Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by John Brown, Oct 8, 2010.
Good solid handgun.
Are you selling this and the Hi Standard, or just posting pictures of them? :huh: Not that I mind looking at guns.
Just pics. Seeing if anyone else likes them.
I indeed like them. I have a 6" Blue Security Six and a High Standard Supermatic Tournament Military. Both great guns.
I like GP100's as well, but I always thought they were an unnecessary upgrade over the SS.
Personally I prefer the Security-Six over the GP100. It just balances better for me.
I love the Security Six. It was my first .357, and the second cartridge I handloaded, back in 1979. However, when the SP-101 came out, I had to have one, and the SS got traded away. It was one of those trades you kick yourself for later. Not that I didn't like the SP-101, it's just that the SS was extremely accurate. Now I have a GP-100, and I actually like it better.
I have an SP101 in 3" as well. It is my go to carry gun in the Summer. I had it tuned, dehorned, beadblasted, and Hybra Ported by Gemini Customs and it is a sweet piece.
I have a stainless 4" Security Six I bought new in 1979. Great carry piece for walking in the woods.
I had an SP101 but the trigger slapped my finger pretty hard.
Beautiful 3" John Brown
I prefer the Security Six to the new GP100, better balance and better lines.
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My 4 inch stainless is pretty much my go to revolver. Hadn't shot it in a few years and had it out last weekend. First round out the barrel gave a pine squirrel 15 yards a way a hair cut... This was single action of course but I was quite impressed with the old girl after shooting a cylinder at a few old cans 20 yards away. :thumbup:
An excellent weapon! My first revovler was a Police Six...wish I never got rid of it.
Now, however, I own a 3 inch barrel GP100...a much stronger piece. After a little work done on by Gemini Customs and is an excellent weapon. Trigger work is now smooth as glass.
Beautiful piece. I love Ruger's Service Six, Security Six, and Speed Six. All are great revolvers.
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