View Full Version : Bisley make-over
April 12, 1999, 11:04 AM
I have a Ruger BlackHawk chanbered in .41 Magnum. I have mounted a Burris 2x using a Burris mount and Redfield rings. I have also installed a SBH hammer. I now want to install a Bisley gripframe. I ave been informed (by Ruger) the entire trigger assembly from the Bisley will also need to be installed if I convert to the Bisley gripframe. How accurate is this information? Also...what aftermarket grips are available for the Bisley gripframe? Thanks to anyone that can help.
April 12, 1999, 11:36 AM
How about because the grip frame and trigger guard are all one piece? Ruger gave you the straight story, why doubt them?
April 12, 1999, 02:56 PM
I am well aware that the gripframe and trigger guard are a single piece. I need to know if the trigger assembly (internals) will fit.
April 12, 1999, 03:30 PM
I don't have a Bisley at hand, but I know the trigger is more curved and a standard trigger may not work in that grip frame. Ruger may also be talking about a conversion to the transfer bar if yours is an older gun. Did you ask Ruger if they would do the job, including the new safety (if needed), if you sent them the gun?
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