contender":1aawno55 said:I have to disagree with the idea of selling the cylinder seperate from the gun. To a person who wants a "correct" gun,, once the original cylinder is "gone" it almost never comes back. Keep the items together. Clean the guns,, and realize that OM 45 convertable long barreled guns can bring as much as $850 or so in excellent like NIB condition. One like that could bring as much as $700, or more if it's cleaned up & properly graded.
Silverlugs":3gd5bgw8 said:The second Ruger is a Bearcat bearing alpha prefixed s/n G2XX. This one is quite nice, save for a couple of small nicks, and shows very little bluing wear. Brass trigger guard and a small Ruger 3/8" diameter emblems on the grips.
Appreciate any help
bob308":2yiwmc4q said:first any one that would say to part it is way off base. they don't make them any more. if it belonged to your father keep it and shoot it. if you do sell it keep it altogether.