Ralph Stewart: Very good concise and clearly illustrated video. Keep up the good work!!
Nick L: mix I have a security six and a GP 100 match ,thanks to you . There not that much different from each other . I love them both.
Harold Leicester: Mix, I just bought a GP100...in your opinion, has Ruger evolved and produced something equal or better to this gun? How would you compare them in terms of build quality?
Chas No: The Ruger, Security Six is the most deadly .357 of all time, because if you get in a shoot out with a man who has a Colt, Python .357, and you hit him first, he's going to die, not from blood loss, but from embarrassment.
Noah Snyder: Alright, I'm sold. I know what my first gun is going to be.
Crazy Horseaz: Looks sweet, alot like my speed six which I love but having a hard time finding some grips for it, do you have any idea what i can do for grips.
Lee Watts: By the way. The winter thaw had stopped and the river was not as "Rapid" when my nephew found it.
Lee Watts: In the mid 80's I was river rafting with friends when my trail gun a Ruger Police Service Six popped out of my holster on a jump and dropped into the river. I was devastated. 3 months later my swimming champion nephew said he would look for it if I remembered about where it fell out. Which I did. Wearing goggles on his 8th dive he came up with it. Incredible mess. After 2 days of pain staking cleaning it was like its old self. Except for a front sight and grip replacement it was like its old self. Kept it for ten more years and put hundreds of rounds through it. I miss that old stainless work horse.
jodopeg: Really good vid,,, thanks....!
Martina Dejaquiz: thats pretty darned cool! thx!
Tucson Don: Do you use anything special to clean the powder marks after shooting? Just Hoppe's #9 solvent or stainless cleaner? I bought one. I do like shooting it. The grips are a little different but everything else looks the same.
DwightMS1: I'll bet you've been using that same Mercury dime since you bought the gun.
Ramil Manipon: that gun can use of saving life. not to kill.
daniel burns: mixup did you say you were going to do a video on polishing the trigger and putting in wolff springs in the security six.i would really like to see it thanks
windson7: WOW that is a light trigger.
Alex Davis: excellent information, thanks!
jomika latinoforTrump: will a canadian dime work or I have to factor in the exchange rate
Miguel Charles: That was so cool to hear you got this at Accuracy! When I lived in Vegas a couple years ago and finally got into guns Accuracy was my go-to store. Very nice and helpful group of people that work there.
David Airey: Do newer gp100s come apart as easily?
instantwagner: Good Video Thanks for sharing.
Disassemble a Ruger Security Six With Just A Dime!! Review & Shooting A Great Revolver5
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Ralph Stewart: Very good concise and clearly illustrated video. Keep up the good work!! Louise Mcilwaine: RIP John 💖💖💖 randomshit732: no necesitas una super pc para jugar esto Ed Jackson: all he had to do was use the outboard valve. no need to use the inboard valve for what he is trying to accomplish. just check the pressure at the open one. that said, I think this was all staged for comedy purposes anyway Gonzalo Robledo: where can i buy it Luvenia Waiters: Great place to learn how to make it yourself much much cheaper. Just google for 'woodprix' website:) Terry C: great music