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Old 10-31-2009, 01:15 AM   #1
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Powers custom makes half cock trigger hammer kits.And on of them is a bisly hamer Vaquro trigger for a new mdl black Hawk.

Try an try but I cant find a pic of what this would look like.I am adding some custom touches to one of my blackHawks.I decided to keep the Ruger grip fraim.And I want the half cock kit. Have any of you used this set up?



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Old 10-31-2009, 02:31 AM   #2
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I haven't tried that myself, but a whole bunch of the guys on the SINGLE ACTIONS forum have & could give pointers.



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Thanks.I will look into this.

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Clements Custom Guns
The revolver on the left has the Bisley setup.
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You can also order the Bisley setup from Brownells and do it yourself a lot cheaper.

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Clements Custom Guns
The revolver on the left has the Bisley setup.
Thanks great site.I had a nice talk with his shop. The SA on the left is his Bisly model.............. Thanks again..
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You can also order the Bisley setup from Brownells and do it yourself a lot cheaper.
Yes thats where I found the info.And the reason I am trying to find a original grip fraimed BlackHawk with the Bisly hamer,to see if its the way I want to go.......
Thanks for your input..........
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I concur with Charger Fan. The guys on Lee Martin Custom Sixguns have a lot of knowledge about this. If you talked to Clements, then you probably already know that a Bisley hammer isn't a "drop-in" part on with a standard Ruger grip frame and requires precise metal removal to fit and work properly. The SuperBlackhawk has a hammer spur location between a Blackhawk and Bisley and is a straight swap for the standard hammer.

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I concur with Charger Fan. The guys on Lee Martin Custom Sixguns have a lot of knowledge about this. If you talked to Clements, then you probably already know that a Bisley hammer isn't a "drop-in" part on with a standard Ruger grip frame and requires precise metal removal to fit and work properly. The SuperBlackhawk has a hammer spur location between a Blackhawk and Bisley and is a straight swap for the standard hammer.
Powers Custom makes a drop in kit that fits the blackhawk.It is here
POWER CUSTOM : RUGER BISLEY HAMMER & VAQUERO TRIGGER - World's Largest Supplier of Firearm Accessories, Gun Parts and Gunsmithing Tools
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I was referring to the stock part...
RUGER | BISLEY - BLACKHAWK VERSION | ITEM#251050 | e-GunParts.com
You can unhook one leg of the spring under the grip to lighten the trigger.



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