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Blackhawk
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Picked one up today ser. # says 1958 at least 90% will have pics later . Any guess as to what the value might be ? Loading gate is starting to turn plum. Like everybody says they're still out there .
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americal

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Nice flattop--looks better than 90% but hard to tell in photos. I am not a centerfire collector :( but I have always thought the flattops were under priced but they have started to get more expensive --the money situation in country has kept some folks from buying but a lot of guys I know have come up with some good deals on Rugers lately--people needing money --lost jobs--etc. so its a unusal situation at SOME gun shows :) from what I have heard--some still on high side then you see a guy buy a 100% o.m. superblackhawk 4 diget -with beautiful grips for 450 dollars 8) GO FIGURE :!: you got A nice flattop :D thats all I really know :oops:
 

Colonel Daddy

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Very, very nice! Are you satisfied with what you paid? That's all that really matters! Congrats on a fine looking Flattop!
 

contender

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Nice 44! Is that barrel a 7-1/2" or the 6-1/2" one? It's a little hard to tell.
 

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Contender , just measured 6 1/2 " . Do you happen to know which barrel length is more common ?
 

flatgate

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6-1/2" is way more common than the 7-1/2" and 10" varieties.....

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Contender, it's easy to spot the barrel length; look at the separation between the end of the ejector housing and the front sight base.

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contender

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I THOUGHT it was a 6-1/2" one,, but wasn't quite sure. It was the angle of the pic that made me question it. I coulda drug out my 2 variations,, but was too lazy,,,! (And I knew it wasn't a 10" one either,,! That pic of the boxed one is great,,!)
 

HAWKEYE#28

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No one has commented on the grip panels.......Look very nice and great figure, with no visible damage. Assumes long term excellent care by prior owner(s). Probably shot very little. 8)
 

Wyandot Jim

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Yep,
Very nice and better than 90% fer sure. Unless it got pulled behind a pickup on the left side :lol:
Jim

The top one is a shooter maybe worth $600+-
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