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    Ruger Police Service Six

    POLICE SERVICE SIX: AN EARLY DOUBLE ACTION FROM RUGER
    Today we are looking at an early double action from Sturm, Ruger & Co: the Police Service Six. The Police Service Six is a line extension of the Security Six model marketed towards law enforcement in the 70s and 80s. They are rugged and inexpensive, made from an investment casting and with fixed sights. The Police Service Six made for an attractive option for budget-conscious departments,
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    I’m a Ruger guy, I own 8 of their products, handguns and long guns.
    But their DA revolvers just don’t excite me. “Big and clunky “ comes to mind.

    Just my opinion, your mileage may vary.
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    I love my Ruger GP-100 and my SP-101 great shooting and reliable.
    I also love my M-77 Hawkeye in .243 I bought about 4 years ago from an old guy who bought it new it even had the tv style scope. I bought for my nieces to use as a deer rifle but I like having more guns.

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    I had a Hawkeye in 243 that I traded for a PM9 Blunt Nose

    Still have the Security Six, GP100, and Redhawk
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    I would have one, I have had a Security Six and a Speed Six already; so why not a Service Six.
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    I have a police service six in .357, I absolutely hate shooting that gun. I got it from my Dad after he passed and it just sucks to shoot. I've tried to give it to my older brother, but he won't take it from me cause it reminds him too much of Dad. I can't sell it cause of sentimental reasons, so it will sit in my safe until I die and I will either will it to my son or have it beaten into a plow blade.

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    I have a Ruger SRH in .454 casull, two Ruger Americans. The Americans are rimfires in .22 LR & .17HMR and both are accurate. The Super Redhawk is big & clunky and I thank God that it is because the recoil is brutal. The only Ruger that I regret selling was a model 77 International with a full stock in .308. I still don't know why I let it go.

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