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Old 03-18-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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Though i would share this rare piece to all of you in the revolver page. This is the ruger spoed six revolver, it is chambered in 357. Magnum and is a really rare piece here it is....

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Old 03-18-2012, 07:30 PM   #2
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I used to own a Speed Six not unlike this one. I wish I had it back.

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the "six" series [security, police service, and speed] are all great guns, and predecessor to the gp100. I have a 4" blued police service six, it is my main carry gun. Enjoy, and as others will confirm, dont sell/trade it, you would kick yourself the rest of your days.

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the "six" series [security, police service, and speed] are all great guns, and predecessor to the gp100. I have a 4" blued police service six, it is my main carry gun. Enjoy, and as others will confirm, dont sell/trade it, you would kick yourself the rest of your days.
Well heck i would never sell it, because it is a model 33 and i wish i would have gotten a few more cuz they are rare and not made any more, this weapon was for postal inspectors and peolple alike.
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Well I was sitting here looking to my Speed Six just like yours except mine has the Ruger wood grip panels. I have a blue Speed Six in 38 SPL that is a joy to shoot. Wonderful little guns.

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Thats a good looking revolver. What year is it?

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Thats a good looking revolver. What year is it?
Ive had for about 30 so years maybe less its a model 33 form around huh im guessing 1980's or so ill have to remember and then ill put the correct yoear ill just look at the reciept for it.
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Well I was sitting here looking to my Speed Six just like yours except mine has the Ruger wood grip panels. I have a blue Speed Six in 38 SPL that is a joy to shoot. Wonderful little guns.
Yes yes they are, not to demand this but if I were you, i would never sell this weapon and it would be cool if you were to upload a photo of yours on my thread to show the difference between the two of ours. Thanks
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Ive had for about 30 so years maybe less its a model 33 form around huh im guessing 1980's or so ill have to remember and then ill put the correct yoear ill just look at the reciept for it.
Ruger has a link on their website that you can look up the year by serial number prefix.
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Actually i found out ive had it for about 12 years haha far from 30,

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