Gun Report

Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible #0624 22 LR/22 WMR $569 (Grade: A- 2014)

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The Ruger had excellent sights, and with the slightly larger grip, it was easier to shoot well. Loading and unloading were tedious.

Ruger New Model Single-Six Convertible #0624 22 LR/22 WMR $569 (Grade: A- 2014)

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Home Defense
Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The sight picture on the Ruger was excellent, plus it allowed a user to adjust the sights; the Heritage had fixed sights.
Ruger countersunk each chamber in the Single-Six’s cylinder (left); Heritage countersunk the entire surface of the cylinder rear (right), leaving a ridge.
The grooved Ruger base pin (right) was easier to grasp than the finely knurled Heritage base pin (left).
The Single-Six has a transfer bar to block the hammer from hitting the firing pin. Both SA triggers were crisp and light.

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