Please check Cimmaron.com and go to their specialy pistols until you find the Evil Roy pistol.
This is an excellent pistol for which a great deal of engineering and customization has occurred making it, in my humble opinion, a better revolver for sports such as cowboy shooting. Not that Rugers are sub-standard in any way, just that this is a very affordable customized pistol that I feel will give you a competitive advantage.
andrew cochran: Sir; the venerable Single Six come in a couple different versions. .22-.22&22mag. -.32
Having one is like keeping a good friend. Tough, capable of many years of good shooting.
Yes I have 1 and intend to add to with 4 1/5 -6.5 9.5 with a Single Six .17hmr to spend time with the bigger brothers at the house or in the field.
I would never put a rubber grip on a single action revolver. Single action revolvers are meant to roll in your hand when fired. Rubber (unless hard rubber, which is OK) is not for SA revolvers, IMO. I save the "stickly" rubber grips for double action revolvers.
ironic that one would ask this question. I've been looking for a single six for a christmas present for my brother. I dont own one but Ive shot one.. and wow. it had the rose wood grips it feels like it and your hand were just made for eachother.
i have a .22LR-.22mag single six. what a great little gun. i have a 1911 and another on the way. and i always find myself takeing the single six with me when i go to shoot the 1911. i would like to get a 32 to go with the 22. for the price and reliability of these guns i would be foolish not to have at least 3 before im done.
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