Thinning the herd and testing the water...

by Byron, Friday, October 05, 2018, 14:00 (75 days ago)
edited by Byron, Friday, October 05, 2018, 14:28

There is a .30 M1 7.5" Ruger Blackhawk on my desk that I am thinking about sending down the road.

It is a David Clements Custom revolver with steel grip frame, steel ejector rod housing, Bowen target rear sight, Clements Custom patridge front sight, trued and set back barrel, 11 degree throat, locking oversized base pin, master tune and blue, on and on, etc (FYI it's really nice)... As always his work is impeccable not only is the fit and finish perfect it is remarkably accurate as most of the .30 M1 Blackhawks are.

I commissioned David to build it in response to the SAA Flat Top Target pictured in Bowen's book on custom revolvers and the job was a resounding success. It is clearly marked CCG and I believe the receipt is somewhere around here. Comes with the original box and papers. As a baseline the rear sight was $125 and the action job close to $400 so the revolver will not go cheap if I do sell it. Check his website to get an idea of his work if you are not already familiar with it. He is one of the best around for decades.

If interested in a dialogue regarding this fancy small bore blaster contact me at: yrusik@yahoo.com

Cheers,

Byron

Thinning the herd and testing the water...

by Creeker @, Hardwoods, Saturday, October 06, 2018, 17:08 (73 days ago) @ Byron

I'm sure this is a great sixgun. You could wear out some P-dogs, crows & jackrabbits.

Thinning the herd and testing the water...

by Cherokee @, Medina, Ohio, Saturday, October 06, 2018, 18:49 (73 days ago) @ Byron

30C Ruger's are great shooters and fun to shoot. Sounds like yours is also a beauty. How about a pic or two.

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