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    Is the 480 RBH here come friday the 7th?
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    That's the $64,000 question isn't it!
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    We know its not another plastic gun
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    We know it's a stainless Blackhawk Bisley. Only questions remaining are of dimensions and chambering.
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    I know Whitworth (Max P) has one and has shot it,maybe even a few others that post here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo Will View Post
    I know Whitworth (Max P) has one and has shot it,maybe even a few others that post here
    I can neither confirm nor deny -- yet.

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    Oh heck, why did I have to look at this thread. I just started to forget about the Lipsey 44 revolver I wanted with
    the Bisley parts. The Super Blackhawk with 3.75" barrel.

    Amigo Will- I briefly made it to Wrangell. By way of ferry ride to Prince Rupert. Just enough time for our dogs to
    relieve themselves on Wrangell soil. What I could see looked like a really nice place. We did a quick walk along the road
    and took a few pictures.

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    Not a bad little town and all the people free hunting a person could ask for. As for the dogs we need all the fertilizer we can get,my dogs ad twice a day. If I knew you were comming you could of shot my 3 3/4"SBH 44
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo Will View Post
    Not a bad little town and all the people free hunting a person could ask for. As for the dogs we need all the fertilizer we can get,my dogs ad twice a day. If I knew you were comming you could of shot my 3 3/4"SBH 44
    That would have been great. I was going through revolver withdrawal after driving through Canada. We basically just took a month off and drove.
    Dropped down into Skagway for a night, (got stuck at the closed border above Skagway first) camped in Juneau next to Mendenhall glacier a few nights and then took a ferry south. Eventually ended up in Yellowstone watching grizzly's and wolves eat a elk. We miss the Alaska air already.

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    Looks like they are going to show what it is on Sunday. I was looking at the pictures. I hope it's something I don't want.

    So do you think it is something like a 9mm or larger "pistol" caliber? I am going to guess a Ruger Blackhawk Bisley SS convertible in a 9mm & 357.
    Or my second guess would be something completely different. Possibly a larger "pistol" caliber.

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    I would imagine it's .480 Ruger.
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    Think its a five shot of something that BFR is droping from there standard offering list.
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    The cylinder hole is inset like with a 22 caliber. Then it looks like there's a screw on the pin that holds the
    cylinder in.

    In this video there's a picture of a Ruger single action "exclusive" that may have Bisley parts. But
    the words are blurry and I'm not sure if it's the right Ruger. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8e2BW0q0raI
    2:48 in video.

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    That was the new bearcat with adjustable sights
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrowchaser View Post
    Oh heck, why did I have to look at this thread. I just started to forget about the Lipsey 44 revolver I wanted with
    the Bisley parts. The Super Blackhawk with 3.75" barrel.

    Amigo Will- I briefly made it to Wrangell. By way of ferry ride to Prince Rupert. Just enough time for our dogs to
    relieve themselves on Wrangell soil. What I could see looked like a really nice place. We did a quick walk along the road
    and took a few pictures.
    There are a few still in the pipeline if you are looking for the 3.75" Bisley 44. Try Palm Beach Concepts.
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