Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk .44 Mag

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Price
$500
Manufacturer
Ruger
Caliber
44 Magnum
City
Aumsville
State
Oregon
Zip Code
97325
This Super Blackhawk has had less than 30 rounds through it. The guy I got it from bought it back in the 90’s for an Alaskan hunt, fired 20 through it and kept it in the safe until I got it about a year and a half ago. Has a few imperfections in the finish but is still in very good shape. I don’t need to get rid of it but just testing the waters to see what trades might be out there. Cash price is now $500. Interested in a Sig P229R, Ruger Alaskan in .44 or .454, Ruger Mini 30, marlin 45-70, Ruger Old model Vaquero in .45 colt or .44, possibly Remington 700 long range in .300 win mag or Remington 700 sps .308. Possibly others but must be quality.

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Is that a 44 mag new model or maybe 41 mag? The reason I ask is, is that most any super Blackhawk new model I've owned, and I've owned a bunch, have 7.5"inch barrels with steel square back trigger gaurds, the cylinders were all unfluted. I know looking at it that it's not a 7.5" inch barrel, has a fluted cylinder and round trigger gaurd. I'm wondering if a previous owner had some gunsmithing work on it and bobbed the barrel,and moved the front sight back a bit, and put a different cylinder in it with flutes, and added a round trigger gaurd. Maybe you could add a clear, closeup pic of the left side of the frame where it shows the model Please advise me, Thanks
 
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All 5.5" barreled 44 mag super blackhawk's came with a fluted cylinder and a standard "XR3 RED" size grip frame but in steel instead of aluminum. The 4 5/8" barreled ones had the same grip frame, but an un-fluted cylinder. The 10" and 7.5" super blackhawks had the larger grip frame, and square backed trigger guard, and an un-fluted cylinder. 5.5" barreled models were the only super blackhawk's to have a fluted cylinder.
 
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