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Old 11-29-2010, 12:20 AM   #11
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Certainly a single action semi-automatic pistol, but not a SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Could you see the difference between your pistol and our REVOLVERS?

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Girls, stop the cat fight and enjoy the view.

mikecu I think your SA is beautiful.....but then I'm biased.



But I do have a SA Revolver, My Ruger Blackhawk chambered in 30 Carbine;

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Colt and Ruger.

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I already posted my .44 Mag SB in another thread but here is my .45 Colt Blackhawk.

I also have the Single-Six convertible and for those don't-care-if-it-gets-scratched days, a Heritage convertible. I can post pictures of these but they're in the safe and "she" is x-mas decorating downstairs so I figure it's safer up here!

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Old 11-29-2010, 11:16 PM   #16
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Well AH-1,

Those are some very nice revolvers. I'm a little jealous of your Ruger Bisley. Did you shorten the barrel, or did you have a custom gunsmith do the work for you. That is one sweet looking piece. BTW, I'm a Viet Vet, and greatly admire those AH-1 drivers who saved my ass more than a few times. If you're one of those guys--crew chief included, I salute you...

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accusport had 500 of these built by ruger in SS and with a 5 1/2 barrel.

I was aircraft weapons/crew chief/spark chaser/avoinics then T.I. on the snakes and the apache when I retired.
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wes in MT made me a holster/ammo dump for hog hunting.finding a holster for a 5 1/2 bisley isn't easy

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Here are a couple of mine. 1958 editions
Ruger Flattop Blackhawk .357


Ruger Single Six .22

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All of mine are 22's.

1958 Ruger Old Models. One converted to transfer bar (the rear one), the other unconverted.



2003 Ruger 50th anniversary Single-Six. 2008 Bearcat.



1967 Colt Frontier Scout

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Can't hardly resist posting a few pictures in this category (smile). Next to N-framed S&Ws I love Flat-top, 3-screw Rugers for Single Actions and have been lucky enough to acquire a few. My favorites are the Blackhawk 44s.

This is a fairly rare 7-1/2". If my information is correct there were only 750 made in this barrel length.


Next is my 4 digit 6-1/2". It has the thin, curved trigger and non-collard base pin of the earlier models and the plastic stocks.


The last one is a semi-custom 44 Blackhawk that I (and others) think Ruger should have offered. I bought one that had been mistreated and abused and made it into the gun Ruger should have added to their Flat-tops back in the late '50s and through the 1960s.


I have two Flat-top 357s but the board won't let me post 5 pictures and I couldn't decide which one to leave out (LOL).

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