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Ruger Donating Rare Revolver To Benefit Scholastic Action Shooting Program

Ruger Donating Rare Revolver To Benefit Scholastic Action Shooting Program

Recently, the folks at Ruger generously donated a treasured collectible to the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) to help raise funds to support youth action competitive shooting. The gun: a Blackhawk .32 H&R Magnum 32/20 Winchester convertible revolver (serial number 610-04726). This revolver was test fired on April 18, 1989. It will be up for auction on Gunbroker.com from now through February 14, 12:30 p.m. EST.

Approximately 5,200 of these Blackhawk revolvers were built for Buckeye Sports Supply and marketed exclusively by them in the late 1980s. The revolver features a blued finish; 6½-inch barrel; and wood grip panels with a silver-colored Ruger eagle medallion. Additional features include a .32 H&R Magnum cylinder; a .32-20 Winchester cylinder; an adjustable rear sight and ramp front sight. Also, the top strap of the gun is etched with the Buckeye Sports Supply trademark.

The revolver will be shipped in its original box, along with all oft he original paperwork including instruction manual and will be sold “as is.” The revolver is a part of the Ruger factory collection in Southport, CT, and a Certificate of Authenticity will be mailed to the lucky winner of the auction.

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