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Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum Old Model 3 Screw


Ruger Blackhawk .357 Magnum Old Model 3 Screw  Guns > Pistols > Ruger Single Action Revolvers > Blackhawk Type
Item Details
Condition: Used, Minor Wear
Item #: 947244904
Caliber: .357 Magnum
Location: ID
Seller Stock #: 4276
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Name: Alpha Omega Services
Seller Since: Jun. 2006
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Lightly used condition

Make - Ruger

Model - Old Model Blackhawk (3-Screw)

Operation - Single Action Revolver

Caliber - .357 Magnum

Barrel - 6.5"

Finish - Blue

Grips - Walnut

-Used no box

-Excellent Condition

-Unmodified from original 3 screw trigger design

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Tuesday thru Saturday 10:30am-6:30pm MST.

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From 1962 through 1972, Ruger made the "Three Screw" Blackhawk, so called by the number of screws visible on the side of the revolver. The Three Screw Rugers were modernized compared to the Colt Single Action Army, in that they had adustable sights instead of the Colt's fixed sights, and they used wire coil springs instead of the Colt's flat leaf springs. Bill Ruger chose coil springs due to their greater durability, claiming that it solved one of the primary weaknesses of the Colt design. The early models of the Blackhawk still operated the same way as the Colt, in that the hammer was half-cocked to load and unload. In 1973, Ruger introduced the New Model Blackhawk. The New Model Blackhawk did not require the hammer to be half-cocked for loading and unloading, and employed a transfer bar mechanism. (Wiki)

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Our store hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:30am-6:30pm, Mountain Time.

We are a family-owned, full-service gun store. It is our goal to provide
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business for more than nine years, with more than 60 yrs. combined firearms
experience.

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