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Old 06-03-2010, 05:09 PM   #11
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I bought a 6.5" single six several years ago - loved it but a guy approached me that wanted it more than I did and paid a great price for it. Soon I realized that I didn't want to be without a single six so bought another , a 5.5". Love it. you can't beat the Ruger Single Six for a good, tough, well made SA .22. And loads of fun.

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I got my first Super Single Six in '77 when I was 16. Took 2 yrs of convincing my Dad to let me. It was the 'new' transfer bar safety that finally changed his mind. It sports a 6.5" barrel and adjustable sights and cost me $92, the price I got for 2 fox pelts. I've taken bullfrogs, turtles, chipmunks, squirrels, rabbits, grouse, woodchucks, fox and coyotes with it. It has fired over 50,000 rounds and still works great. Since, I've added another with 5.5" barrel, just because. I'd buy another in a minute.

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I remember back in the late 70's I bought, for the first time, a Single Six with a six inch barrel. I bought it for Coon hunting in Kansas. I paid $ 147.00 for it. When I went to college I sold it to my Uncle which would not sell it back to me when I graduated. But, WOW, what a shooter. Just a few years ago, I started thinking about that old gun I bought back then, and decided to buy another one. I haven't been sorry. It is just as straight a shooter as I once remembered. I recently took it hiking with me this last winter and it was a real joy to carry. The Ruger really makes a tough gun!

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My first and still favorite gun. Can't say anything bad about it. LR is great, but magnums are way more fun and accurate too.

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I have had it 4 months,and it has done nothing but get smoother the more I shoot it.I shoot almost exclusivly .22LR,but I like knowing I have the .22Mag cylinder and some magnums if I ever need to send my 9mm in for repairs or anything,that magnum's got my back for home defense.I was planning on taking it deer hunting as a backup until I found out that Michigan doesn't even allow a rimfire in the field during hunting season.

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