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Ruger Blackhawk 357/9mm convertible

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Probably a long shot, but I'm interested in finding one of these Ruger convertible's. Preferrably a 4 5/8" model, blued or stainless either would work. TIA
Had a friend asking me about this type revolver and I guess the 9mm accuracy fall off is minimal and in some cases nada. So many guns ... so little money!! :cool: Good luck on your hunt!
 

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I've got the 4 5/8" convertible 45. Bought it to shoot 45 Auto but mostly just shoot the 45 Colt cylinder now. Wish I'd have got the longer barrel.
 

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Probably a long shot, but I'm interested in finding one of these Ruger convertible's. Preferrably a 4 5/8" model, blued or stainless either would work. TIA

I have one that I bought back in the 70's, but it has the 6 or 6 1/2 in barrel. I am not planning on getting rid of it either. Sorry about that and good luck at finding one.
 

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I have one that I bought back in the 70's, but it has the 6 or 6 1/2 in barrel. I am not planning on getting rid of it either. Sorry about that and good luck at finding one.
I don't blame you a bit! I found a 1974 model one on another site, I think it even had the barrel length I like, but north of $1k, I don't need one THAT bad LOL
 
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