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    A new old security 6 owner

    Hi, after a little research I bought a security 6 today. One thing that people kept reminding of is that this gun has been discontinued. Ok fine, but I'm sure that there is still a big accessory market for it. My question is can you fine people point me in the direction of a good website, or N AZ ( Prescott area) gun shop that I could find a speed loader and grips for the gun. I bought the gun at J & G sales here in Prescott, and they just suggested looking on the web.

    Thanks in advance
    Jason

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    Try Midway, they have the speedloaders:

    http://www.midwayusa.com/esearch.exe...r=all_products

    and grips:

    http://www.midwayusa.com/browse/Brow...2658***8620***


    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt View Post
    Perfect. Thank you

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    The Security-Six,Service-Six, and Speed-Six were replaced with the GP-100 series in 1987. There's still some parts and accessories out there but they are getting used up. Don hume still has holsters for them if you need one. I have two and they are great shooters.
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    There are two gun shops around 8 miles from downtown on highway 69 another going out of town to the south. I know how to get to them but don't know the names or addresses. Break out that old fashioned book called the Yellow Pages.

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    Have the exact same gun in .38 and love it. Rugged and dependble. My only problem is that it seems to be a bit heavy.

    Good luck with it and I will be watching this thread to look for info as well.

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    Those are some very sexy guns, Baldy.

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    More links for you...

    Grips:

    http://www.cdnninvestments.com/ruger3.html

    Great sale on the MK3A HKS speedloaders here:

    http://www.natchezss.com/product.cfm...K3%20%26%20MK5

    This is the loader chart that shows what HKS speedloaders fit what guns (MK3A for Ruger Sec 6):
    http://www.shooterscatalog.com/chart...eed-loader.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
    Those are some very sexy guns, Baldy.

    -Jeff-

    Same gun BeefyBeeo. I put a spurless hammer in it for awhile but I didn't care for it. I left the Tyler-T-Grips on it. It's a very accurate revolver out to 50' anyways. They are getting hard to fine that's for sure.

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    There are two stores on 69 in Prescott Valley. Prescott Valley Guns and High Noon has a range in the store High Country Guns on 89 south across from Safeway. All three carry speedloaders.
    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain

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    oops. I forgot Mazys in Chino Valley. Great place with a fantastic gunsmith.
    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it." -Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumby99 View Post
    Hi, after a little research I bought a security 6 today. One thing that people kept reminding of is that this gun has been discontinued. Ok fine, but I'm sure that there is still a big accessory market for it. My question is can you fine people point me in the direction of a good website, or N AZ ( Prescott area) gun shop that I could find a speed loader and grips for the gun. I bought the gun at J & G sales here in Prescott, and they just suggested looking on the web.

    Thanks in advance
    Jason
    Great gun, bought one new in the 70's. Easy to work on, did some trigger work on mine (a little stoning for a smoother pull), still a great shooter after many many rounds.

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    I put a set of hogue monogrips on my security six. Absolutely love the gun. A person will never go wrong buying a security six.

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