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Gift of William B. Ruger, Jr. and Carolyn Ruger Vogel in loving memory of their father, William B. Ruger, and their brother, James Thompson Ruger
Left side receiver: RUGER .44 MAGNUM CAL./ NEW MODEL SUPER BLACKHAWK [right receiver:] 85-43379 [receiver bottom:] PAUL LANTUCH 1985
No. 6 – Sturm Ruger & Company Bisley .44 caliber Revolver, serial number 85-43376. The barrel, ejector housing, cylinder, lock frame, back strap and trigger guard of blued steel; the hammer polished bright; the grips of ivory set with a silver butt cap cast and chased with an American eagle. The barrel, ejector rod housing, lock frame, cylinder, back strap and trigger guard
engraved by Paul Lantuch with deeply chiseled foliate scrollwork enriched with gold inlaid flower heads.
Condition: Factory New
Notes: This revolver is illustrated and fully described in Wilson (1996), pp. 202-203.
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.