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Ruger Blackhawk 1972 (price drop)

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by bmw2, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. bmw2

    bmw2 Mount Vernon, Wa Active Member

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    What I have here is a 1972 unconverted, 4 5/8in. barrel, .357 Blackhawk. The bad news is it's a little rough around the edges. There is some bluing wear on the muzzle and ejector rod housing. There is also some pitting on the cylinder. It's really not too bad but I wanted to be up front about it and the pictures show it pretty accurately. Hey it is almost 40 years old. I got it because I keep trying to talk myself into switching to .38's for cowboy shooting but just like my .44's better, even if they're a little slower.

    No longer need a trade so I'm dropping the cash price to $340. Would also take $200 and a 10/22 or Mosin carbine or western style derringer.
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