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Just got a NEW Bisley

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by KINGMAX, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. KINGMAX

    KINGMAX Member

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    Just got me a New Ruger Bisley in .45 Long Colt. :D
     
  2. rgrtxn

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    Which model, and where did you find it?
     
  3. mparks

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    Let us know how it shoots. There is a used one at my local gun shop that I've been eye-balling for quite awhile.
     
  4. KINGMAX

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    I will let you know later on tonight

    One I get home from work i'll give you some more info.
     
  5. Rich K

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    If it shoots like mine, you got yourself a real winner there. Mine shoots like it has eyes, and the recoil is not at all unpleasant. Enjoy!
     
  6. KINGMAX

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    I have not shot it yet

    I haven't gotten a chance to shoot it yet. It's a Stainless New Blackhawk Bisley .45 colt w/ a 5 1/2 in barrel, plain wooden grips. :)

    I stopped in a store off I-40 near Mebane N.C. I think it was the 'Buckhorn' exit. They had alot of nice SA's.
     
  7. Chief 101

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    fine and dandy, but where's the picture. Chief
     
  8. huntershooter

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    I've got two Bisley's in .45 Colt. Favorite hunting handguns. You can get a lot of horsepower out of these revolvers by handloading. Hope you enjoy yours.
     
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