Ruger is excited to offer you an opportunity to bid on and acquire rare, unusual, discontinued, or one-of-a-kind Ruger firearms and accessories. All items are available to qualified buyers as part of a "no reserve" auction subject, of course, to applicable laws.
The P85™ was the first 9mm centerfire pistol produced by Ruger in the Prescott, Arizona manufacturing facility. Ruger first introduced the stainless decocker-only model P85™ pistol in the 1990 Ruger Firearms Catalog. The serial number of this P85™ is 302-37345 and the testfire date is September 24, 1990. This pistol has never been fired beyond normal testing during manufacture. It features a 4-1/2 inch barrel and high-visibility white-dot inserts on both the front and rear sights. The square notch rear sight is adjustable for windage. It has a stainless steel slide and aluminum alloy frame with molded high impact grip panels. Other features include an oversized trigger guard, full-time ambidextrous magazine latch, decocking lever, and lanyard loop. The P85™ will be shipped in a black plastic, P-Series pistol case along with two 15-shot magazines and an appropriate instruction manual.
Since we are celebrating the 4th of July this weekend, we thought we would auction off a New Model Super Blackhawk® 44 Magnum revolver with "MADE IN THE 200th YEAR OF AMERICAN LIBERTY" stamped on the top of the barrel. As an extra bonus we will include Ruger® American decals, pin, and t-shirt with the revolver! The serial number, 82-07631, tells us this revolver was testfired October 22, 1977. This revolver does not have the manual warning on the barrel. Features include a wide serrated hammer spur; blued finish; and 7-1/2" barrel. Other features include a 6-round capacity 44 Magnum cylinder; a rear sight click-adjustable for windage and elevation, and a Patridge-type front sight mounted on a ramp. This New Model Super Blackhawk® revolver had been stored in its original red-hinged cardboard box and brown cardboard outer wrap along with an original instruction manual and marketing material. While it had been stored without grip panels, we did find a pair of American walnut grip panels (from the same time period) with silver-colored Ruger eagle medallions, and they will be included with the revolver. The revolver is being sold "as is".