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Old 12-08-2012, 01:49 PM   #21
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Just looked at pictures of the security six. Nice looking gun. I have a buddy looking for a .357, I think I will suggest he look at one of those. Even used they look like they can handle a lot of shooting.

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Just looked at pictures of the security six. Nice looking gun. I have a buddy looking for a .357, I think I will suggest he look at one of those. Even used they look like they can handle a lot of shooting.
Gud luck- Don't see many around
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I see them all the time

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What is the prefix of the serial number? A 150 prefix is a low back model and rarer but I have one and I still shoot it; if it is 151 prefix and beyond then it is a more modern and more common one.
Mine is a 153 in 4"... A truly wonderful, versatile, practical weapon.
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I see them all the time

Thats cause you have'em all
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Gud luck- Don't see many around
Fortunately the guy is not in an immediate neef for the gun so he has time. He can put it on his "watch for" list. It looks like it is worth the wait.
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Fortunately the guy is not in an immediate neef for the gun so he has time. He can put it on his "watch for" list. It looks like it is worth the wait.
It is worth bein on the lookout for-
In the meantime tell him to get a gud S&W
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I love mine, I've had it for 40 years, still good as new. S/N 150 series. It was my first center fire handgun.

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Very nice Red.

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I have never heard of anyone being able to break one...rent a cops had them in SC because they are indestructible. W short barrels, the balance n ability to point well is excellent. Harder to find 3" barrels but worth the effort.

Wiley Capp sp models sell well on Guns of America. (GP w Novak rear n fiber front.)

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