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Old December 16th, 2019, 07:04 PM   #16
 
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Here you go. Top to bottom gp100 327 5 half lug. 327 bisley, 327 4 5/8 ss s7, 32 hrm bisley single six
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Old December 16th, 2019, 07:36 PM   #17
 
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What, exactly, does the sight have to do with the bullet strike? Blindfold yourself, pull the trigger, and the bullet will go exactly where the barrel/crown sends it. Wake up........
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What, exactly, does the sight have to do with the bullet strike? Blindfold yourself, pull the trigger, and the bullet will go exactly where the barrel/crown sends it. Wake up........
Really? If the rear sight moves around by itself from shot to shot (it was missing the pin that helps keep it in place, did you read the original post?), and you are clever enough to use the sights for each shot, the POI will shift around because the rear sight has moved around.
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Here you go. Top to bottom gp100 327 5 half lug. 327 bisley, 327 4 5/8 ss s7, 32 hrm bisley single six
A Single Seven birdshead would compliment that nice collection well.
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Old December 17th, 2019, 03:21 PM   #20
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That 1/2 lug is a good looking revolver.
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Old December 17th, 2019, 07:09 PM   #21
 
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A Single Seven birdshead would compliment that nice collection well.
I never warmed up to the birdshead. I have kind of large hands with long skinny fingers, and my hands feel cramped on one.
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That 1/2 lug is a good looking revolver.
Thank you, sir. It is a pleasure to shoot.
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Sorta off subject but not. I and a friend each just ordered in 2 of the Wiley Clapp Blackhawks (Carryhawk). Borh had a "U" notch or square rear sight instead of the advertised "V" notch blade. It's pretty important because the front sight is an XS big dot. The "U" blade actually covers the sides of the front dot. Ruger is sending the proper blades out, right away. Thank you. Both of the guns had the rear blade shifted almost completely to the left side. I haven't shot it yet and hope it's not that far off. I know they test fire before leaving the factory, I doubt they sighted them. I hope not, being that far off. The grips leave a lot to desire as far as fit and finish. Both also needed the grips to be removed and have the roll pin drifted to let the left grip slab actually rest against the frame. Just a guess, but a good 1/64 to 1/32" gap. My point is, although customer service might be great, where the he11 is quality control? Neither of those should have left the factory.
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I agree, T4867B is correct in what he is saying.
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Love mine

I got an early stainless model and it was and is a beautiful gun. Shoots great! Had a problem with it jumping the base pin latch. Sent it to Ruger, they replaced the spring, came back with same problem so I ordered a spring from Wolfe and fixed the problem. Been flawless since
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In 327 I have 2 Blackhawks, 3 Single Sevens, a GP100 and a SP101. Every one of them came here in fine shape. I don’t know if I am lucky or maybe I’m just not as anal about cosmetic issues on a very inexpensive mass produced tuff as boot leather you and your great grand kids will never wear out revolver.

My fear is Ruger will one day tire of fixing all of cosmetic issues through returns and start hand fitting everything like in the days of old and start charging a Freedom Arms price for their revolvers.

I wonder how many would still buy Ruger if the price say tripled or quadrupled but came out looking like a custom. OR how many would be fussing and gripping about the cost and suddenly think another manufacturer that built “flawed” but cheaper guns “that should have never got past QC” was the Best Buy.
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Here's mine with a Bisley hammer/trigger kit and a Vaquero ejector rod. Grashorn grips. [IMG][/IMG]
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Grashorn grips.
Wow. I'm not that big a fan of stag, but those really set that birds head off. They go well with stainless. Very nice.
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Beautiful elk stags!
May I ask what those set you back?
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Beautiful elk stags!
May I ask what those set you back?
200.00 shipped.
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