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New Vaquero 357 Mag blued 5 1/2

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For sale.

new model Vaquero 357 mag Blueud case color hardening 5 1/2. Like new condition sold as is.

$525.00 Shipped

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Excellent serial number.......excellent price.  If not sold by the time Winter Range rolls around......I may grab it.

OkD

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This is a great era of New Vaqueros, someone needs to grab it. 

 

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Ok, I’ll ask.  What makes this particular SN desirable?

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13 hours ago, Sgt. Saywut said:

Ok, I’ll ask.  What makes this particular SN desirable?

 

I was wondering the same thing. Does this mean there are a series of SN's that shooters should avoid?

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On 2/7/2018 at 5:39 PM, Caboose said:

 

I was wondering the same thing. Does this mean there are a series of SN's that shooters should avoid?

There was a perception at one time, that the 510 and 511 series were abit easier to work on for certain gunsmiths.  I am not certain, but the 512 series had some slight modifications internally to them( coming from the factory of Ruger), which to some of those working on them, created a bit more time/work to make them like earlier versions.  Those perceptions may have gone away, after all, any gun can be modified by most of the current gunsmiths, it may be just a matter of time and your cost. :D

 

Also, I am not for sure, but I think the color case hardening went away and now you only have stainless or black receivers.  I prefer the color case of the receiver of the 510-511 series.  May be a personal thing.  

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11 hours ago, Oklahoma Dee said:

There was a perception at one time, that the 510 and 511 series were abit easier to work on for certain gunsmiths.  I am not certain, but the 512 series had some slight modifications internally to them( coming from the factory of Ruger), which to some of those working on them, created a bit more time/work to make them like earlier versions.  Those perceptions may have gone away, after all, any gun can be modified by most of the current gunsmiths, it may be just a matter of time and your cost. :D

 

Also, I am not for sure, but I think the color case hardening went away and now you only have stainless or black receivers.  I prefer the color case of the receiver of the 510-511 series.  May be a personal thing.  

 

Thanks Pard..

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Still Available. 

 

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