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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-18-2012, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Ruger 357

I have the chance at a ruger 357 hammerless revolver...stainless barrel....any idea what it's worth? In GREAT condition...thanks guys

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Re: Ruger 357

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Re: Ruger 357

Rugers are good, strong, well-made handguns. Maybe not as smooth out of the box as a S&W but very durable. I have a GP100 and an SP101 and both are great guns.

You just shot an unarmed man. Well he should have armed himself!!! Clint Eastwood.
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