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Ruger Police Service Six .357 Mag.

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This gun was the most accurate in the test and cost the least.

Ruger Police Service Six .357 Mag.

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Home Defense
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This gun fit the most hands and afforded the highest grip, essential to controlling recoil.
The Security Six, at the time of its introduction in 1971, was hailed as an advanced double-action design. Most of the working parts can be removed as a single unit out of the bottom of the revolver.
If you are used to seeing a big black rear blade, you will be slower on sight with this arrangement until you learn to use it.
The walnut grip is only a brief set of "old-school" panels with the frame exposed all around.

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