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First up is a Scarce GA-32 Low/Back gun Ser.#150-99196.
This gun was owned by a LEO. The gun has had the hammer welded and made DAO & bobbed. Action job with trigger set screw. This is a smooth & accurate shooting gun, its one of my CCW pieces. I truly wish that it was original though!! :( :(

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The second gun is a Rare RDA-86 Low/Back gun Ser.#150-85691 it has
been factory re-blued. Bought at Auction off of a fellow Forum member.
It is the only one I have seen for sale, I wish it was original too! :(
But none the less a nice shooter.

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Terry
 

Jeff Hoover

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Hey Terry ! Here are my shooters. All security sixes, except the top gun, service six. This was my first issued gun. When I was in the academy, one of the firearms instructors threw a service six against a cement wall, and then shot with it, to show how durable the Rugers are. He also told us NOT to do this on our own. While in the Academy, we sent over 10,000 rounds down range, all double action. This really slicked up those actions. I'm sure that speed-six you have has a smooth action. Now you know why.

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My favorite is the 4" security six with thin barrel, pre-warning, with T-grip. These were great guns ! Strong, compact, carriable.
 

sicboy13

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T.A. WORKMAN":3jpo1ft5 said:
First up is a Scarce GA-32 Low/Back gun Ser.#150-99196.
This gun was owned by a LEO. The gun has had the hammer welded and made DAO & bobbed. Action job with trigger set screw. This is a smooth & accurate shooting gun, its one of my CCW pieces. I truly wish that it was original though!! :( :(

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Terry

Man, my Rizzuto Wasp stiletto would look beautiful with that....

that is one nice looking piece.... thanks for sharing!
 

wixedmords

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The ivory is fantastic.

I was surprised how it went with the blued Security Six. It gives it a real antique look. Amazing.

Thanks for sharing fellas.
 
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Thanks guys!! Those are Simulated Ivory/Laminate grips.
They are a real pretty cream color! Poor mans Ivory!! :)
Heres a early GP-100 1/2 shroud! Great shooter also.
Terry

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gb6491

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I really like the look of that snub Security Six. I have a Speed Six with the 2 and 3/4" barrel, but might need to snag a Security as well.
Here's my current Security Six:
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Regards,
Greg
 

Stoots

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T.A. WORKMAN":28xey2h4 said:
First up is a Scarce GA-32 Low/Back gun Ser.#150-99196.
This gun was owned by a LEO. The gun has had the hammer welded and made DAO & bobbed. Action job with trigger set screw. This is a smooth & accurate shooting gun, its one of my CCW pieces. I truly wish that it was original though!! :( :(

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Terry

That's downright sexy!

:shock:

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