ruger redhawk 357 5.5inch barrel

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    ruger redhawk 357 5.5inch barrel

    my buddy offering me a ruger red hawk for 150 bucks its a 5.5 inch barrel and also in 357 cal how much can i get for it

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    If you dont want it Ill buy it....... I would say you could get at least double what you are paying for it but I am no expert, and condition is evertything.
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    Go look on GunBroker and see what people are buying them for.
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    I would jump on that deal faster than a duck on a june bug; if you intend to buy it for resale I would ask at least $450 for it.
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    A Ruger Redhawk in .357 Magnum is very uncommon, as in rarely ever seen. Would be worth a pretty premium over any common .44 Redhawk to a Ruger fan. I couldn't say exactly what the market is on one but $150 is theft.

    Just looked in on GunBroker to verify my notion on .357 Magnum Redhawks. There are two pages of Redhawk auctions and of those auctions there are exactly -0- .357 Redhawks offered, none, zilch, nada.
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    ruger redhawk 357 5.5inch barrel

    I'd be in! No question!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinner1790 View Post
    my buddy offering me a ruger red hawk for 150 bucks its a 5.5 inch barrel and also in 357 cal how much can i get for it
    If it's in reasonable condition, I'd say that's a steal. Particularly in today's mad climate.

    Look at it this way: can you think of a single other $150 .357 revolver of quality that's available out there?

    Buy it. If for no other reason than to turn a quick ~$300 on resale, buy it.
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    At $150, I would of already bought it and created a thread about it, with pictures included of course.
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    Unheard of deal and I'd jump on it if I were you, even if it needed some work and was in OK condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinner1790 View Post
    my buddy offering me a ruger red hawk for 150 bucks its a 5.5 inch barrel and also in 357 cal how much can i get for it
    Well, you've clearly got your "revolver buddy." Nice to have one of those handy.

    The only question left is: why are you still here jawing about it, and not writing a check?
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    I would buy it and keep it
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    And this has WHAT to do with concealed carry? Oh, you are?! Good luck pack'n that boat anchor!

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    Might be a boat anchor but I wouldn't even be asking it'd be mine !!!
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    ...been watchin' the weather lately? you can carry a Buntline under a full-length coat pretty easily...let alone a puny li'l 5.5" barrelled pistol...
    Quote Originally Posted by asldkjfqwoifqwo View Post
    And this has WHAT to do with concealed carry? Oh, you are?! Good luck pack'n that boat anchor!

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    I'll give ya 200 for it

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