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Old 12-10-2013, 12:41 PM   #11
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I would if I were still reloading. Reading what was posted above about the cost ($75 for 50-$1.25 per round) I went and looked in a few sites. Natchess lists the following in their December sale catalog: Federal power shock 210Gr. JHP-$31.49(20)
Winchester Super-X 175Gr. Silvertip HP-$30.79(20)$57.95(50) Speer Gold Dot 210Gr. HP-$31.99(20) Barnes Vor-TX 180Gr. XPB-$26.99(20)
Slim selection, but better then none at all. Hornady stopped making the .41 in it's XTP bullet before I could buy some so my only option there is a licensed Reloader. I have about 400 old handloads, another 100 in 41 Spl., and 2-1/2 20 ct boxes of the silvertips...
I know my range/Shop sells 41 Spl. When I need them...
I don't own a .41mag but i didn't own a .44mag when i found dies on cragslist and i bought those a year before i got my 629. Maybe i will just buy them and hang on to them.
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What parts do you need? Ruger is pretty good about fixing up its guns.

"Quick reload" and single action revolver are not exactly terms that go together.
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Sorry to rob your thread but I just found this on armslist, does the price seem right? Or is it way to much.
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The pic is a bit small for my old eyes to see the details. A Model 57 in excellent to pristine condition with 300+ rnds of ammo is probably about right in the current market. ONLY if it is prelock. I would not give $1000 for the same set up post-lock
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The pic is a bit small for my old eyes to see the details. A Model 57 in excellent to pristine condition with 300+ rnds of ammo is probably about right in the current market. ONLY if it is prelock. I would not give $1000 for the same set up post-lock
It says it's been in a safe for 25 plus years, comes with a holster, two sets of grips and a Lee hand loader. I don't know if that helps with knowing if it's a pre lock or not.
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Try this link:
http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&v ed=0CCsQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ruger.com%2Fserv ice%2FpartsOrdering.html&ei=VfqpUtalGNLRkQe8l4C4BA &usg=AFQjCNE2LXvMvQgMgjNKrGyJvdfncrPl0Q&bvm=bv.579 67247,d.eW0


That's kinda hairy - I'll check it again and update this post.
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If it is a 57 no dash it is pinned and recessed. Would also be pre lock. Great guns but needs box and papers to bring $1,250
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Ummm......about extra cylinders for quick reload. There is a slight problem of carrying and handling loaded cylinders for revovlers. Nothing holds the cartridges in the chambers while it is loose from the gun's frame. And pulling out an empty cylinder is not all that easy trying to reload the revovler.

Remember, if a three screw model, the hammer must be drawn to the half cock position. For a New Model Ruger, just open the loading gate. But you must depress the cylinder base pin latch and pull the base pin forward to clear the cylinder then remove the cylinder from the frame. Then manipulate that loaded cylinder without spilling cartridges all over the ground to insert it into the gun, line up the bore of the cylinder and replace the base pin, then close the loading gate. Not as easy as it sounds. Maybe not fast, but punching out your empty hulls and reloading is not as bad as it seems.

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