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I recently got my late fathers .357 Magnum Blackhawk (late 60's era) from my sister to take it out and shoot. We co own it as it means a lot to both of us.
The base pin and base pin latch were stuck as well as the rear elevation screw was missing.
I contacted Ruger and after free shipping it came back repaired with a new base pin, base pin latch and spring and rear elevation screw and with a complete bill of health in just two and a half weeks.
There is by far no better company out there!

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This is a great story, and Ruger does have great customer service. In fact, I almost didn’t post because of this. I think your memory might be a little off. The gun pictured is a new model with two pins as opposed to an old model with three screws. Ruger didn’t start making these until 1973. Still a great story, and a great gun.
Yes. I had since looked into the manufacture year by serial number. it's a 1973 model. I thought I remember my father having it earlier than that, but, I was just a kid.
 
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