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This is a discussion on Ruger Redhawk 357 within the Ruger Double Action forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; I have used both a Simply Rugged and a Mernickle (model #PS6DA) holster. I personally find the Mernickle to be more comfortable, faster to draw ...


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Old October 28th, 2019, 04:28 PM   #16
 
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I have used both a Simply Rugged and a Mernickle (model #PS6DA) holster.

I personally find the Mernickle to be more comfortable, faster to draw from and easier to re-holster.

Both holsters were ordered with 1.750 inch belt slots.



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Old October 28th, 2019, 06:02 PM   #17
 
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I will be checking those out too.
Thank you,
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Ruger Red Hawk 357 question

I bought a RH 357 5.5" 6 shot in I believe it was 84/85 time frame and is the only 6 shot I have ever seen. I heard they were not made long.

Anybody got an ideas of when the started and ended production on this one?
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I bought a RH 357 5.5" 6 shot in I believe it was 84/85 time frame anxd is the only 6 shot I have ever seen. I heard they were not made long.

Anybody got an ideas of when the started and ended production on this one?

My understanding is that the 6 shot 357 RH was manufactured between 1984-1985. I've also read that production of these revolvers was limited to about 5,000 with a 6 inch barrel and another 5,000 with a 7.5 inch barrel. Perhaps Ruger historians could provide more information...

I've got the 7.5 inch model, and it is one great shooter. Pic:



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My .357 Redhawk is a 1984 and has a 5.5" Barrel (same as my .44)


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I got the Galco DAO... Good trail gun for the eastern mountains.
That's the same holster I have for my Redhawk 5.5 .44 Mag, and it will also fit my GP100 6".
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