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    THE Definitive Ruger Picture Thread

    Post your Ruger pics here to show off

    (By putting them here, it makes it easier for new members to find pics of something if they are interested in a certain model)...

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    O.K. These are "Three-screw" Ruger Blackhawks, made prior to 1973:




    And these are "New Model" Ruger Blackhawks, both have had their frames color case hardened, by Doug Turnbull. The Super Blackhawk is fitted with a standard Blackhawk hammer, which I prefer:



    All grips are after market of various woods. Top to bottom, walnut, mesquite, Bolivian rosewood, ebony.

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    And, still further............

    This is a 1958 vintage Ruger "Flattop" Blackhawk:



    And this is a "Three -Screw" of about 1963 vintage, with the added "ears" on either side of the rear sight:




    A close-up of the "ears".




    The Flattop is one of the most highly desired of Blackhawks, both for collectors and conversions.

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    Conversions?

    This gun started out as a three-screw, blue, .357 Magnum:




    It has been converted to .44 Special, the frame color case hardened, aluminum ejector rod housing and grip frame replaced with steel parts, and walnut grips from CaryC. The right-side grip has a Tee-nut type of threaded insert so does not show on this side.

    Accuracy is superb. The work of reboring was done by Dave Clements, as was the refinishing.

    Now ya'll see why Rugers are so intriguing.

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    Some sweet guns ya got there

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    Here's My Ruger SP101s I also have a MKII Slabside
    SP101 9mm & SPNY 38 Spl

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    Here are some of my Rugers

    1976 Security-Six custom work by D.R.Middlebrooks(beadblasted,action job with sweeeet DA trigger,cylinder beleved 11degrees for faster reloads and trigger smothed for warmer loads! Grips are from GET-A-GRIP which I'm sorry to say are no longer in bussiness

    My "favorite" Vaquero "BIRDDY" .45colt. I love this round!



    get a grip on the BIRDDY also.


    This enough for now! POST SOME MORE LATTER!

    J.R.

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    You guys got some nice Rugers. Here is all I got in Ruger handguns.
    Redhawk & P85 MKII
    GP100 & P90
    Security Six & P345

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    Looks to me like you're pretty much Rugered.
    Nice family!

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    Hello. I have but two Ruger revolvers, an SP-101 and a GP-100.


    Both of these revolvers have proven themselves both reliable and accurate for me. With magnums in the 140 to 158-gr. range, POA pretty much equals POI at 15 yards and the same holds true for the mid-range 125-gr. magnums like Corbon's 125-gr. DPX and Remington's Golden Saber in the same weight. (These last two chew out the lower half of the bullseye while the full-power 140-158 gr pretty much get the center or just a tad above.) I find them very useful and they stay loaded 24/7; I cannot praise a handgun more than that.

    Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen A. Camp
    Hello. I have but two Ruger revolvers, an SP-101 and a GP-100.


    Both of these revolvers have proven themselves both reliable and accurate for me. With magnums in the 140 to 158-gr. range, POA pretty much equals POI at 15 yards and the same holds true for the mid-range 125-gr. magnums like Corbon's 125-gr. DPX and Remington's Golden Saber in the same weight. (These last two chew out the lower half of the bullseye while the full-power 140-158 gr pretty much get the center or just a tad above.) I find them very useful and they stay loaded 24/7; I cannot praise a handgun more than that.

    Best.

    I like those

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    Some more of the family.



    6 1/2" Blackhawk .357amg



    4 5/8" Vaquero casecolored .357mag and rig


    MKII .22lr 6" bull barrel


    10/22 .22lr with folding stock & 3x9x42 scope
    OOOPS! SOMEONE STUCK A RIFLE ON A HANDGUN FORUM???

    J.R.

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    Smile All I Got..

    New Model Single Six/ Target 43/4" barrel/ & My Mark 1 target. 1976 Security-Six .38/.357








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    Nice guns! Purty

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    here are my rugers
    three screw single six 22 mag

    bisley 45 colt

    redhawk 45 colt

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    Here's my family:

    Two .41mag Redhawks and two .357mag SP-101's
    Last edited by tex45acp; 08-14-2006 at 02:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex45acp View Post
    Here's my family:

    Two .41mag Redhawks and two .357mag SP-101's
    Nice!
    "bing bang boom! hair out...hamburger time" - William Murderface

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    Ok, I'll play...








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