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My new to me 79 Vintage Security Six
Range Trip

158 Grain Hardcast LSWC over 4.5 Grains of Universal in a .357 Case



Also took one of my .22's



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Nice shooting. The Security Six is a fine revolver.
 

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pcguy23,

I have an old Security-Six and the serial number is 151-7XXXX. I am wondering how that compares to your serial number? Mine was purchased before 1976--I think...

Did any of the real early Security-Sixes have 150 prefixes?

Thanks...BCB
 

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Great looking SIx and great targets
 

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I have an old Security-Six and the serial number is 151-7XXXX. I am wondering how that compares to your serial number? Mine was purchased before 1976--I think...
BCB

Here's a link to the Ruger serial number history
http://www.ruger-firearms.com/Firearms/PS-SNH-RE-SPSSix.html

looks like they started way back in 72 with 150-xxxx serial numbers
That would put yours around 1975

mine starts with 154-xxxx

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pcguy23,

Thanks for the link--now I know what year my Security-Six was made. Still shoots as good as ever...

Is there a similar website for Redhawk serial numbers? Thanks...BCB
 

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Man, I jealous! I really want a 4" anything -six in .357. That would be my ultimate woods gun. Also jealous of the fine shooting!! Gonna try your load.

Bob
 
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