Now carbon rings aside. I bought my Ruger SP-101 brand new and .357's would stick and be very hard to extract no matter how clean. Ended up...
I bought my wife a blue one with black cylinder and barrel for out anniversary gift in September. We finally went and shot a few rounds through...
I bought my NEF 12 gauge when I turned 18 as my first firearm. I think I paid around $90 for it. Still looks like brand new. Still enjoy...
I have a 20" Big Boy Brass with an octagon barrel in .357 Magnum. It is a very nice rifle and fun to shoot.
I've been using Xtreme copper coated 158 gr round nose flat points in my SP-101, GP-100, and my Henry BBB and they shoot great in all of them....
They are my Hornady 140FTX 357 mag hand loads.
Here are mine, my SP-101 and GP-100.
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.
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