Right now, my stainless Security Six is at Clark Custom Gunsmiths getting turned into the Super Security Six.
Remember, this is the stainless 1982 gun, not the blued 1970s gun. The stainless gun is getting turned into an action shooting machine by Clark. The first mod is an action job, which I’ve specified must be left heavy enough to crack factory primers. Because my ammo situation is frequently catch-as-catch-can, I don’t have the luxury of having the action tuned so light that it will only crack crush-fit Federal primers.
The next important modifications are the removal of the hammer spur, and the removal of the SA notch on the hammer itself. This will convert the gun to a true DA gun, which is what I prefer for Bianchi Cup. The final mod will be cutting the gun for moonclips. I like moonclipped guns for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that I never lose my brass. I’ve struck a deal with an ammo company to provide brass for them to load, and keeping Starline .38 brass around is always a good thing. Plus, if I want to shoot USPSA revolver, moonclips are a must.
I’m looking forward to seeing the finished product from Clark, it should be a great gun. To complete the retro competition gun, I’ve ordered a Tyler T-Grip to give me a little bit more gripping area.