If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This simple ideology has allowed Ruger’s Blackhawk series to remain of the best-selling handgun series worldwide since its introduction in 1993. As descendants of the original Ruger Single-Six revolver, the Blackhawk series has come to signify the quintessential big-bore handgun—and the Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 Mag wears its (heavy) crown well.
Stan Trzoniec reviewed the revolver and after a day at the range said, “The Ruger Super Blackhawk was certainly a gun worth waiting for. Shooting this gun proved it’s more than accurate enough for my enjoyment, and with its ‘plow handle’ grip, the gun rolls back into your hand to absorb the heavy recoil any .44 caliber gun can generate.”
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