Ruger Blackhawk Flat Top .44 Magnum

Used Guns
$1,099.99
SKU: 3442473
Item Location
Tulalip - Cabela's
9810 Quil Ceda Boulevard
Tulalip, WA 98271
This pre-owned firearm can be purchased exclusively through Tulalip - Cabela's by calling or emailing the store. We will then ship to the FFL (Federal Firearms License) dealer of your choice, or a Cabela's or Bass Pro Shops retail store for you.
Description
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Ruger began to ship its .44 Magnum Blackhawk in November 1956, about eight months after S&W began shipping its fine double-action .44 Magnum revolver. By early 1957 production was in full swing and the new Blackhawk .44 was being shipped to distributors throughout the country. The new Blackhawk .44 Magnum was very similar in appearance to its .357 Magnum little brother. The gun was just built on a larger scale. The left side of the 3-screw cylinder frame was roll marked "RUGER BLACKHAWK", " .44 MAGNUM CAL.". It also has the Ruger trademark Eagle logo to the right of the cylinder frame rollmark. Not only would the gun handle the .44 Magnum Remington cartridge but the .44 Special or the .44 Russian cartridge could be fired in this revolver. The gun had the same style "flat top" steel cylinder frame as the earlier .357 Blackhawk. This is, of course, is where the term "Flattop" comes from that commonly identifies these guns today among gun folks and collectors. It had an integral adjustable steel "Micro" marked rear sight, six shot fluted cylinder, standard "dull" polish blue finish, and aluminum alloy black anodized Colt style and size grip frame (marked XR3). It also had a no-collar base pin and long throw offset-slot steel ejector rod housing like its .357 brother. The very early .44s also had the rather uncomfortable small square serrated ejector rod button used on the Single-Sixes and .357 Flattop. Some of the early guns also had the checkered black hard rubber grips like on the .357 Blackhawk. This was in contrast to the first advertisements stated "Including walnut grip panels" and "Grips: Genuine walnut, not checkered". However, the early production .44 Blackhawks did have a 6-1/2" barrel as opposed to the 4-5/8" barrel on the first .357s.
Web ID: 101221047

Used Gun Details

Round Capacity
Hand
Gun Weight
Model Number
Cartridge or Gauge
Action
Barrel Length
MetalCondition
SightsScope
WoodCondition
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Barrels
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Triggers
Price
Additional Info
6
Right
2 lbs 14 ozs
RUGER
.44 Magnum
Revolver
6.5"
Excellent with slight bluing wear at the tip of the left hand tip of the barrel
Adjustable Rear Sight
Pachmeyr Grips
6
6 1/2"
Excellent
Factory Trigger
$1,099.99
Tulalip - Cabela's
9810 Quil Ceda Boulevard
Tulalip, WA 98271
Round Capacity
6
Hand
Right
Gun Weight
2 lbs 14 ozs
Model Number
RUGER
Cartridge or Gauge
.44 Magnum
Action
Revolver
Barrel Length
6.5"
MetalCondition
Excellent with slight bluing wear at the tip of the left hand tip of the barrel
SightsScope
Adjustable Rear Sight
WoodCondition
Pachmeyr Grips
Chambers
6
Barrels
6 1/2"
BoreCondition
Excellent
Triggers
Factory Trigger
"++RUGER BLACKHAWK .44 MAGNUM"
SKU:  3442473
Round Capacity
6
Hand
Right
Gun Weight
2 lbs 14 ozs
Model Number
RUGER
Cartridge or Gauge
.44 Magnum
Action
Revolver
Barrel Length
6.5"
MetalCondition
Excellent with slight bluing wear at the tip of the left hand tip of the barrel
SightsScope
Adjustable Rear Sight
WoodCondition
Pachmeyr Grips
Chambers
6
Barrels
6 1/2"
BoreCondition
Excellent
Triggers
Factory Trigger
$1,099.99
Tulalip - Cabela's
9810 Quil Ceda Boulevard
Tulalip, WA 98271
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