Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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RugerfanAustria
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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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It arrived today and here are the promised pictures of my 2018 Super Redhawk in .41 Magnum caliber.
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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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But what I am particularly pleased that I could catch a little unicorn this for my home country is very rare and actually for the whole of Europe and is not on the scale even in America known.

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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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Fine looking revolvers, happy to hear that you were able to snag that one!
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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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Congratulations on your new arrival. Very nice! :)

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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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Ruger fan Austria,
You are wright about the 41 being rare and scarce, especially the Super Blackhawk. You can find them if you look a little, But be prepared to pay a premium price for it.

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Re: Super Redhawk .41 Magnum

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O M CRAZY wrote:
Tue May 24, 2022 1:54 pm
You can find them if you look a little, But be prepared to pay a premium price for it.

O M Crazy
As already mentioned several times, the market in my home country has much less to offer than in America. I have to import the rarer models via Germany anyway because I don't want to comment on our wholesaler in Austria. We already pay surcharges of up to 1000 dollars per weapon for the current models. What I would miss, for example, would be a maxi and if I found one in the USA because it is simply not available here, say around 1500 dollars, it would probably cost me between 5000-6000 dollars to bring it to Austria by air freight ,Customs, Exporter and Importer. But of course I would never have seen the gun in real life before, the seller could send me everything from NIB to scrap for a lot of money and I would have no opportunity to complain. Also on the European online stock exchanges, the description is very good than the condition is, because scrap is sold as NIB. This is my big problem with collecting Ruger guns outside of the US.

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