Ruger Blackhawk Convertible 357/9mm
Have 2 9mm glocks and plenty of 9mm ammo, also have a Taurus model 66 .357 with a 6" barrell. Love the 9mm cheap to shoot, the Taurus is subpar for accuracy.
Does anyone have the Blackhawk convertible in .357/9mm??
If so how is the accuracy??
Just looking for advice on this gun, seems like a fine target gun?
I have heard the ruger single action revolvers are very accurate, can anyone verify this?
Thanks in advance for any advice on this gun.
Same as my post in the General Revolver area in case someone missed it:
My Blackhawk is a .357 only, but here is a link that to another forum that has some good info:
There is also a lot of great info at
I also have a Ruger Single Six SA revolver. It comes with a cylinder for .22LR and one for .22WMR. The same question has been asked about this gun since the WMR bullet is .002" larger than a LR. I am sure that some people will tell you the LR's are not as accurate as a WMR round because the barrel has to accommodate the larger of the two rounds. I am not a competitive shooter and do not require something hyper-accurate so I personally can't tell any difference. I generally use good ol' Federals from Wal-Mart, so this is probably going to have a greater effect on accuracy than shooting them through a larger barrel.
Bottom line, both guns are great fun to shoot. I only wish I could find more .357 magnums rounds and not have to mortgage the house!
Last edited by bruce333; 05-03-2009 at 09:32 AM.
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