New Model Single

(Adjustable Sight Model Shown)

MMER PIVOT

BASE PIN LATCH N^ TRIGGER PIVOT

—GATE (Loading Gale) CYLINDER FRAME

GRIP FRAME

Parts referred to frequently are indicated by arrows.

NOMENCLATURE

Ruger Single Action Base Pins

Bisley

(Fixed Sight Model Shown)

HAMMER PIVOT

BASE PIN

PIVOT

CHAMBER TRIGGER

GATE (LOADING GATE) CYLINDER FRAME (6)

GRIP FRAME

A CAUTION-NUMBERED CYLINDERS

IK» not accept delivery of a New Model Single Six or Ki>lry CtHH'trtihle ia model with two cylinders) unlcs* Ibc numbers on the front face of both cylinders match the last Ihre* digits of the serial number on the frame, list of th* wrong cylinder can causc improper alignment or timing and may ! result in personal injury. A New Model Single Six revxdvrr (including iW Bisleyi manufactured with a single cylinder doe* iu>t the last three digits of the serial number marked on the cylinder.

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CYLINDERS MUST MATCH GUN

The mechanism of the ULCER* NEW MODEL SIWLE SIX* &

BiSLEV provides maximum security against accidental discharge. As with any other firearm, however, the New Model must be used with strict attention to correct safety practices. In addition, the revolver should be inspected frequently to assure that it is working properly.

The Ruger New Model revolver mechanism is illustrated below. The same basic-mechanism is found in the entire line of Ruger New Model single action revolvers - Single-Six, Blackhawk. Super Blackhawk. Bislev, Vaquero and Hunter Models.

Mechanism shown at rest. Transfer bar i.s not in line between hammer and firing pin. This i.s (he carrying position.
Aufbau Revolver
Mechanism shown with trigger pulled and hammer beginning to tall. Transfer bar is in firing position, between hammer and firing pin.

A WARNING - LOCKABLE STORAGE BOXES

DON'T LEAVE KEYS IN THE LOCK

All Ruger pistols and revolvers arc originally sold in a lockable box, with a key-operated padlock. While it can help provide secure storage for your unloaded firearm, any locking device can fail. The ultimate responsibility for secure storage must depend upon its owner and his or her individual circumstances. Always store firearms securely, unloaded, in a secure location, separate from their ammunition.

Never leave the keys in the lock. Sec "Storage Warning", p. 9.

ALWAYS STORE FIREARMS SECURELY

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