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(SPF) Ruger Blackhawks .357 colt conversions 3 screw

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Set of well loved, smooth running Ruger Blackhawks, .357, 3 screw, colt fixed sight conversion by Loden B Kwik. $1500/set Shipped FFL included. Checks/money orders to be held for bank clearance. Square payment accepted. 

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Howdy,

Aaaaawwwwsome.

You might want to list the work done to these.

A lot of folks wont appreciate these due to how much they look like vaqueros.

I just wonder why you are selling these?

Feel free to pm me if you don't want your reason on the internet.

I just might sell something to buy these.....

Best

CR

 

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I don’t know exactly what was done internally. They have been my main match guns for 8 years. My first set of pistols were vaqueros and these are lighter weight and better balanced. I’m selling them because I’m looking to buy a set I can use for classic cowgirl and mounted shooting. 

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converting adjustable sight rugers like these to mimick the SAA frame is not inexpensive, plus these are three screw (way old school) blackhawks.

 

i bet they run perfectly

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Howdy,

Interesting. I might have what you need.

Im pretty sure I have one ruger .45 that was tuned very nice.

Then my back hurt more and we lost a handy shooting spot.

Neighbors complained about once a month shooting.....

Pm if you like I am willing to help and try to be fair money wise...

And I can put you in touch with the fella who worked on one.

Maybe I can save you some time and fuss??

If memory serves its a 45 convertible stainless, Im not sure about each item tuned.

Its all written down somewhere...…..

Im pretty sure it would serve you well. I also have a bisley box stock.

Best

CR

 

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CR,

I’m looking for a 4” .45’s with birdshead grips with my small hands. I tried Bisley’s and I wasn’t comfortable with the control. Thank you, Sandy

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2 hours ago, SandyCharm said:

CR,

I’m looking for a 4” .45’s with birdshead grips with my small hands. I tried Bisley’s and I wasn’t comfortable with the control. Thank you, Sandy

I have one new un-fired Ruger New Vaquero stainless steel in 45colt.  4.6" barrel and standard grip frame.  The grip can be converted to a birdshead grip. 

 

If you are interested in working a partial trade of my one + cash for your two feel free to send me a PM. 

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2 hours ago, Mudflat Mike, SASS #20904 said:

Do you care if they're new or original size guns?

Mudflat I don’t mind if they’re new l, just want 4-3/4” length and birdshead. I know 3-1/2 is the standard for mounted but it’s too short for ground. Need to sell these first. 

 

2 hours ago, Mudflat Mike, SASS #20904 said:

Do you care if they're new or original size guns?

 

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1 hour ago, July Smith said:

I have one new un-fired Ruger New Vaquero stainless steel in 45colt.  4.6" barrel and standard grip frame.  The grip can be converted to a birdshead grip. 

 

If you are interested in working a partial trade of my one + cash for your two feel free to send me a PM. 

I’ll keep it in mind if I don’t find a set that works. Thank you 

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Howdy,

Do you have a good local gunsmith?

The reason I ask is that Im fairly sure I have all the hardware you need.

The trick is the grips are not on the guns and I think one would need the

barrel shortened.  

And remember the parts you take off might sell and offset some expense.

It occurs to me to ask just what you are  looking for?

Im guessing more than I like.....

Best

CR

 

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