Thanks, JohnKSa! After hearing such things from several members I was worried, but I’m very happy they did the extra mile and made the gun correct...
Yeah good luck with that.
My .38 Special GP100:
True, but some of the junk out of India that people buy use such tubing for their bores.
It’s pretty good. But if you don’t have a cap that fits snug on your nipples, it has a tendency to pull the cap off when removing the capper.
I’m glad you were wrong too LOL!
Gang, as some of you may know, I’ve recently purchased a new old stock unique Ruger GP100 variant with fixed sights, 4” barrel. and chambered in...
Ruger fixed the gun guys! They replaced the cylinder and also the trigger and pawl. Going to post a new thread about it for visibility...
That's why I live in the desert and shoot alone or with close trusteds only.
These guys make great stuff. There single action army clones are considered some of the best ever made.
I hate public ranges for this very reason.
Dang, smart idea. Going to drop them a letter with photo of the grips and see if they’ll be cool about it.
I plan to write Shop Ruger to ask them to make sure to match the set on the return form if I end up sending them back in. Currently on the fence.
Just bought this GP100 grip from Ruger and the color of the wood panels don’t match. Think I should return them?
What’s it do special?
Putting out over 500 ft-lbs of muzzle energy with the 55 grain Swiss.
That smokes a .45 ACP.
Seems perhaps these cap and ball revolvers are not...
Cabelas used to be so cool, now it’s not a good one.
Ambidextrous (colloquially called “ambi” by the tactical guys) seems to be a “necessity” for the “tactical community” to accept a handgun as “fit...
Breaking news from a leak on the net that Fabriqud Nationale is going to resume the production of Hi Power pistols, this...
Nobody wants a revolver that is wider than it is long.
The short barrel might make concealing easier, but the fat cylinder makes them about as...
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