Carry_Up said:I'm the guy in the back of the room who still doesn't get it. What is the appeal of a Security Six, other than it is now hard to find? Believe me, if Ruger determined that this design was highly valued, they would be making them.
In the unlikely case that an unused Security Six was found, would it be fired at the range, carried, or a museum display? I've worked on a number of them which were owned and shot by their original buyers. Sadly I was unable to get them fixed because parts are not available. Other troubles that plague the Security Six models are inherent in the design and not just due to worn or broken parts.
Those design difficulties were resolved in the GP series, which is superior in every way. Every way.