Ruger Vaquero .44 Mag - Used with Box

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The Ruger Vaquero is a six-shot single-action revolver manufactured by Sturm, Ruger based on the .357 Magnum New Model Ruger Blackhawk frame that was introduced in 1973. It comes in blued steel, case colored, and a gloss stainless finish (the latter gloss stainless finish is intended to resemble closely a 19th-century nickel-plated finish), all of which are available with wood, hard rubber, simulated ivory or black micarta grips and fixed sights. It arose with the popularity of Cowboy Action Shooting from which came demand for a single-action revolver that was more traditional in appearance/Design details[edit] The Ruger Vaquero is a New Model Blackhawk with fixed sights consisting of a front blade and a notch milled into the frame at the rear. The first version was a 7 1/2 in (190 mm) barrelled revolver chambered in .45 Colt with a simulated color case-hardened frame and a blue barrel, grip frame, and cylinder. This was followed by models with a 5 1/2 in (140 mm) barrel and a 4 5/8 in (120 mm) barrel based on the other common barrel lengths of the Colt SAA. The three versions were offered in stainless steel and other calibers including .44 Magnum, .357 Magnum, and .44-40 Winchester. Originally all Ruger Vaqueros were shipped with walnut grips incorporating a Ruger logo in a medallion. In 1998 some models began shipping with a faux-ivory grip and limited runs with gold inlay and engraving were offered. Like the New Model Blackhawk, the Vaquero does not require the hammer to be half-cocked for loading and unloading, and uses a transfer bar mechanism which prevents the cartridge under the hammer from being fired without the trigger being pulled./The "New Model Vaquero" comes with checkered black plastic grips, which look similar to the checkered black rubber grips Colt used in the late 19th Century/Ruger placed the safety warning which used to appear on the left-side of the barrel beneath the barrel on these models to make the gun more aesthetically pleasing/Specifications: Weight 48 oz (1,400 g)/Length 13 in (330 mm)/Barrel length 7.5 in (190 mm)/Caliber .44 Magnum & .44 Special/Action Single-action revolver/Feed system 6-round cylinder/Sights Fixed/Used condition with box/Serial 55-56827

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This item is part of Wright Brothers Consignment Gun Auction
 Saturday, Sep 30, 2017 | 11:00 AM  Central
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Ruger Vaquero .44 Mag - Used with Box
Ruger Vaquero .44 Mag - Used with Box
Lot number: 102
Seller: Wright Brothers Auction
Event: Wright Brothers Consignment Gun Auction
Ends: Saturday, September 30 | 11:00 AM  Central

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