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Ruger Vaquero Bisley in 45 Colt...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Old Unc', Aug 29, 2013.

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  1. Old Unc'

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    been looking for one, no luck yet. Hopefully soon...

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    Howdy

    I see them at shows all the time. Why not have a dealer call up and order one?

    There is one on Gunbroker right now.

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=361915700

    Unless you are talking about the 'original model' Vaquero with the Bisley grip. That has not been made for a while. But they are still around.
     
  4. HexHead

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    That's a Blackhawk, not a Vaquero.
     
  5. Piraticalbob

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    Guns America has four of them for sale, ranging from $600 to $739 in price.
     
  6. Greg528iT

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    True it's a Black Hawk, BUT, still a great looking gun, the non scalloped 45 colt cylinder AND a 45 acp cylinder.

    But yeah the vaquero is a little cleaner looking..
     
  7. C5rider

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    When I purchased my 357 Vaquero Bisley, there was also an exact 45 Colt for about the same price. At the time, I didn't have anything 45 Colt. Now, I wish I had the $$ for both at the time!

    Yeah, the 45 Colts are a smooth-shootin' firearm. Hold out for what you want. You'll be happy you did!
     

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    I love them, I've got 8, 4 of the older big vaqueros, 2 in .45 LC and 2 in .357. 2 of the new smaller vaqueros in .357, a single six in .22LR, and a ROA with a conversion cylinder.
     
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    ooohhhhhhhhhhh purty! :D
     
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    Do you mean like this one? (sorry, I just had to)

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  11. evildogooder

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    They still make the nmv bisley in .45 if you are looking for an old model and don't mind wood grips send me a pm i know where there is one for sale. I'm new to this forum so I'm not quite sure of the proper etiquette on this.
     
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    First revolver (the Bisley Vaquero on the right) I ever bought. Great fun to shoot and one that I have loved from the first time I saw it.
     
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    I have a 5 1/2 in. bisley vaquero 44 mag, great gun, looking for one in 357
     
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