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Here's my Ruger Bisley Vaquero ( 2005 Old Model-Blackhawk frame ) chambered in .357 magnum, constructed of a bright finish stainess steel with faux ivory Bisley shooting grips. Even with the magnum full power loads, she is a pleasure to shoot. I sold two other Rugers ( a Security Six and a P89DC...both of which came into my possession for two hundred a piece ) to buy this single action beauty for $450 back in 2005.


 

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Those are some nice pistolas SHOOTER and EASY!!!

O.K. Some Ruger for ya.

A 10/22 with a Butler Creek folder & 4X Simmons. Got 2 setup like this.


An LCR in .357 mag.



An LC9 too.

 

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Nice folder, Pancho. Do you carry either of your Elsie's?
Had as many as 5 10/22s at one time. Use to find them all over the place cheap. Now with all the ban hype and "bulider' craze going on, good used ones are very hard to find cheap. I can usually find blue onees around the shows, but they want 2 bills or more for them. Cut down to just 2 set up like this cause I started getting hooked on them. only the kids use them and rhe relatives when they come over. That way they leave my bigger guns alone. Ammo cost is much less too.:D

Just use the LC9 mostly cause I can stick it in my belt with a thin holster. Sometimes in shorts, just in a pocket. They are light enough and thin enough.

Only use the revos when I have a jacket or vest to stick them in a pocket or inside vest pocket. Don't have to wear any jacket around here most of the time, except for this year. So, I used the revos a bit more ths year.
 

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More Rugaaahs?



Police Service Six, .357 mag. 2 3/4" barrel, Houge grips, fixed sights. Backup to a rifle while hunting. Carry it in a Bianchi Hi Ride hip holster OWB.



A BlackHowk .41 Mag. Carry it while cutting brush. 4 5/8" barrel. Early 70s vintage. New model action, no warning on barrel.



A Super Blackhawk .44 mag. Mostly a safe queen. Too big to carry anyway except maybe a shoulder holster, which I have. But the .41 does the same thing in a smaller, lighter package.

 
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