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The Ruger® Blackhawk® single-action revolver in .357 Magnum was Sturm, Ruger's first-ever centerfire revolver and is the foundation of the legendary Ruger single-action family. Available only in 2005, the 50th Anniversary New Model Blackhawk offers a unique opportunity to own a revolver with the look and feel of the original "Flat Top" design and all the benefits of 50 years of continuous refinements. Like the 1955 Ruger Blackhawk, the 50th Anniversary New Model Blackhawk is chambered in .357 Magnum with a 4-5/8 inch barrel. It offers many original features including a blued, original Blackhawk-size "Flat Top" frame with a micro-adjustable rear sight, and a smaller pre-1962 "XR-3" grip frame with checkered "hard rubber" grips bearing original-style black Ruger medallions. This 50th Anniversary New Model Blackhawk has a serial number of 520-02046 and was roll marked March 16, 2005. It was shipped to Automated Finishing for machine engraving work and features a Western-style scroll engraving on the top strap, cylinder, cylinder frame, and grip frame.
The P89™ decocker model pistols first appeared as "NEW" in the 1991 Ruger Firearms Catalog. The serial number of this P89™ is 307-79855 and the testfire date is April 21, 1994. This pistol has never been fired beyond normal testing during manufacture. This 9mm caliber pistol features a 4-1/2 inch barrel. It features adjustable Tru-Dot® sights instead of the standard high-visibility white-dot front and rear sights. (This was not a regular production model pistol.) It has a blued steel slide and aluminum alloy frame with molded high impact grip panels. Other features include an oversized trigger guard, full-time ambidextrous magazine latch, ambidextrous decocking levers, and lanyard loop. The P89™ Pistol will be shipped in an orange and black, hinged cardboard P-Series pistol box along with a 15-shot magazine and an appropriate instruction manual.