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Ruger Blackhawk Bisley Handgun

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Product Description
ruger The original Bisley revolver was the target revolver of the 19th century. Ruger Bisley revolvers improve on the target-style grip shape of the original Bisley in an ergonomically superior form. They also incorporate a low hammer spur and a wide, curved trigger for comfortable target shooting.

Model Blackhawk Bisley
Type Handgun
Action Revolver
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .45 LC
Barrel Length 7.5"
Weight 48.5 oz.
Sights Ramped Front/Adjustable Rear
Finish Blued
Grips Rosewood
Safety Transfer Bar
Capacity 6
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Ruger Bisley Handgun

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(17 of 18 customers found this review helpful)


Love this gun

By Andy

from New Canaan, CT

About Me Casual Athlete


  • Easy Maintenance
  • Easy To Use
  • Good balance
  • Long sight radius
  • Natural pointer
  • Recoil reducing weight
  • Rugged


  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Metal plate competitions
  • Outdoors
  • Shooting Ranges

Comments about Ruger Bisley Handgun:

Love this gun. I've shot it with regular factory loads and the recoil is about that of a 38 special in a service revolver. In fact, I shot it at a plate shoot match against guys with 9 mm's and I held my own. The single action mechanics were not a handicap since only shots that hit and knock down the plates count. The big 250 grain slugs knock the plates down with authority!

I've also shot it with the .44 Magnum power level ammuntion manufactured by Buffalo Bore. I shot the .45 LC +P ammunition of all bullet weights, and the gun is pleasant to shoot even with the hottest loads. The muzzle does flip a bit, but the motion is slow, and it doesn't sting.

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