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This is a discussion on Ruger security six .357 magnum within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by BugDude The old saying in manufacturing (of anything) was you hoped that whatever you bought was made on a Tues, Wed, or ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    The old saying in manufacturing (of anything) was you hoped that whatever you bought was made on a Tues, Wed, or Thur. Friday everyone is in a hurry to get out for the weekend. Monday, everyone is dragging in hung over from the weekend. Of course, this was 25 years ago...when stuff was actually manufactured in the good ol' U. S. of A. Not sure what the old saying in China is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    I have a blue 357 Security Six with rubber grips. Sweet shooter, aims better than I do. If you get itchy and want to disassemble it tell me how it goes getting the trigger assembly back in. The manual says 'tap lightly.' Yeah, right.
    That's definitely a mis-statement. You need to press the spring loaded locking pin in. I usually use a non-marring tool to recess the locking pin while I gently guide the trigger assembly towards the frame.

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    I have to admit that I am one of the stupid ones that must say I "HAD" a Security Six severlal years ago.... I'm still kicking myself for having traded it!


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    Thank's for the date list Archer. That puts my SS-6" in the 1979 catagory.

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    My very first handgun was a security six. It shot bullseyes right out of the box. Built like a tank. I wish I still had but it was stolen years ago. Find a nice set of grips for it that fit you well and you'll love it. I used Hogues. I'll buy it from you!?

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    My grandfather gave me his stainless Speed six .357mag as a wedding gift a couple of years ago. He bought it back in the mid 70s and used it as his service weapon while working for the sheriffs office. It has the original wood grips and is in mint condition. I would never even think about selling or trading it, but I am curious as to what the value is. It's a great gun that I will pass on to my son one day.

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    I had a security six, stainless w/ a 6" barrel..It was dead on accurate..Like others I wish I had it back..
    "Arms in the hands of individual citizens may be used at individual discretion..in private self defense." John Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    I have to admit that I am one of the stupid ones that must say I "HAD" a Security Six severlal years ago.... I'm still kicking myself for having traded it!


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    +1 on that..

    It was the first handgun I put on my pistol permit back in 1974...
    I am sure it is still out there somewhere throwing fireballs down range.

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    I have a Police Service Six in 357 and its all people say about it. I switched the grips from wood to Hogue rubber and full loads aren't a pain anymore. Just as good if not better than the Model 10 or any S&W K frame, just not as pretty.

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