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nrobe50

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3 digit FT 357 on gunbroker. What do you guys think? Reblued?
163030033 (gunbroker listing)
 

KCUB

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I have one. Love it. It shoots the heaviest .357s that I don't trust a Colt with.

old models are great
 

BlackEagle

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Wyandot Jim":1pmif6bo said:
jfmcco":1pmif6bo said:
...I am bidding on it.

Sooooooooooooooo are you stubby59 :roll: If so ya got a good one.
Jim

Nope. I had way too much going on today, and I wasn't able to figure out how much to bid. I guess I know a ballpark figure of what it was worth now. I have a feeling I should not have passed that one up.
 

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ndcowboy":2w47f5xd said:
but it doesn't look reblued to me with that nice plum color.

357690092.jpg


Reblued at Ruger's Newport facility a few years ago.

:D

flatgate
 

nrobe50

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i sent the seller three e-mails and could never get an answer so i passed on it
 

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Original finish and an honest gun, I observe. The only thing i dislike about the early 357 FT's, in my opinion, is the peening on the lock up side of the cylinder notches. The early cylinders were soft and Ruger had to adjust the steel mix to eliminate those rollovers in the notches....... 8)
 

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