This 1996 large frame revolver is chambered for the .357 Magnum round and sports a revolutionary eight-round cylinder, rather than the traditional 6 shot. It is a double-action weapon - the ratings here are for a 15 cm (6-inch) barrel. It incorporates an integrated recoil porting system to make it more controllable.
Ruger Super Redhawk crit. 4d-1® 12 4 17 1 700 3.5 6 10 -3 745€ -3
* The Super Redhawk is a conventional Double Action revolver. Made of high-grade investment cast Stainless Steel, it is a very strong gun indeed. The front of its frame has been extended for ex-tra Jggj strength, and on top of the frame there are cutouts for the mounting of Rugers own pistol scope rings. The cylinder is locked safely in place at both its front and its back, and it is released by a push-type release on the left side of the frame. The aft sights are fully adjustable, and the front sight can be easily switched from one type of sight to another, as the shooter wishes. The entire trigger mechanism can be pulled from the bottom of the frame for easy cleaning. The grips are made of recoil absorbing rubber, with nice looking wooden inserts. The Barrels are either 19 cm or 24 cm long. The main safety of the revolver is a transfer bar, which prevents the hammer from striking the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled. There exists a version with extra recoil reduction (Rcl -2). The Super Redhawk accepts .45 Long Colt rounds (Rcl -2, Dmg. 3d) and is also available as chambered for the .480 Ruger round (Rcl -2, Dmg. 3d+2). All versions are -2 to effective skill to hit, unless the hammer is thumb-cocked (RoF 1/2).
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