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F/S RUGER Blued OLD ARMY B/P REVOLVER

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by senorric, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. senorric

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    Looks like it's a shorter barrel. Mine's been fired many times and after a good cleaning, still appears "unfired" and like new. Ah, the beauty of stainless steel for B/P!
     
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    Consider it SOLD, I'll buy it. Please send me your address, and I'll get a Cashier's Check out to you Monday. I don't think we need an FFL for this transation. Also, do you have a holster that will fit this gun? Bill Funk
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    Unless this gun was made before 1898, you probably need an FFL to cross state lines. Check it guys!
     
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    It's Black Powder. No FFL needed.
     
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    I've got one just like it with the original Ruger wood grips. These are great guns. You can fill the cylinder all the way up with BP then pack the ball in. I forget the velocity on the 147gr round ball but it came out to 540 ft-lbs of energy and very accurate. Ruger's are built like tanks.
     
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    I have a holster, if anyone needs one, i used to have an old army, i still have everything for it but the gun. Dave
     
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