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My Wife’s New Security Six

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Blue Brick, Apr 15, 2009.

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  1. Blue Brick

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  2. Jim Watson

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    She might want some grips with open back unless she has large hands for a Lady or plans to shoot magnums.
     
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    Nice and I love my security six hope you will to.
     
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    I may have missed something, but was there a request for new grips? I didn't realize pachmayr made security 6 grips or I would have bought some. if she doesn't like them I've got a set of hogue's and or set of factory I'll trade you. PM if actually interested.
     
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    The open-back Hogue monogrip is definitely the way to go. Holds and points better than those old Pachmayrs. The rubber is softer. The open back cuts the distance to the trigger as well, making for a more comfortable grip for all except those with large hands. See here: http://www.hoguegrips.com/main/overview/gripconcept.html

    Otherwise that's one of the best revolvers available.
     
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    I still have my ruger ss that I carried when I first got on the sheriff office in 1980 just hasn't shot it for a very long time but I do take it out now and then to look at it it a great weapon.

    be safe
     
  9. Thomas Garrett

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    I've had one for years, S/S in 4". But now, it's my wife's.:cuss:
     
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    Very nice. I like my Service Six and Speed Sixes.
     
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    Hey, I want one. Oh, wait, I have one. It has been neglected, shot hard, banged around, and handed down. But it is still a nice gun. It doesn't see daylight much though so I thought I'd get it out and take a picture.

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    Should be a very happy lady.
     
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    I've had this one since 1976and it is still one of my favorites. Shot it today in fact...

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