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Ruger Redhawk Handgun

Item # UF102680360

Key Features

  • Action - Revolver

  • Action Type - Double Action

  • Caliber - .44 Rem. Mag.

  • Barrel Length - 7-1/2"

  • Weight - 3.4 Lbs.

Our Price   $849.99

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  • Firearms shipping charge of $25.00 per item.
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Product Description
ruger For big game hunting, many shooters think of big bore revolvers first. The Ruger Redhawk revolver was Ruger's first double-action revolver specifically designed for the powerful 44 Magnum cartridge. It embodies many advanced features such as a triple-locking cylinder, a unique single spring mechanism for relatively lighter trigger pull, replaceable front sights with adjustable rear sights, and an all-stainless steel construction. This double-action revolver features rubber grips and includes a set of Ruger scope-mounting rings and the original factory hard case. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in excellent condition.
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Specifications
Model Redhawk
Type Handgun
Action Revolver
Action Type Double Action
Caliber .44 Rem. Mag.
Barrel Length 7-1/2"
Weight 3.4 Lbs.
Sights Ramped Front/Adjustable Rear
Finish Stainless Steel
Grips Laminated Wood
Capacity 6
Grip Condition Excellent
Metal Condition Excellent
Bore Condition Excellent
Date of Manf. 2012

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