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$1200 Shipped For: Two stainless steel Ruger Blackhawk Bisley flattop revolvers chambered in .44 Special with 5.5 inch barrels Two satin stainless steel Ruger Blackhawk Bisley flattop six shot revolvers chambered in .44 Special with 5.5 inch barrels and wood grips. Model number 5250, Catalog Number KRNVB-445-SPL. The serial Numbers are 521-41176 and 521-41190, not consecutive, but close (Smile). I bought these new in 2017 and they have been fired very little. I am just more partial to other calibers. They are in excellent condition, LNIB, and come with the original boxes, paperwork, lock, etc. Lighter Wolff springs have been installed and the original springs are included with the boxes. Please review the numerous photos to fully evaluate the condition of these revolvers. Terms: No sales to California because I have not found a local dealer who will ship there. Please feel free to ask questions. Payment with USPS money order preferred. Once payment and a copy of FFL are received, I will take these revolvers to my local FFL dealer who will ship them insured to the FFL provided. FFL may be e-mailed or mailed to me with your payment, sorry no faxes. Sales to Alaska and Hawaii are fine and there are no additional shipping charges to these areas. No international sales. Please make sure that the laws in your area allow you to own these items prior buying. Again, the price is for both revolvers shipped to the same address. Thank you for looking. Professor Thoreau SASS Life #2611
I just loaded up a bunch of .44 Special with Badman Bullets 165 RNFP bullets. Manual states 4.9 min to 6.0 Max. I loaded 20 each starting with 5.0 and in .2 grain increments stopping at 5.8 grain with HP-38. Shooting each weight left handed, right handed and gunfighter. I found the best accuracy was a pretty close draw between 5.4 and 5.6 in my Colts. Should I just load up more at 5.5 and call it done? Anyone else using 165 grain bullets in .44 Special using either HP-38 or W231? Pet Load with that powder?