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Old 02-24-2009, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default Ruger NM Single Six

After some research I decided to pick up a .22 revolver.

I decided on a used Ruger Super Single Six Convertible (.22lr/.22Mag), blue, wood grips, w/ 6.5" barrel. It has adjustable sights. From the S/N it looks like it was shipped originally in 2002-3. It's in excellent condition.

With our normal wait time I'll be picking it up next week. I'll post some pics once I have it in hand.

Looking forward to some range time with it. I know it will get a lot of use and hopefully be a useful tool in teaching my kids once they are a little older.

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Old 02-25-2009, 12:36 AM   #2
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Default Congrats on Your Single-Six!

Congrats! I'm sure you'll be really pleased with your Single Six. I really love mine. It's accurate, easy to shoot, and easy to clean. I've never had any problem with my well-used example!

Here's my write up of my Single-Six:
A Handgun Review: The Ruger New Model Single-Six - Associated Content

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Nice write up Gator. You expressed all of the reasons I decided on this revolver.

Counting down the days to I pick her up...

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Congrats on your excellent choice! I'm always trying to steer people that way of an used Ruger is MUCH better choice than a new Heritage Rough Rider, and for the same money too. Your Ruger will last you a lifetime, and even your kids' lives.

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Congratulations on your choice. The Ruger single six is an excellent, well made, tough gun. It will serve you and your kids well.

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I have one in stainless that I bought in '76 and still love it.

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You got to wait to pick it up...?! What country you live in...?

( BTW...Rugers are nice firearms, good luck with it. )

Here's my only Ruger...a Bisley Vaquero in .357magnum

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I have one as well. Very well made revolver. Good choice. Where are you that you have to wait for delivery on a .22 revolver, Kali?

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Default Super Single Six.

Congrats on your purchase, you'll love it once you fire a couple of cyls. Needless to say be sure to wear ear protection, esp with the Mag. cyl/loads I received my Dad's when he passed away about 10yr.ago. It is also a blued,61/2" model. For me the factory grips were too small-put a set of Packmyer on and been happy with it. You must live in a gun-free area=NYC,Detroit,Boston,LA,DC,Chicago, or what? For that kind of waiting period??

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Thanks for all the congrats.

I'm in Maryland and we have a 7 day wait for any registered weapon.

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