Includes the Six Series, Red Hawks, Super Redhawks, GP100s and SP101s.
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I had the winning GB bid on this 1980 Speed Six 2.75" 357 recently. While a common model, it's tight and in pretty nice condition for 40 years old. It handles shooting 357 mag so much better than my SP101 2.25" with the extra 10 ounces and the compact Pachmayr grips. With each range trip it's becoming my favorite revolver.
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Those old Six Series revolvers are hard to beat!
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The best of defensive carry guns!
And it will outlast your kids if maintained.
Worth pursuing another!
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IMO those Security, Service and Speed Six are some of the best revolvers out there. Congrats on a nice acquisition, enjoy.
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