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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Mastrogiacomo, Nov 14, 2004.

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  1. Mastrogiacomo

    Mastrogiacomo Member

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    Anyone have any pics of their Rugers? :)
     
  2. Black Snowman

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    Got it used for $350 + tax. Best deal I've ever gotten at a gunstore.
     
  3. Hawaiian

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    Matching inserts.
     

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  4. iluvG.R.I.T.S

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    Heres my gp100 [​IMG]
    and an old model single six from 1957 [​IMG]
    cant forget my .32 magnum [​IMG]
     
  5. targetshootr

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    Here's a 44 spl conversion. Got a flat top 44 spl coming this week with a long barrel. Can't wait to see it.

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  6. gggman

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    My daily carry rig. An SP101 .357 in a Fist pancake holster.
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  7. MikeB

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    I really need to work on my Ruger collection I don't have nearly enough compared to others. Anyway here's two of mine. I'm especialy fond of the Mk II. It's the first handgun my father ever purchased himself and the first handgun I ever fired. It will hopefully be the first handgun my future children will fire as well. As far as I know he purchased it in the early to mid sixties. I'll have to ask him about it again, he gave it to me a few years ago. I first fired it at about the age of 6 in the latter seventies.

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  8. targetshootr

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    Is this the best gun Ruger ever made? It's my favorite for sure.

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  9. VonFatman

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    I'll have this in the woods this afternoon....44 Mag Super Blackhawk

    This is my bride's gun...
    Pretty stock. I just added:
    Hogue Gips
    Wolf Spring (w/a little stone work)
    It now has a WONDERFUL trigger.

    It's a sweet shooter. I'm trying to whack
    some doe with this gun. Maybe tonight.

    I've already whacked 3. A buck & doe with
    my Savage 25-06 and another doe with my
    wife's pre-WW2 Model 70 (.270 cal)

    It's time to whack 'em with the Ruger!!

    Bob
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  10. Doug S

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    I only have one Ruger, but I think she's pretty. The picture is from a website as I've not had a chance to take a picture of my own.
     

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  11. JSR

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    Heres a not very good pic of two of them.

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  12. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    Mastro' ... OK, indulgence time!! You asked for it - tho most have seen these pics before......


    My daily carry - SP-101 with CT grips ... usually in either a Jim Burke pancake or more recently in a copy of same made by KDHolsters

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    Trusty Super Blackhawk in .44 mag - just a cheapo red dot on B-Square mount.

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    SRH, the version for .44 mag . with Millet Sp-1 1" red dot, 3MOA dot sight.

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    The .454 Casull SRH version .. same sight as on the .44 mag gun above

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    OK, not revo - but the funnest handgun plinker .... 22/45 with Simmons Red dot on SoLow mounts.

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  13. jdmb03

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    I've got a few others, but these are the few I have pictures of...

    MK II
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    Bisley Vaquero .45 colt
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    Bis-Hawk .45 convertable
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    Joe
     
  15. targetshootr

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    Some of these pics are outstanding. Maybe a 'photography techniques' thread would be a good idea.
     
  16. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    targetshootr ... in case you hadn't taken a peek . I did a mini site some while back on image stuff generally ... within which are some suggestions for approaches to this. It's Image Matters - tho there's a link like this in the THR Library section.

    It might help a bit ... tho since we changed to VBulletin V3 ... I may need to update the methods of posting ... when I have time!
     
  17. 45R

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  18. targetshootr

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    That's an awesome link, p95. I will use it before I take any more pics. Usually I take a bunch and then pick out the best of the lot. Which gives you an idea of how bad the others were. heehe
     
  19. Sisco

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    Here's the Ruger family portrait. The GP is wearing Hogue Coco Bolo grips now.
     

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  20. GUNKWAZY

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    Super RedHawk....

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    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  21. LeadPumper

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    Ruger Time...

    .44 Magnum Super Redhawk with Burris scope

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    and P95DC (old reliable)

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    -LeadPumper
     
  22. Boats

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    The revolver is way better than the photography.

    Ruger KGP-141 with a Pau Ferro monogrip top finger groove only.
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  23. Valkman

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    Here's my .454 Casull SRH. I need to take a new pic since it sports a Burris 1.5x4 Posi-Lock scope now! :)

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  24. Cortland

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    My Blackhawk 45 Convertible:
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    My GP-100. By far my favorite Ruger, this puppy will clear a table of bowling pins in about 4 seconds :D
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    My other Ruger revolvers are a .357 Vaquero, a .32 Mag Single Six, and a spurless SP-101 -- but they're all stock, so I won't bore you with photos.
     

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  25. LAH

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    Bottom sixgun: Liberty Model 45 Colt
     

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