My newest Ruger. Security Six 2-3/4"

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kristop64089

Bearcat
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This is my 2nd "Six" snubby. I also have the elusive GS32-N(NIS), and like it so much, I wanted a "Six" for carry. Well, I found that was easier said, then done. Snubby Sixes are hard to find in my locale.

I ended up trading my 300wm Howa for this, which cost me $387 a year ago.
The finish is strong, with very little wear/handling.

I love these "little" Sixes" and wish they'd make them again, but since that won't happen, I'll settle for vintage.

Thanks for looking, and enjoy.
 

COR

Blackhawk
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You'll love it. Check out Rob Leahy's "Simply Rugged" Sourdough Pancake for a nice woods rig (works well concealed under a shirt too). I think you got a very fair trade. I have it's SS sister and she shoots great with Federal 125 Hydra Shocks (carry load). It also sings with a 170gr Keith style in front of some 2400 as my woods carry load.

Thanks for sharing.
 

wixedmords

Blackhawk
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Aug 5, 2006
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That is a pretty clean Security Six kristop64089.

Very nice revolver you have there.

Thanks for sharing.
 

Terry T

Buckeye
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Check with Ruger records to see if it was originally shipped with the big grips. Would be a bit unusual if it was.
Terry T
 

Tslepebull

Single-Sixer
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Very nice. I always thought the early snubs with the taller front sight ramp had a more graceful profile than the later models. With a set of the small stock grips and a Tyler's grip adapter it would be simply gorgeous.
 

protoolman

Hunter
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My first thought was the big grips probably are not right for the Snubby too, but the little grips are cheap and easy to find on E-bay. Nice gun!
 

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