series on the Magnum Only Single-Sixes) began to appear around 1961 in the 4-5/8, 5-1/2, and 9-1/2 inch barrel lengths.
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The ivory grips were dropped from the catalogs about 1958 and the stags were dropped when the grip fame was redesigned in 1962.
The original flat cartridge loading gate was changed to a contour or round Colt-style gate in early 1957.