My three most used single actions

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btrumanj

Single-Sixer
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I have a few more but these are the ones that go to the range most often. Nothing fancy. The Single Six is easy to carry on hikes and just plain fun to shoot, the .45 Blackhawk is a convertible and also shoots .45 ACP lead RN reloads quite well so it does double duty at times. The .44 mag was bought used, apparently someone's project gun. Bead blasted and the barrel has been chopped off a bit so it's a bit easier to carry. Like the Blackhawk, it is very accurate with either light or heavy loads. :)

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RUFFBIRD

Blackhawk
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Great guns indeed,....my most take to the range guns are also .44, 45 & my single six guns in .32 mag. I have the same BH as you have, only without the ACP cylinder. I do have a convertable with the 5-1/2" barrel that hardly gets out, but since I loaded up some .45 ACP with 200 gr SWC cast bullets for my 1911 pistols, that is going to change.
Thanks Baker for another good idea :idea: & for showing your "fun guns".
 

Yosemite Sam

Hunter
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Nice!

Is the Super stainless, unfinished after the bead blast, or ??? I've never seen a stainless Super with a dragoon trigger guard, but then, I've never looked for one.

-- Sam
 

JWhitmore44

Blackhawk
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Nice 3 gun set !

I can relate as the ones that i sue and carry the most are

The Single Six in 32 mag for a light carry every where gun

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The 45 Vaquero with an ACP cylinder as it can pull double duty for either woods or social encounters :)

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and the Vaquero in 44 mag just because i like 44 mag :)

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dbarale

Single-Sixer
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JWhitmore44":204wb32o said:
The 45 Vaquero with an ACP cylinder as it can pull double duty for either woods or social encounters :)

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This makes me wish I were skilled enough with a SA to be comfortable carrying one. It's just plain sexy.
 

flatgate

Hawkeye
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Yosemite Sam":3awxipfb said:
I've never seen a stainless Super with a dragoon trigger guard.................
-- Sam

You been livin' under a rock? :D

Introduced in the early '80's. Still produced.

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flatgate

Hawkeye
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tek4260":2tq01067 said:
Was that Super originally a 10"? The ERH looks mighty long..

Yes, that apears to be a KS411N, bull barreled silhouette model in stainless steel.

Ruger also made a KS410N, a taper barreled 10-1/2" gun. They are rather scarce whereas the bull barreled guns, with their extended length ejector housings, are quite common.

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