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NEW! Ruger brings back the Full Size Vaquero in 44 Mag

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Just in! Pair of  Talo Special Edition Ruger Vaquero's in stainless steel, full size frame in 44 Magnum with 5.5" bbls, black micarta Ruger medallion grips. Super Blackhawk (lower & wider) hammers.  Serrated front sights.

Price is for TWO

$1265 plus $35 shipping

 

 

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I will include 2 competition spring kits to the first cowboy or cowgirl that buys a pair. That a $40 value. 

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Can I get just 1?

 

I don't want to break up the set, all I want is 1 for a mountain/horse gun not CAS.

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Sure, I can get you a single. Email me at [email protected]

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Can you get these with their ivory grips ?

 Thx.   X Mark

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At this time the Talo exclusive only comes with the black micarta grips. 

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The pair is sold, I have a single left for $650 shipped. 

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Howdy,

Has anyone shot a couple dozen real 44 mag rounds thru one of these?

If so tell me about it.

I want to know if the gun holds together.

Ive had two similar BHs and folks bought them off of me.

Well, maybe three. Yep three.

Best

CR

 

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CR,

It's a  Ruger, I'm positive it will hold together. 

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I have an old model Ruger Vaquero and Bisley. Plenty of full powered magnums through both. You will not have any problems, Chili. 

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Is this essentially an Original model Vaquero? Same size and everything? or is it just a beefier New Vaquero? If these are original model sized guns will Ruger offer them in other chamberings? You may not know but I figure you have better access to info in this regard than I do.

 

Thank you,

PR

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I just picked up my pair from Barleycorn yesterday from my FFL.  Beautiful guns.  They are stamped "Ruger New Vaquero" but they are definitely the original model size. 

One unexpected benefit is that the ruger safety warning on the barrel is rotated under the barrel next to the ejector housing.  Still on the barrel but well hidden for those that like to polish out the safety warning.  

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Edited by Lone Dog, SASS #20401

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Post edited. The word model is not on them. "Ruger New Vaquero" is. 

But the point still stands these are the older large size frames.  

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Thanks Sinola Kid.

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Edited by Lone Dog, SASS #20401

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On 5/6/2017 at 3:32 PM, Chili Ron said:

Howdy,

Has anyone shot a couple dozen real 44 mag rounds thru one of these?

If so tell me about it.

I want to know if the gun holds together.

Ive had two similar BHs and folks bought them off of me.

Well, maybe three. Yep three.

Best

CR

 

They are TANK 'tuff'.

And they are Ruger.

I have run OMV .44's in SASS for almost 15 yrs now. I also run 240 gn jsp full loads very often for fun in'em for long range rock bust'n.

The only parts I have broken over the years are a couple of t'bars.

OLG

 

 

Edited by The Original Lumpy Gritz

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