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    Default 1976 single six

    I picked this up for 240 at local shop.
    Both cylinders are numbered to gun,it came with manual but no box.
    I looked for a box on ebay but the are much to high.
    They had one that wasnt 1976 and only had .22 longrifle cylinder for 200 I probaly should have offer 350 for the pair.
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    Wonderful revolver at a good price. Mine (Dad's) did a lot of trapline duty, long gone to my oldest brother. I wish that I still had that one, if even just to use. Got to have the magnum cylinder but 200 is still good.
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    As I recall, I paid around $98 for my 1975 Single Six. No box, but it has both cylinders. Saw lots of carry while desert hunting over the years.
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    Good score. You have the red cylinder bag which, given the choice, I would rather have than the box. But, I'm not a collector so you should ignore my opinions.

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    I think this is the Super Single Six adjustable rear sights. My Single six has the half moon front sight and just a groove for the rear. Made 1969 with 2 cylinders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsisme View Post
    I think this is the Super Single Six adjustable rear sights. My Single six has the half moon front sight and just a groove for the rear. Made 1969 with 2 cylinders
    Definitely a Super Single Six and a steal at $240 and both cylinders, at least based on what I see in East Tejas.
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    I found my Single Six (though I guess mine is a "super" as well since it has the adjustable rear sight and red velvet bag with .22WMR cylinder) at the local gun shop a few years back for $325. It had just came in on consignment from an old timer who'd passed away. There were several other really nice guns from that collection there that I wish I could have taken home as well but this one called to me and was within my budget. Pretty sure it was made in late 70's. I love shooting this gun. :D

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