I personally would never trade a Ruger for a Glock. Unless I could trade it for 6 Glocks and then I would sell them and get a Ruger.
Where is the fun in buying something when you can make it.
in addition to all the good reasons to keep the security six over the glock is wheelguns are less complicated to load, make safe and make ready, and simple to shoot, and its easy to learn to shoot them. good in a pinch for women or others that may be in your party that may not be used to operating semi's. just a thought.
keep it ... get a lever to match it
If you took a tupperware gun, a Smith & Wesson revolver and a Ruger revolver and shot them all until they broke, the tupperware gun would break first, the Smith and Wesson would break much later, and the Ruger...well it just never will break.
If possible, never sell or trade a Ruger ( or S&W for that matter), just use the ones you have until you are able to purchase the one you want later down the road.
Thats a dilemma, but if you do decide to sell it lmk I have been looking for a good 357 to go with my LA 357.
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Thanks for talking me off the ledge gang!
I decided that if I was asking.......that deep down, I knew the answer = Keep it!
Hey........this thread is worthless without pictures, right!
Them are two sweet wheel guns you have there!
I wish I had a Security Six. They are great pistols from a great company. I have sent 2 Rugers back to the factory for repairs (a 10-22 and a Mini 14) and they fixed them both for free. I'll bet they will do the same if your Security Six ever breaks.
There's a retired NM State cop who is a member of our local gun club. He ALWAYS wins any pistol shooting competitions (combat or score) that he enters, using a Security Six. My S&W model 19 and I are always right behind him, but I've never beat him.