Blackhawk 44 Magnum, s/n 7777

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Doc44

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Many of you will recognize this from the auction that featured Rugers from the Bill Lett collection. This 44 is a Type 3, but does not have the sight adjustment mark on the rear sight. The 44 appears unfired and has a great set of figured grips. It is a wonderful addtion to my collection of Blackhawk 44 Magnums :D .

Bill
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americal

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What can I say :?: Great photo :) Great Flattop :shock: Glad you were able to obtain it for your collection :D STUNNING RUGER----- CONGRATS :!: :!: to you :) Thanks for sharing :)
 

JohnW

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Doc, I hope you don't get tired of photographing and posting your Rugers, because I sure don't get tired of looking at them. Thanks for another great additon to my folder of Ruger SA photos!
 

chet15

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Doc, if you get a ship date on that one I'd like to know on that. 7777 is the earliest Type 3 known by about 900 guns. And since it doesn't have the timing mark on the rear sight adjustment screw, I'll bet it was shipped late.
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chet15

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Doc44":3cnx3eb8 said:
Chet15...I will get the shipping date and will let you know what it is.
Bill

Thanks
7777 would also seem to be kind of a milestone number that may have been put back by WBR....maybe the reason it has those late parts
(like #5000 Single-Six which is in the possession of a very happy WMG!).
Chet15
 
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