Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Help Our Wounded Soldiers!...

...and win a very fine firearm!

Ruger is offering a really rare treat for patriotic, soldier-supporting Americans this week.  This Security Six has been hiding in Ruger's vaults for more than thirty years, and now it can be yours, if you will only take a few minutes to set up your bids on GunBroker.  Here is part of Ruger's writeup:  "This week’s auction is a 6-shot, .357 Magnum caliber, Security-Six double-action revolver. The serial number is 158-13427 and has a testfire date of December 2, 1981. This revolver is stainless steel with a brushed satin finish. Features include a 4” heavy barrel; checkered walnut grip panels with silver-colored Ruger® Eagle medallions inlaid in the panels; a square butt; windage and elevation adjustable, white outline notch rear sight; and a red ramp front sight. “CSP X2” is stamped on the left-side of the frame right behind the cylinder. No records were found as to what the “CSP” stands for. The “X2” refers to “Example 2” which tells us this was likely an example revolver for either a police or park department."

This revolver might have been made for California, Colorado, Connecticut, or any city in the U.S. that is spelled with a capital C.  The GP-100 has replaced the Security Six, and this may well be your last chance to buy a factory new example of this fine .357 handgun.  Click the picture, OR HERE, to make your bid.  

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