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Old September 7th, 2013, 12:32 PM   #1
 
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Ruger Red hawk Pictures

I am in serious need of pictures of the Ruger Red Hawk(Little down in the dumps). I purchased a Ruger Red Hawk 44 magnum Hunter, 7.5", back in June and had to pay cash to get on the list when one becomes available (I am still waiting). When one becomes available is any ones guess. I would love to see your Red Hawk and any special grips that you have added to your Red Hawk. Also, I have been looking for a shoulder holster rig as I figure a belt holster would with that large of a hand cannon would do nothing more than pull my pants off. I have kind of got my wish list narrowed down to the Galco Kodiak, Simply Rugged and El Paso Leather. I have purchased leather from Galco and El Paso. They both do a great job. Pictures of your should holster rig would be neat. Your pictures and comments would GREATLY be appreciated. Note: I have already loaded up some 44 magnums and 44 specials.



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Hey, who wouldn't like to see some Redhawk pics? I know I do! I also wouldn't mind owning one...
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One person owning three Red Hawks. That is fabulous. The third picture would appear to be a Red Hawk that has been cerecoated. That is one of the nicest looking Red Hawks I have ever seen. Just curious how the finish will hold up on stainless gun? Talk about feel better. What a great way to start off a Monday. Picture number looks like a trigger job was done. What are the grips on the three Red Hawks? One pair looks like Altamount. Thanks for the posting. I am doing 110% better.
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Two of those appear to have Casull cylinders? And some nice grips too.



I've been pretty satisfied with the stock grips on my little .45 Colt Redhawk shooting loads ranging from 200gr RNFP @ 900fps to 330gr HPGC @ 1,150fps. You might consider getting a belt holster from Simply Rugged and adding the Chesty Puller Straps. I've carried this little fellow under a vest or unbuttoned shirt. Figure I'm ready for anything from gang bangers to grizz (luckily there isn't much chance of either in WV).

Hope you get your revolver soon!
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Just acquired this one this spring and will try my luck with it this deer season...

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Not the nicest looking grips, but they fit my hand good.


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I have a Redhawk or two


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Holy cow, do you have more pics and info on that bottom one? Gorgeous! Any info on that (or purchase leads) would be appreciated.
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Here's my .44 with Hogue grips, I've added a Hi-Viz front sight since the photo was taken.

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Holy cow, do you have more pics and info on that bottom one? Gorgeous! Any info on that (or purchase leads) would be appreciated.
Yah, enquiring minds like to know.
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Holy cow, do you have more pics and info on that bottom one? Gorgeous! Any info on that (or purchase leads) would be appreciated.
Actually, all are the same gun just at different stages of its life. It started out as a 45 Colt Redhawk. I came across a Super Redhawk 454 cylinder that fit so I installed it. Recently I had the frame Cerakoted in Midnight Blue.

The target style grips are from Eagle while the checked panels are from Alatamont.

It's Black Lightning.



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The target style grips are from Eagle while the checked panels are from Alatamont.

It's Black Lightning.


That's one fine looking hand cannon! How well do the Altamont grips handle recoil?

Thanks for sharing.

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My .45 Colt with Hogue rosewood grips. I think the end cap is tulipwood. The grip is very much the same improvement as the rubber, just prettier and slicker against clothing.

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