Schön: I love my early '80's Ruger Security Six in .357 with 6" barrel, however, the Super Blackhawk is now tops on my list.
Nallanyesmar: I bought a Ruger six shooter to shoot the Koran on video. It looks like I'll have to visit a friend who owns a house out in the desert to shoot it legally, though.
Geoff Dearth: I think there would be about as much left of a chicken as there was of that watermelon.
Jordan: Would you deer hunt with a .357 Blackhawk ?
Ben Bedwell: I like the swing-out cylinder of the Redhawk, but this gun just has so much style.... I'd almost rather buy the Blackhawk
RedBayDog: Wayne C. Smith you are a self edit...
Super Blackhawk.44: I wouldn't want any other gun except the Freedom Arms model 83 in .454 I believe it's the best looking and best built tolerance wise gun ever made.
bert radmacher: blast some buckets with those talons
SteelBustingBiker: Strange... less than a half inch of threads bolting down a huge barrel plus a scope? Sorry, not buying into it. The weapon..yes. With a heavy scope..nope. Please..have the S&W Model 29 with the machine cuts on the barrel. Waste of time messing around with it. Electra Dot made sense, but didn't work out with using a folded piece of leather sporting it on a pig hunt years back.
dtnetlurker: After seeing this and his other vid of this fine and absolutely beautiful firearm, I am gonna look into buying myself one very soon. In todays day of modern polymer auto guns with all kinds of various coatings and plastic, every gun owner should have a nice classic solid metal gun like the old reliable revolver. It was such a great design for all sizes of carry pistols, and one that I don't see ever going away completely. It still has a lot fans and life left in it to last at least another 50 years or more.
OsricRexor: Why did they make it single action? Is it because double action is impracticable when it comes to hunting or did they just feel like making a beautiful single action revolver?
ed mo: that black talon seems so powerful
Sam T (Yodelin'Odin): I can't wait to pick mine up!
daniTHEwani: which do you prefer, the redhawk or the blackhawk?
syed Muhammad Nazim muhammah: What's the price
Jon Snow: You Americans are extremely lucky to be allowed these beautiful guns, Australia is too strict on firearms and it's a real buzz kill. I just wish our government would pull the sticks out of their asses
Daniel Choate: Thanks for another great video. I purchased my first new gun in the mid eighties. I went to get a 357 to carry hunting but I made the mistake of taking my young son at the time with me. He saw the Ruger Super Blackhawk in the display case and just insisted that I purchase it. So the first new gun I purchased was the Ruger Super Blackhawk with the ten and a half inch barrel and I paid three hundred and thirty dollars for it.It looks as good today as it did when I purchased it.
Ronald Pagan: the little cutouts on the barrel for optics add to the looks, like they were meant to be there
TomatheGreek: Hickok, I have a big chicken problem down in my neck of the woods, do you think the .44 magnum will be able to take a man sized chicken? (We are talking about 15ft in circumference here)
Eion Hart: Those bullets are carrying some serious energy.