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    My .357 Magnum Single Actions............

    Sort of to get things rolling here, here's my battery of Single Action .357 Magnums:



    Left to right: Hy Hunter Western Six Shooter; Ruger Blackhawk Flat Top; Ruger New Model Blackhawk; Colt Single Action Army; and Ruger Three Screw Blackhawk.

    The Hy Hunter has a brass trigger guard from an 1851 Colt Navy and a brass backstrap from a Hawes Western Marshal, and one-piece walnut grips by BobW.

    The Flat Top has been case hardened by Doug Turnbull, and has mesquite grips by Cary Chapman.

    The New Model Blackhawk has a Super Blackhawk grip frame.

    The Colt has a brass backstrap from an 1851 Colt Navy, a Smith & Wesson rear sight, a Ruger Blackhawk front sight, and one piece walnut grips by BobW.

    The Three Screw is plain stock except for a Clements wide trigger and a steel grip frame from a Ruger Old Army, and a steel ejector rod housing.

    The Flat Top is a gun I bought in 1958 while at Ft. Ord, California.

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    Nice collection..... I'm jealous..........

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    My only single action .357 is a Ruger 50th anniversary flat top with factory engraving.

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    I have a single action revolver and I have a .357 revolver but I don't have a single action .357 revolver. Looks like you have "spares". Sharing is caring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philco View Post
    I have a single action revolver and I have a .357 revolver but I don't have a single action .357 revolver. Looks like you have "spares". Sharing is caring.
    When you care enought to send the very best, its Hallmark. I'll find you a card.

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    Loving it! I don't care what people say about capacity and time between shots. Sometimes I carry my single action Ruger. It's not .357mag however, but the love is there!



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    Those are some nice looking revolvers.

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    Well now, for everyday carry, its my .44 Special Blackhawk. This an old Three Screw Blackhawk, an ex-.357 Magnum:




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