From its home domicile in Bexar County, Texas, comes this early specimen of Ruger’s strongest built .44 Magnum Revolver, the Super Redhawk. Its 0 range serial number indicates a 1994 manufacture date, the eighth year of a production run that began with its debut at the 1987 SHOT Show in New Orleans, and continues to this day. Manufacturer is Sturm Ruger of Southport, CT, and so marked. Letter code model is KSRH9. Type is traditional double and single action revolver, but with a rather massive and distinctive frame. Construction is entirely stainless steel, with the exception of some of its springs, and its black anodized sights. Barrel is 9 1/2 inch tapered heavy barrel, .900 at the frame junction and .825 outside diameter at the muzzle. Sights are dovetailed, spring loaded black anodized front with red insert; and windage and elevation adjustable black anodized rear with white outline insert. Cylinder capacity is six rounds of .44 Smith & Wesson Special and .44 Remington Magnum interchangeably. Frame top strap is .290 thick and .735 wide at the forcing cone. Cylinder locks into place on two positions; note the stabilizing lever on the cylinder yoke. Trigger is .307 stainless smooth face, with matching serrated spur hammer. Grip frame is GP100 stem type; and the grips are Ruger factory pliable black rubber with walnut inserts. Frame is dovetailed on its top strap area for Ruger KD71 scope rings, the same as the M77 and Hawkeye series rifles. Weight empty with rings removed is 58 ounces, with center of gravity at the front of the cylinder yoke. Surface detractions on this specimen are minimal, only faint rotation marking, and two faint scours on the top area of the left grip panel. Scope ring screws show no stress whatsoever, and we do not believe this Super was ever scoped. We rate this Super as Excellent, 90 to 95 percent vicinity by our estimate. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, cylinder chambers, and mechanism are bright and clean. Blast effect to the under side of the frame’s top strap directly above the barrel’s forcing cone is negligible, only a faint shallow streak that traverses about half the width of the top strap. Cylinder face to forcing cone gap is a tight .006. Double action trigger pull is a smooth two position, where the hammer travels an exceptional 20 degrees on all six positions after the cylinder times into place. On single action, the hammer travels fully 35 to 40 degrees after the cylinder times, and single action trigger pull measures its original tight 5 3/4 pounds, with no felt creep and minimal overtravel. From this revolver’s pristine condition, we do not believe it was ever fired over 100 times. It is in its original, never labeled, inner gray box, but the labeled outer cardboard sleeve has not survived. It has its small size padlock and keys in their original plastic bag. Instruction manual has the original owner’s notes written on it from December of 1994. We’re offering this original configuration, excellent specimen of Ruger’s Super Redhawk for only $ 859.00. Transferable to eligible civilians in all jurisdictions of these United States.
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