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Ruger Blackhawk Exploded View

First announced in August 1955, the Ruger Blackhawk single-action revolver in .357 Magnum caliber bears a strong resemblance to the original Colt Single-Action Army and Frontier revolver, Model of 1873. Designwise, however, the Blackhawk is a modernized version of its Colt counterpart.

A Pair of Special .44s

Lipsey’s has contracted with Ruger to build 2,000 .44 Special Blackhawks on the .357 frame. Get ’em before they’re gone.

Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk Hunter

Blending materials and design to create sensible big-game hunting revolver.

Ruger .44 Mag. Blackhawk Single-Action Revolver

A great revolver in an awesome caliber.

Magnum Maximization

Ruger has upped the ante of chamber count in their Blackhawk and GP100 revolvers in .327 Fed.

BLACKHAWK! Women’s Duty/Tactical Apparel

BLACKHAWK! has introduced a Women’s Duty/Tactical Apparel line with features demanded by women.

Blackhawk! Knoxx Axiom II Rifle Stocks

Blackhawk! has two new stocks that reduce up to 85 percent of felt recoil.

BLACKHAWK! Opens New Plant

Blackhawk has opened a new plant in Montana to produce its Serpa holsters and Knoxx rifle stocks.

Holding On to Your Handgun: Uncle Mike’s Holster

Uncle Mike’s combined the same locking concept of the PRO3 with the construction of its Kydex models in order to produce its Reflex Retention Holster.

Holding On to Your Handgun: Safariland Holster

Safariland offers a number of concealment models based on its ALS (Automatic Locking System) design.

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