Ruger GP100 and Blackhawk in .327 Federal Magnum

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

Ruger has embraced the .327 Federal Magnum and added it to their line of GP100 and Blackhawk revolvers.

Each gun chambered in the .327 Fed Mag can also chamber the .327 H&R Magnum, .32 S&W Long and .32 S&W.

The .327 GP100 will retail for $701 and the Blackhawk for $681.

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Bob Bob on May 16, 2011

    I'm picking up my blackhawk this week and I can't wait this round should've came out a long time ago (30 yr's) To me it's a great caiber for a handgun.

  • Prescottrob Prescottrob on Dec 30, 2011

    The Ruger Blackhawk 327 is a fine handgun. Sure it's a little heavy, but makes up for that on less recoil than a 357, with close to the punch, and accurate. You want a light handgun, get something else. Maybe a pea shooter like a 380?

    I agree with above comments. A rifle should be chambered for this round. Would be a fine for deer, possibly elk.