I sometimes think I'm the only one who misses the Ruger Security-Six. Or who still thinks of the GP-100 as being the new double action .357 offered by Ruger. I remember standing at a gun counter years ago and hefting a GP-100 and thinking it felt awfully awkward and front heavy; and wondering why Ruger would replace a brilliant, robust .357 revolver with a boat anchor like the GP-100. I was stumped. Then a few minutes ago I actually saw a guy on YouTube praising the Ruger Security-Six and saying the reason Ruger put out the GP-100 was because some of the Security-Sixes were “shooting loose.” Shooting loose?? Yeah, like after about five billion times! So I dug out some of my Security-Six photos and I hope you'll post photos of your own. I could never figure out which barrel length to get, so I did what anyone in my situation would do. I got some in each barrel length. One reason the Security-Six isn't likely to shoot loose is because of its modular construction and oversized pieces. It also could be broken down into those modular components in minutes: Years ago, Smith & Wesson took out ads in gun magazines arguing that its forged steel was stronger than Ruger's investment cast steel: Needless to say it didn't work, because it's not. All it did was make people hungry. (it sold the steak and the sizzle!) It still makes me hungry! If you have a Ruger Security-Six and want to post it, feel free. I'd especially like to see some comparison photos of the Security-Six and the GP-100.