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Ruger Blackhawk .44 Mag 50th anniversary

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by heavyshooter, Dec 3, 2010.

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  1. heavyshooter

    heavyshooter Member

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    I came across a Ruger Blackhawk .44 Mag today. It's the 50th anniversary edition and it is LNIB. In fact the previous owner zip tied the hammer so there is no notable turnline. It looks brand new and has never been fired. I have attached a couple photos to give you an idea of what I am referring to (the first photo is a close up of the engraved commemoration on top of the barrel.) They want $450.00 for it. Is that a good price?
     

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    Not 2 shabby of a price. Ruger forum is a better place for this question.
     
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    Very good price. I'd for sure deal on it.
     
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    Check for a price on a brand new revolver at www.cdnnsports.com

    I believe they are in a clearence sale at $300-plus something.
     
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    It would've been a fair price before they went to CDNN for ~$369. ;)
     
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    Make sure he lets you remove the zip tie and check the action before you buy it, if you decide to.......
     
  7. SharpsDressedMan

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    I think they sold off the "remainders" at CDNN (as with many other fine guns sold that way). I have one of the 50th .44 mags, and it is one of the sweetest handling and most practical guns I have. It does rear a bit with full house magnums, but that is half the fun. I put some nice after market figured walnut grips (the gun deserves something other than plastic), and adjusted the trigger a tad. It shoots so well, I expect to shoot the hell out of it and have it a lifetime. Has anyone ever worn out a Ruger? $450 is a great deal on a great gun. [​IMG][/IMG]
     
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