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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
My Favorite "Shooter" Super Blackhawk
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Doc44
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27 Feb 2008 07:45 PM
    This Super Blackhawk, 80-28892, March 1971 is a favorite shooter of mine. The brass gripframe is of Ruger manufacture, but not original to the gun. The Zebrawood grips were purchased from Chad H. a few months ago. The trigger on this SBH is fairly light and breaks like glass with absolutely no creep.

    Bill

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    John C. Dougan
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    28 Feb 2008 11:30 AM
    Doc,

    Those grips look like some that I owned a few years back. About 15 years ago Jack Behn gave me about a dozen pairs of sample grip panels made of different woods. I remember Zebrawood, French walnut, CocoBolo, and a couple other exotic south American woods that I can't remember how to pronounce. I still have a pair of Ebony that are very dark and very heavy. Some pairs fit XR3-RED and some fit the Super Blackhawk. All pairs were finished and complete with ferruls and medallions.

    Your S47 is a classy looking gun the way you have it set up.

    John
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    Doc44
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    28 Feb 2008 01:30 PM
    John...Thanks. It is a great gun to shoot.

    Bill
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