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This is a discussion on Blackhawk .357 Mag 6.5" bbl Blue within the Ruger Single Action forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Looks to be in great condition, has had a trigger job. $400.00, Should I buy, good deal? Would be my first single action....


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Old April 4th, 2013, 08:06 AM   #1
 
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Blackhawk .357 Mag 6.5" bbl Blue

Looks to be in great condition, has had a trigger job. $400.00, Should I buy, good deal? Would be my first single action.



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Looks to be in great condition, has had a trigger job. $400.00, Should I buy, good deal? Would be my first single action.
Lots of ways to do a "trigger job" from just pulling one leg of the spring off the post to replacing some springs to a real "trigger job"...that depends on who did it, what they did and how well it was done. In this part of the world (nutville) I see Blackhawks in nice condition sell for anywhere from 350 with some blue wear on up to $500 for like new..a source for info is "Gun Broker" but not the prices asked (that's never a good source) but go to advanced search and find the "completed" items and look there. I'ts amazing how few guns are selling and what they are bringing...

I have one like the one you are talking about..S/N 37-238xx which is a '92 or '93 manufacture..it's a like new revolver with original case, paperwork, etc, and I paid $400 for it about 6 months ago plus our silly "fees" which added $35.00. Shoots great and a nice all around 357.

If you like the gun and it's a good solid one and the "trigger job" seems to be fine...what the heck? $400 is just the start...save up as you're going to want more.

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Seems fair, but I'd investigate the "trigger job" history. Remove the grips and see if a spring has been disengaged. That's the cheap mans trigger job.
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Yeah, I'll leave it contingent on what I find out about the trigger job. Thanks. I'll let you know how it comes out.
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