Super Blackhawk Recon
I have an old Super Blackhawk that I have had for years. I didnt buy it new, but it was certainly NIB-condition when I bought it. It was made in '76. I've carried it for years on just about every hunting trip I ever took, and just about every foray into the Maine woods seeking trout. I shot a coyote with it two years ago that ran into my area while calling turkey. I shot at a deer last year with it, again, turkey hunting, when the two seasons overlapped. The bluing is worn on the cylinder and the barrel. Its seen a lot of use.
I should prpbably stop waxing poetic about this darn hogleg, but I just love it. Ive been thinking; should I send it in and have some rework done to it and have it reconditioned by a good gunsmith? What should I have done to it? What would be good mods to have done to it, mods that would be suitable for the carry and useage that I do with it? Would it be worth it, or should I just leave it alone?
'Tis sad irony that the very people who work against our gun ownership are the ones that we will be called upon to defend should the need arise. -Me