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Old October 31st, 2019, 03:22 PM   #16
 
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Id buy it in a heart beat.



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Old October 31st, 2019, 04:30 PM   #17
 
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I have 2 Ruger Vaquero’s both Stainless & .357 a Bisely & a Sheriff’s Models excellent both with the Ruger boxes & both the original large Vaquero frames very very nice Revolvers. I wouldn’t sell either unless I could get $550-$600.00. My Sheriffs Model with 3-3/4 inch barrel in .357 you don’t see these very often.
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Recently I purchased several Ruger plastic boxes for convenient storage. None of the weapons stored in these boxes subsequently shot more accurately. I have no comparable data on cardboard boxes, but I am speculating results would be similar.

As for the original question, I am hopelessly behind on prices and think _everything_is too high...but I thought that revolver was a good deal.
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I concur with everyone else, good buy, now enjoy the heck out of it!!

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Recently I purchased several Ruger plastic boxes for convenient storage. None of the weapons stored in these boxes subsequently shot more accurately. I have no comparable data on cardboard boxes, but I am speculating results would be similar.

As for the original question, I am hopelessly behind on prices and think _everything_is too high...but I thought that revolver was a good deal.
Spoken like a true member of the Ol' Farts Club. Of the which, I am a card carrying member myself.
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