Unusual Single Six Bisley

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BlueBisley

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Unusual?
If you mean the Stainless GF, these were a limited run, and do see them from time to time. I'm away from my note's so don't have the details, but WMG will be along with a nice box end and gun picture.
The red paint on the front sight, helps the eyes I guess.

I really like the Bisley 6.5" Single Sixes.

Nice gun, Real perty wood, Good picture.

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BlueBisley

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Thanks. I got this from the Sports Authority here in FLA. back in '89 Salesman said it was a special run of 1200 guns from Ruger for their chain of stores??

yes my old eyes need all the help they can get!!

your SS are also very nice!
 

c.r.

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question about the front sights on this model.

first it appears to be a patridge style blade......maybe even under cut?

is the base brazed or screwed to the barrel?

those are just really nice looking guns. all of them!
 

flatgate

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200th Year collector Phil Harden bought quite a few of those "limited" Bisleys and swapped the grip frames over to his stainless Blackhawks and Super Blackhawks..........

So, there ain't quite as many out there as were produced.

Another tid-bit of trivial info brought to you by Ruger Forum.

:)

flatgate
 

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I'll play... one of my favorite Rugers.
Very Nice grips on that one BlueBisley !

Flatgate... would a #100 Bisley wet your desire for that grip frame.. LOL !

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Ohhh that's easy, the fluted .32, as there are no stainless in .32 only .22.

But I would like to hear how many the estimate on fluted .32 are out there.
My guess that the fluted .32 is lower # vs the stainless .22,
I see more stainless than fluted.
 

kentdep

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Oh.... ok, for some reason I was thinking that Ruger made some .32s like the one in my picture but with a stainless grip frame.

I would like to know the numbers of those made like the one above. I like the way this one balances. I may just take it too the range today.

Jay
 
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