Jim from Smoke on the Water is looking to sell part of his collection to finance a trip. If you're a resident of Tejas, you can use the ELGS™ to purchase "off-paper," or, if you're a resident of another state, he'll ship to your FFL dealer. Jim's looking to sell a Ruger Security-Six, a blued 4" barreled .357 Magnum revolver. Rugers are known for their reliability and ruggedness - if six rounds of hollowpoint don't do it, you can bludgeon the perp to death with it. It is blued with adjustable sights.
Now, only one very minute flaw exists in the Ruger I'm selling. A tiny, tiny point of pitting had started on the edge of the trigger-guard before the gun came into my possession. It has been treated, leaving behind a point of lightness in the blueing, which is no larger than the diameter of a fine pencil-lead. Frankly, it's damn near imperceptable, but I'd be less than perfectly honest if I failed mention it.I'd give him an offer myself, but I just blew my accumulated gun-money on a Ruger Single-Six (that cost, retail, almost as much as Jim's opening reserve - so it's a good deal. Go make a bid to SOTW_Jim -AT - hotmail -DOT- com. Replace the -AT- and -DOT- with the appropriate symbols. (DIE, SPAMBOTS, DIE!)
My reserve is $325, plus the $30 for insured shipping to the FFL dealer of your choice.
Just for the record, this gun truly is surplus to my needs. My S&W Model 28 is all the .357 I'll ever need, and I'll be just as happy (happier, given the circumstances) with the cash. In short, I'm not parting with a sentimental icon which ought to stay in the family.
It's just a gun, but a damned nice one. And it's for sale.