Wow. It isn't the first time I've seen a barrel issue on a new revolver, but not on one that you probably spent quite a bit more on. It can happen with about any manufacturer, but it makes one more angry when you spent the money on it.The alignment of the holes between barrel and cylinder is not perfect, I won't shoot it and try to get feedback from Ruger. I'll keep you posted on this one.
I still got now answer from Ruger about the off centered Barrel of the New Super Blackhawk Hunter. It’s now several months now. Still hoping for a replacement...My story has a twist. We had asked the gun not be refinished since Ruger no longer did the case harden finish on the frame. Heard nothing. Then handgun appears at FFL's. Open the box and a form letter was enclosed. Basically turning down the refinish the gun was returned. No mention of mechanical work. I called twice and was well treated. We put our heads together. The net result is that Ruger people sent a prepaid label for the gun
One thing that I have learned about Ruger over the years. They have there own way of putting firearms together. What I think is right may be different from Ruger's thinking. Once I understood this situation it was OK. If I don't like Ruger guns buy something else.
Several months?I still got now answer from Ruger about the off centered Barrel of the New Super Blackhawk Hunter. It’s now several months now. Still hoping for a replacement...