List price about $570, used price depends on condition, 100 pct $460, 98 pct $345, 95 pct $270 etc.
100-400 USD or so
50-300 USD or so
50-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
Depends on what shape its in but $250-$300 is a good price if its decent.
Send it back to Ruger.
these will range in price from 300-475 dollars,depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
No such model exists. The .357 Magnum cartridge was not put into production until 1935, and Ruger was not established until 1949.
100-300 or so
Ruger has extensive sn data on their web site you can access.
Ruger has a sn function on their web site.
Ruger has extensive sn data on their website.
its not a 357 maximum its a 357 magnum i would know i have one ruger .357 magnum speed 6 but yes you can as long as you have a hunting permit
300 or so
50- 400 usd