Limited Edition Blued Blackhawk .357 Mag Gold Scroll Work

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Mr. Popping Bug

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Does anyone have any collector's info on a limited run of Ruger Blackhawk .357 Mag with gold scroll work. The one I saw had "1 of 500" on the bottom of the grip frame. Is it worth the investmtent of $725. Any info would help.
 

flatgate

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Rclark

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Don't know about collector info ... can't help you there....

And I don't know about it being tacky... However, the gold trim would probably rub off after a bit of holster wear and cleaning. I'd stick with the .50th Anniversary version of the .357 as it is the same gun, quite a bit cheaper, and would shoot just as well ;) .
 

ElrodCod

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Dale53":24htyapq said:
GAG!! No offense to the owner, but GAG-G-G!

Tacky, tacky, tacky...:oops: :oops:

Dale53

Gold on guns doesn't work for me either. Even the very small amount on my regular 50th anniversary model is "going away".
 

Jayhawkhuntclub

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If that thing was a car, it'd have spinners, dingo balls on the ceiling and a chrome chain steering wheel. Just saying....
 
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