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Ruger Old Army Black Powder....
CookE Member Posts: 47 ✭✭
edited July 2010 in Black Powder and Cowboy Action Shooting
Can anyone tell me if a Ruger Old Army Stainless Steel Black Powder Revolver with a 5.5" barrel is "RARE" and what one might be worth? It is "UNFIRED". Also, does anyone know what one of those RUGERS with the shiny finish and the white grips might be worth. That is also a black powder. I checked the GUNBROKER site and I can't seem to find anything on them. Any help would surely be appreciated........
Ruger no longer makes this pistol, and it is the best quality cap and ball pistol on the market. These guns are prized by muzzleloader pistol guys, in fact, I will buy one as soon as I get some funds this fall.
If this pistol is unfired, New In Box, I'm sure it is worth $500, might be worth more than that.
Like you, I couldn't find one on the auction side in stainless but keep you eyes peeled, one will pop up in a few weeks I'm sure.
A quick google search turned up a couple for sale from $420 to $500. So I'd say the $500 price tag is certainly valid.