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WTB OR Ruger Blackhawk 357

Discussion in 'Handguns Wanted' started by wyojeeper, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. wyojeeper

    wyojeeper Lebanon, MO Member

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    Looking for a Ruger Blackhawk in 357 with a 4 5/8" barrel. Stainless or blue, doesnt matter just needs to be a 4 5/8" barrel. I will travel for the right one.
    Thanks
    Rick
     
  2. Miravox

    Miravox Seal Rock, Oregon, United States Member

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    I have one in stainless with an extra cylinder (use one for 357 & the other for 38?) and a Burris 1.5x4 scope. I'll have to look into market value. Make me an offer?
     
  3. wyojeeper

    wyojeeper Lebanon, MO Member

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    Is it a 9mm cylinder? I am interested in it. Any pictures?
     
  4. Miravox

    Miravox Seal Rock, Oregon, United States Member

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    Both cylinders are for .357 Magnum, so you can use 357's or 38's. If you dedicate one cylinder for use with 38's, you can avoid the problem of carbon build-up inside the chamber (which makes it difficult to chamber 357's). Yes, I have pictures. PM your email address to me.
     
  5. wyojeeper

    wyojeeper Lebanon, MO Member

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    Pm sent.
     
  6. Miravox

    Miravox Seal Rock, Oregon, United States Member

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    Pics sent via email. Don't be discouraged by the hard-to-see crosshairs; they're actually much clearer than the pictures show.
     
  7. wyojeeper

    wyojeeper Lebanon, MO Member

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    I thinl it looks good. What were you wanting to get out of it? I don't want to make a offer that is out of line.
     
  8. Miravox

    Miravox Seal Rock, Oregon, United States Member

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    The gun, used, was $500. The scope, new, was $320. It's in pristine condition, having only seen about 30 rounds sent downrange. The Weigand base was $40. The Weigand rings were another $40. The gunsmithing (drill & tap receiver for mount, place & Loctite scope into rings, boresight scope) was $75. I have just under $1,000 into it. I'd consider selling for around $800. I might be able to meet you up north, if you're keen on it.
     
  9. keitha300wsm

    keitha300wsm Lebanon, OR Member

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    If you haven't found one pm me your email and I will send a pic. Older 357 in good condition reasonable price.