paul williams: Way useful vid. I just picked up one for $300. Like new. Tight. It's chambered for 38 only, but i found Buffalo Bore 158gr that produce 460-480 fp out of a 4" bbl. So .. .i think i can live with a 'mere' 38. They're like a buck and a half a shot, but i'm not going to shoot boxes at a time, It's plenty. Like you pointed out, these things are built like bank vaults.
Some body said that there's a spring you can install that will drop the double action pull without a lot of expense. It's a bit heavy. Also, Clark, in La, will work it over for about $150... i'll probably break down and do that.
Anyway, you made a really helpful vid for 'Six' owners. Thanks a lot!
CHRIS “GUNDOC” GUTIERREZ: What an amazing revolver, over built so it will last for a lifetime. +++A classic Ruger+++
howard2374: I just acquired a Security Six less than two months ago. Your video on how to disassemble with a dime (and I see also a cartridge case) was super excellent! Clear, concise, and the camera angle you used enabled me (and everyone else) to see exactly what you were doing. Thank you very much for the video. Another question: your Security 6 is smoother than mine, and I just installed a Wolff main spring (14 pound). What all did you do to lighten the double action pull? I concur with your 'practice double action [strong & weak side]' mantra. I replaced the main & rebound spring on my S&W model 60 and that was a great help. However the 14 pound main spring replacement on the Security 6 still leaves something to be desired. Guidance, please.
George Clark: oh my just purchased a ruger gp100 3 inch and did order a kimber pro carry hd 11 in 4 inch still on the ca list till end of year, lord I hate rugers they keep making guns that I want and of course ca says you have to pay big bucks to sell here we do not care that you will not sell here anymore we want money and if you do not pay then we will double or triple fees for those who do and if that does not work then we will multiply the fees for law enforcement if that fails then well we will just ignore our obligation to the people until they cone around to our way of thinking, liberals at their best me I will never comply eliminate via the vote all liberals ps I love shooting and will always buy quality just as my wife will never buy anything but the best in shoes or clothing, she said I have enough guns, my response was you have enough shoes, conversation ended years ago and she has gained the upper hand I can store guns easy have to find space for shoes
John Roberts: You can actually take it apart with just a cartridge or case. Just use the rim of the case to get the screw out of the grips or screw it back in. Who needs dimes?
RobertPaulDoran: Just found your reply in my "Inbox" today, 6/28/14. Stupid YouTube keeps changing things around and then you never know when you have replies or comments. The only reason I found it this time is because someone sent me a video link to my "Inbox" and I clicked the link in my email which brought me to my YouTube account "inbox." I could not tell you how to find my "Inbox" if my life depended on it. Ridiculous.
vulpixgrant: Hey their Mixup98, I've been getting back into the Revolvers again after a huge Shotgun kick and am still waiting to get a lever .357 like you have in your other video.
What do you think of the GP100 vs the Security Six? I have owned a 6" Blued GP-100 for over a year now and just picked up a very clean used 4" model a week ago. Haven't had a chance to shoot the 4" yet.
Buying a 1979 one owner Security Six in October from a friend in Vegas for $200.00. He wants to sell it to somebody that will take care of it and he knows me ;) Can't want to compare the two side by side.
Scott Perron: Great video. You can also use the rim of a cartridge instead of a dime!
ty1760: Hi Deadwood i just picked up a winchester 12ga modle1911 S.L , last patent date is 1912 this thing looks scary , the grip to caulk it is at end of barell, I cudnt pass it up he gave it to me for installing his water heater, he is in his 70's and all works great, clean gun just looks scarry
mixup98: ty....the only information I have on the Speed Six 9mm is that Ruger made the gun from 1980 to1985. I guessing they didn't make too many of them. I will let you know if I find out any more info on the gun.
ty1760: any idea as to how many speed six's were made 9mm hard to find info on them , alot of info on the 357's
mixup98: ty1760....you did indeed get a good deal on your speed six. Let me know how you like it after you shoot it. Thanks for watching and commenting on my video.
ty1760: Great VID just got my hands on a speed six 9mm , got a great deal in it in my opion $275.00 just waiting for some moon clips
mixup98: You are welcome, my friend.
mixup98: You are very welcome, my friend.
Mehmet Azk: An EXTREMELY BEAUTIFUL video! Thanks a lot, sir!
mixup98: Robert...sounds like you got a great deal on your Ruger. I bought mine brand new at Accuracy gun shop in East Las Vegas back in 1981 and I paid full retail, which I believe was $260. You might try a Wolff spring kit to lighten up the double action pull a little. I appreciate you watching and commenting on my video.
RobertPaulDoran: Bought a Security-Six in .357 3" blued from The Gun store in Las Vegas back in 2005. The thing is spotless. Someone must've put it away and only shot it once every couple years or so. Paid $175 for it. My only complaint it the heavy double action trigger pull and the lack of a dot on the front sight. Shooting at a dark background the front sight gets lost.
Anonymousnonexistent: I like how that gun sounds, it sounds loud, scary and action like.
DobermansRock: I will look forward to that. Can't break these revolvers.
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