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Hello
Just traded for a Security Six Stainless Bicentennial with a 6" barrel.
Before I do anything crazy and use it as trade bait, how uncommon are these sec sixes in stainless with a 6" barrel? Does the Bicentennial stamp make it any more valuable?

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Jim
 

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Jim,Like the others have said unless its New and Unfired and with the original box its not all that rare of a gun.I'm not sure of the exact production numbers but a lot of the Security-Sixes made in 1976 had that roll mark...
 

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I agree with the rest.
Enjoy and shoot the snot out of it. They are tough.
 

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According to the RENE reference of Ruger firearms, there were a total of just over 80,000 Security, Service and Speed sixes made with "Made in the 200th year of American Liberty". I have seen many for sale at shows and not rare if that number is correct.
 

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Do we get to see some pics?
 

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I upload my pics to photobucket (free) and then copy (direct link option in photobucket) and then paste the link to my post using the "Insert Image" tool.
 

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1976 Police Service Six Stainless Steel Bicentennial Model

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I got a Stainless Steel Bicentennial Model Ruger Police Service Six with the 2 inch barrel for $525

Is that a good price?
 

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I tried to post a new thread and am not allowed even though

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I got a Stainless Steel Bicentennial Model Ruger Police Service Six with the 2 inch barrel for $525

Is that a good price?
Unless its in the original box and has the papers and in good shape that price is on the high side.If it is mechanically tight and looks good to you and you are willing to spend that much then go for it...
 

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I got a six inch stainless S6 a couple of years ago................really fun shooter. Mine's is basically a range gun and after a trip or two out, it became my favorite handgun. Their really great guns and a blast to shoot!:D
 
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