Security Six Grips

Security Six Grips

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    Security Six Grips

    Thinking of picking up a ruger security six revolver and while doing research on the pistol came across this picture. Is anyone familiar with these grips?? Maker/brand?? Thanks in advance.
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    I have a 2 3/4" Sec. Six, about to order XS Big Dots for it.

    I too want new, more concealable grips.
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    They appear to be the original grips with a Tyler T-Grip adapter added.

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    I carried one for years. Most guys kept the oversized Pachmayr grips that came with it. Some added the Pachmayr finger-grooved ones but they were always a bit too big for my fingers. I finally found the Hogue grooved grips, and loved them.

    They fit me perfectly... YMMV.

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    I have the small grips pictured above, as well as a set of factory target wood grips.
    My Stainless Security six wears Rubber Hogues. I've never carried it concealed tho, it's a hiking gun.
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    I'd like to have a Speed Six with tyler T grips as pictured,,, Sweet gun ; )
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    Indeed... But a big frame to conceal.

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    Excellent choice on the Security Six! Like Msgt said that is a Tyler T-grip. I have a 1976 model Police Service Six (same as yours except fixed sights) w/ 2 3/4" bbl. I have several sets of grips for mine but I like the Hogues the best!Updated Garage pics 115.jpg
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    The original Ruger grips (as shown in the OP) on my 6-inch Security Six were punishing when I shot full-house .357 rounds. I put on a set of Hogues and it's a pussycat now - downright enjoyable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    The original Ruger grips (as shown in the OP) on my 6-inch Security Six were punishing when I shot full-house .357 rounds. I put on a set of Hogues and it's a pussycat now - downright enjoyable.
    True words.
    That 2 3/4 is brutal with full house magnums.

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    Thanks for the reply everyone. Some have mentioned that full house loads are a bit of a handful in the six series, those who may be familiar with the ruger sp 101 how would they compare??
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    Not in the 6 series, but with the smaller grips.
    Put the target grip, Packies or Hogue on and it's awesome
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    I have the Hogue grips on my 4" Security Six, the wood factory grips would slip in my hand with each shot, it made quick follow up shots impossible. The Hogues allow much more control.

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