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....came to us this past weekend, guy took it in trade for his work ( job) and wondered if we would like it...New Model 7 1/2 in. .30 Carbine Blackhawk that was converted to 32-20 , of course the "story" was the factory did it back in 1974,but alas me doubts it, buy the gun , NOT the story...............enjoy

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Robb Barnes

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I think my custom 32-20 is one of THE most fun guns I have to shoot! I bet that would be great with a bisley hammer modified to fit the grip frame and a bunch of 32-20 cases stuffed with H110.
 

Johnnu2

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That's a neat one RG.......

There are at least two or three people (maybe more) who doubt that seller's story... :)))

.32-30 is a favorite of mine as well

J.
 
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...oh yes, as discussing with Chad, and knowing that Ruger actually did their
32-20/32 H&R convertibles through Buckeye, (Johns Sporting goods, Canton, Ohio) in late 1988 for 1989 issue, this gun above was WAY too soon,(1974?)as well as the "custom" feature of the 'non fluted' cylinder, ala Super Blackhawk,and doing on the 30 carbine framed gun, the barrel is longer too ( 7 1/2 in) still interesting and a neat concept.............. 8) :roll: :wink:
 
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