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.
Up for auction this week is a New Model Blackhawk® .41 Magnum caliber revolver. The New Model Blackhawk® revolvers were first introduced in 1973. The serial number, 41-06376, tells us this revolver was testfired on April 21, 1975 - 40 years ago this month! This revolver had been previously sold and subsequently returned to the factory. There are no notes as to why it was returned. This revolver does not have the manual warning on the barrel, and it has the Ruger Southport, CT address stamped on the left side of the barrel. Features include a blued finish; 6-1/2" barrel; and walnut grip panels with silver-colored Ruger "S/R" eagle medallions. It also features a 6-round capacity .41 Magnum caliber cylinder; a rear sight click-adjustable for windage or elevation and protected by integral frame ribs; and a Patridge-type front sight mounted on a ramp.
Ruger first introduced the stainless decock-only, .45 ACP, P90™ pistol in 1991. The serial number of this P90™ is 660-02138 and the testfire date is October 23, 1991. It is the second of three consecutive serial-numbered P90™ pistols to be auctioned off over the next few months. The serial number of the first pistol was 660-02137. The third pistol’s serial number is 660-02139. Additionally, none of these pistols have ever been fired beyond normal testing during manufacture. Features include 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 drift-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 P90™ Pistol will be shipped in a yellow and black-hinged cardboard P90 box along with a 7-shot magazine, original instruction manual and original marketing materials.