You can also get an SP-101 or LCR, as well as many others, chambered in 9 mm as well. But you'll have to use moon clips.
I CCW my SS 2.25" SP-101 SADA often, IWB. It only weighs 2 oz less then my SR9c and is a little smaller at the grip for me so its a little more...
My GP-100 and my SP-101 these are my most favorite to shoot.
Just cut 100 pieces of LC 5.56 brass down, sized and processed and primed ready to load. Loaded 100 rounds of 357 Magnum with some Alliant 2400.
Count me in.
I just purchased the Frankfort Arsenal Perfect Seat hand primer. It does an amazing job .
I used gloss white Testors model paint on my SP-101, GP-100, and the GI sights of my 1911. Made a world of a difference for me.
My little Ruger revolver family.
Exactly what I did to mine. Along with some minor polishing. Very smooth.
Loaded 100 rounds of .300 blackout yesterday. Trying out some Hornady 125 gr. SST over some CFE-BLK.
I load .380, 9mm, 38 special, 357 magnum, and .45 ACP.
Primed 200 cases of 5.56 and 34 cases of 300 blackout. Hope to get them loaded tomorrow evening.
I had used Titegroup for .38 Special and CFE pistol for .357 Magnum. Now I use BE-86 for .38 and 2400 for .357 Magnum in my 4.25" Ruger GP-100....
Loaded up 200 .45 ACP last night with some CFE-pistol.
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