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    ruger single six

    I picked up a single six 22lr/22mag.I ran the numbers it was made 1978. It's Blue 6 1/2 barrel ,rosewood grips finish 99%.Paid $250 Gun looks new,very tight action,smooth trigger,adjustable sights. I hope it will make a nice plinker. Anyone else have one?

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    Re: ruger single six

    Don't have one, but would like too. A buddy has one and it is a great plinker and a lot of fun. How 'bout a pic?
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    Re: ruger single six

    Yep, pics are always greatly appreciated. Congrats on your purchase.
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    Re: ruger single six

    Sounds nice, let us know how it shoots!
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    Re: ruger single six

    I have 2 stainless ones. they are both very accurate and I dont think you could ever wear one out if you tried! 2 of the best investments I have made in a long time. I think you'll enjoy it.

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    Re: ruger single six

    I had one, made in 1973, one of the first runs of the new model. It was a 5-1/2" barrel with Rosewood grips. Very nice gun. Very accurate, too. Too bad, but some SOB stole it from me. The recent models do not have the finish of the older guns.
    I, actually, chose a Heritage Rough Rider over a new Single six. Though the RR wasn't as pretty as the SS, the SS was NOT 2-1/2 times worth the RR. BTW, the Rough Rider is quite accurate for a SA .22.
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    Re: ruger single six

    Had one I use to hunt groundhogs with growing up . . . loved it wish I still had it
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    Re: ruger single six

    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus_9mm
    Yep, pics are always greatly appreciated. Congrats on your purchase.
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    Re: ruger single six

    Nice catch and great little guns. I had one with a 4 5/8 barrel and it was surprisingly accurate. Sold it to a buddy who hounded me for it for years. Wish I had it back.

    With the .22 mag cylinder in the fireball at dusk was quite impressive.

    I know one should always wear ear protection with any pistol, even a .22 but the .22 mag just killed me. There is something about the sonic crack of a mag out of a pistol length barrel that just drives me up a wall.
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    Re: ruger single six

    shoots very well. Thank You all for your post i think i will be happy with this pistol. got to work on the pics my son has my camera. will post soon!

 

 
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