Tyler Gun Works, Ruger Blackhawk 357 Magnum, "76Highboy Reloading"

76Highboy

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This is one of the most accurate revolvers I have ever owned. It has been customized by Tyler Gun Works and so far I have shot it a bunch. It points like no other. The cylinder-to-forcing cone gap is minimal, the action is smooth and crisp and the parts are tuned to work together. You will notice there is minimal drag line on the cylinder. This revolver has been cocked a bunch and the cylinder looks top notch. The front sight is custom, the crown has an 82 degree bevel and the engraving is spot on. The color case hardening is something that Bobby has perfected so make sure you check his website out. Link below and his Facebook.

Enjoy,
Highboy

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Nope, and she doesn't even have any feathers. It can migrate if needed, however.

Highboy
I ain't sure if you're being funny, or if that went WHOOSH over your head.
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paRtRidge, with two Rs, is a bird.
patRidge, with one R, is a front sight, designed by a feller named (who'da guessed) Patridge.

Now, you is in Idaho, right? I figgered, what with you bein' a good Idahoan (is that a word?), you would be wantin' to emulate Idaho's favorite son - and do some long distance shooting.

At extreme long range Elmer discovered that he ran out of sight adjustment and had to have some front sight sticking up above the rear. To be consistent, he had fine gold wires imbedded in the backside of that Patridge blade.
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76Highboy

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I ain't sure if you're being funny, or if that went WHOOSH over your head.
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paRtRidge, with two Rs, is a bird.
patRidge, with one R, is a front sight, designed by a feller named (who'da guessed) Patridge.

Now, you is in Idaho, right? I figgered, what with you bein' a good Idahoan (is that a word?), you would be wantin' to emulate Idaho's favorite son - and do some long distance shooting.

At extreme long range Elmer discovered that he ran out of sight adjustment and had to have some front sight sticking up above the rear. To be consistent, he had fine gold wires imbedded in the backside of that Patridge blade.
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I knew exactly what you were talking about. And no, no partridge bird was laying gold on my front sight. But, it would be right handy to have here in Idaho.
 

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