Stainless Ruger Bisley

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freakindawgen

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I just picked up my latest Ruger (a Montado) and my gun dealer asked me to find out about his latest find.A Bisley model 7 1/5 in bbl 44mag and in stainless.I guess I thought it was pretty common but he and I cannot find another like it.The grips are not laminate,and has no indentions for a scope.Any clues?

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =138593372
 

flatgate

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Hmmm, methinks "homeboy" conversion of a stainless Super Blackhawk.

The Stainless Bisley line uses "rollmarked" cylinders. There are some blued Bisleys with fluted cylinders.

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freakindawgen

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We were thinkin the same thing,but after comparing the frames,looks like the Bisley has a different shape under the hammer.The only stainless Bisleys I found were 5 1/2 " bbls and had the roll mark.Guess a Super Blackhawk cylinder could have been substituted.Ruger has been known for some one-offs and I have no need for this one but do like it none the less.
 

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