It is not necessarily the very first serial number shipped, but it can be used to determine the approximate year your Ruger firearm was shipped.Ruger does not necessarily produce firearms in serial number order. The serial number found on your gun has the answer. To find your serial number, you will need to refer to your owner's manual. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided on serial numbers and dates of manufacture are accurate, records on early production models such as the Auto-5 and Superposed shotguns were not included due to the complexity of numbers, models and grades offered.
In reality, the weapons were available in were available. Through out the MCA production run, European market “NO” models with straight handled blued bolts and “GK” style stocks were produced in assorted metric calibers (6.5x55, 6.5x57, 7x64, 8x57, 9.3x62) and some US calibers.
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See if this helps They don't put the specific letters and such on the barrel, so it will either be stamped a 110 (making it a 110GXP package rifle that came with a cheap scope) or 111G (which indicates a standard hardwood maple stock model).
Really doesn't make a difference as they're all the same mechanically. Only two it could be is the 110GX which would have the integral weaver mounts like my 7mm-08 but he has over under scope rings on it so that cancels that out so it's gotta be the 110GV (medium varmint barrel).