Ruger Blackhawk – .357 9mm Convertible Review and Shoot

Ruger New Model Blackhawk .357/9mm convertible. Is there anything better than getting two for one? Americans like having the freedom to choose. Whether it’s Ford or Chevy, Pepsi or Coke or T-Bone or New York Strip having options is what manufacturers in the American market have been offering consumer for decades.
Filling the shooters niche has never been easier as we are in what I like to believe is the best time to be alive for a firearms enthusiast. Pocket guns all the way up to one thousand yard target rifles are all available and more often than not made “your way”. Want a .300 blackout on a piston driven upper with a 3.75 lb trigger and a three point sling using night vision flip-up sights while handloading your rounds using Carbon Erasing Powder? YOU GOT IT!
We go through and review the Ruger Blackhawk convertible series of single action revolvers and describe the strengths, weaknesses, advantages and shortcomings in this world famous line of firearms.

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