DocHollowDay: That lawsuit was bullcrap. The trucker had his revolver loaded with 6
bullets. The pin resting on the primer... I think he slammed on his brakes
or something cause the gun was launched at his dashboard. The hammer hit
the dashboard pushing the pin on the primer and it went off. It's like
dropping a gun on the hammer while the pin is resting on a live round. It
will go off, and if he was stupid enough to load 6 with a pin resting on a
round then he got what he deserved... the wound not the lawsuit. What did
he sue them for? Selling a gun to an idiot?
Bronywithguns870: My dad has this exact gun. And when I mean exactly I mean EXACTLY, from the
stainless finish to the style of wood in the grip. That gun is such a beast
and it will take almost anything down. Such a smooth action on it too.
Joseph Yates: I just picked up my super blackhawk, not a hunter though. I was putting
Federal JSP loads through it and then some HPR target loads 44mag. Federal
had a lot of kick and burned pretty clean but a box of 50 was 60 dollars
where as the HPR 44mag felt like a 38 and left a lot of residue on the
casings, my hands, and weapon but the HPR ammo was 40 bucks for 50 of them.
Absolutely love it, ejecting and reloading it is just as fun as shooting
in. Looks great with my 1887.
antawn mcintosh: that mf sexy!
OneCupOfCoffee204: Will you please level your shooting table. :-)
Rodney B Jennings: When I first moved to Alaska a good friend that had lived there for many
told me don't buy any gun unless it was stainless, I did not listen and a
of years later found all my guns covered in rust, cabin living produces
exstremes that produces condensation, rusting all guns except stainless.
Rockin' Ron: I am thinking of buying a Ruger 50th anniversary edition super blackhawk.
vulpixgrant: The only SAA I own is a Heritage Arms with the 3" barrel and bird head
grips. Just wanted a cheap .22 plinker when ammo started getting really
expensive. Now I want one in .357 but may step up to .44mag or .454
Casuul. Wish they made the New Vaquero in .44mag, beautiful guns. But
really eyeing the .357/9mm convertible Blackhawk, my two main pistol
calibers all in one tank of a gun. Sweet. Nice shooting as always Hickok,
and thanks for the up close view of this hard hitting hardware.
123stripes: I held this gun in a gunshop once and boy, did i fall in love in this piece
MrSottobanco: Does the muzzle flip INCREASE with longer barrel lengths on a magnum pistol
like a .44 mag?
Nonya Bidness: The Super Blackhawk is not really any larger or stronger than the original
.44Mag Blackhawk, which actually was larger and stronger than the .357Mag
Blackhawk that preceded it. The frame and cylinder are the same size. The
Super just introduced the "eared" frame, the longer steel Dragoon grip
frame and the unfluted cylinder.
lostworld762x39mm: ok I need to get one of these
Bryan Calhoun: how come you never ding that bowling pin?
Bomani Chisulo: have the new model blackhawk in .357 the thing is awesome would love for a
super blackhawk someday
_YAGAMI_ MuManiacos: esse ai e o bixo em
btfe dimas nele
BaronRogoff1: I remember buying my Super Blackhawk, stainless with Pachmayr grips (that I
bought at the same time), 4 5/8", new in Charlotte NC in 1984 for $250.
What a great gun. I also noticed that the serial number contains my drivers
license numbers, though scrambled, pretty neat.
Michael Lawson: Thanks for the video. I really enjoy your videos, and learn a lot. I had no
idea that the Ruger Super Blackhawk was not a clone of the Single Action
Army. That deal with the loading gate is a bit of a concern. I have been
thinking of getting one because I live in a remote cabin in bear country. I
always carry bear spray, and I also carry a Mossberg 500 loaded with
Brenneke Black Magic slugs. It's a reliable bear stopper, it just isn't
that convenient to carry when I am in the woods, or wading in the river fly
fishing. The S&W' Model 29's are outrageously expensive. Do you know of a
reasonably priced .44 Mag?
DAVE MARKIEWICZ: Great video!! Some of the new views look like a video FPShooter-view of a
proposed video game. With that, I hope some contacts you with the idea.
Most of us would love to come down and rent some time on your back-yard
range and a game would kind of satisfy things. Kudos to John if that's him
running the camera (elsewise, just pass along the idea).
(Gun's owner): "Now, can we talk about why my gun smells like root beer &
Atlan-Mascaren da Gonozal VIII.: Beautiful gun! ♥
icecutter ice: My parents just gave me one of these I'm 16 it was my grandpas
Aaron wells: nice shooting mate
lemmeish: JUST LOVE SINGLE ACTION REVOLVERS!!!!!!!
Boro Buster: something about the "old type" recessed cylinder revolvers?!
Tazman1966: 240 gr. Jacketed hollow points do nasty work on a deer and coyotes. I've
had good luck with even shoulder shots on larger boars with the hydrashock
LittleMissLeared: Ruger Super Redhawk - Beast
Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter - Beauty
ohtehlolz: Just got one of these in the Bisley model. Ordered a bunch of .44 mag
ammo, can't wait to shoot it.
X-Ray Crystallography: Revolvers are beautiful, but it's too bad that a full 25 - 35% of the
energy that would have gone out the barrel (compared to a contender) goes
out via cylinder gap instead.
Jonathan Daniel: Dat Colt!
Tazman1966: As a 30 year owner of this gun....one of the best and most accurate pistols
I've shot. I've killed white tailed deer and hogs in excess of 50 yds open
sites. GREAT gun. I did add Hogue rubber grips that made it even better. I
do recommend checking screws occasionally. Trigger ring and ejector housing
will come loose. Throw some locktight on it but still check it now and
then. BTW, I rat holed a few of those Black Talons as well. Saving what I
have for a SHTF day ;)
Duane Barkdull: Just bought a Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 Mag Standard. Can't wait to try it
out. Nice gun. $619
John Hamm: I take the same revolver hunting. Just mine is the plain old Ruger Super
Blackhawk .44 Mag
DRHAX102'S stuff: It reminds me of the 45-70 BFR.
James Gold: aren't the 44 mag bullets 405 gains
mike smith: thank you for bringing you good fun videos as we can do this in the uk now
GREGORY RILEY: Another Good Video, Hi Guy, Have you ever shot a CZ 75-9mm?
Massimo Romagnoli: Una bellissima notizia: ho ordinato oggi questo meraviglioso revolver! Sono
impaziente di provarlo! Farà una splendida coppia con la mia Marlin 1894CB
MadTrucker#1: Best way to start a gun video. Thanks hickok, I'm gonna buy a Super
help yourself to port and a cigar: How much does it cost to have a day at your compound just out of interest?
vbros7: Ignorant question, I'm sure, but why does the cylinder say "Remington" on
O.W.I.M Munteanu: Would probably be nice with something like the new ATI revolver grips..
Atonal Atonal: Oh man!! That watermelon was obliterated! Awesome!!
David River: Redhawk. 1st. WILL NOT degrade your expectations, a tank.!! s/a Blackhawk
also nice, like gotta get one soon & you all know that feeling. lol
Segundo Gimenez: I love that cylinder
Benjamin Cadotte: Watching this video helped me decide to buy one about 6 months ago. Thanks
for doing what you do.
Julie Edwards: Love Hickok45's videos! I have a Ruger Super Black hawk Bisley (not the
hunter model) sitting in the safe. Guess I need to take the old girl out
and load up some .44's. She doesn't get shot enough. I bought her new in
the box in 1993. Great gun!
m38calypso: Hi guy , thanks for a very informative video. I use the 'baby' version of
the Blackhawk . Basically the same but in .22 cal . (combination .22lr /
magnum ) Very versatile . One drawback i had with it here in the climate of
the Philippines .....(in fact this would apply to all revolver handguns)
was that the gun would literally ooze out of your hand due to sweat on the
standard hardwood grips etc. Cured by the addition of some hard rubber
omar faz: I hear super black clock
44 Magnum Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter4.9
out of 5