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found a SS gp 100 6inch with wood grips w rubber insert

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by mptrimshop, Dec 12, 2010.

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  1. mptrimshop

    mptrimshop Member

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    $360 but i'm going to have to have it shipped so i'm figuring about $60 on top of that so i will be at $420 total......good deal?
     
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    Score! Absolutely, provided its mint.
     
  3. 19-3Ben

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    ^^^^^ Agreed.
     
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    I'd buy it for that.
     
  5. mptrimshop

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    i have had my eye out for one with those grips for about a year now.......i'm going to go look at it tomorrow.....i will shoot a few pics....i'm not real familiar with wheel guns(but i have been DIEING TO GET A MAG). It seems these grips are getting harder and harder to find.
     
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    why did stop maikng those grips....any ideas?
     
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  7. Lucky Derby

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    I have never seen such a grip. For years the standard GP100 grip was rubber with a wood insert, but wood, with a rubber insert? :what:
     
  8. mptrimshop

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    you know what i ment.....
     
  9. Lucky Derby

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    Yeah, I did, but had to have some fun. No harm intended.

    BTW, congrats on a nice wheelgun.
     
  10. mptrimshop

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    it's all good brotha......the gun was a no go ...it was a 4 inch model.....holding out for the 6
     
  11. GP100man

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    Grip change

    Corporate take over of company & Mr. Lett that made the grips retired !!!

    I`m lookin for the wood grip that`s like the panel grips !!!
     
  12. tango2echo

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    Local store has one for $400 in nearly new condition with the wood/rubber grips and a set of Houges. SS 6" bbl and original box ($375 would walk with it plus tax) I am trying to find a reason not to buy a FOURTH GP100. :what:

    t2e
     
  13. MIL-DOT

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    I've been considering a second GP100.....but (gasp!!) ...a FOURTH one ???
    Why....why.....that's just CRAZY TALK !!!!!! :D


    And, back to the OP, please tell me you didn't pass on a $360 SS GP100 because it was a 4" rather than a 6" ????? Please !!!
     
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  14. mptrimshop

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    where do ya live?
     
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    "Where do I live" ?? Easy there,killer, I was just joking with the bat comment !!!! :D
    But seriously, I'm in the quasi-sovereign state of Georgia.
    I'm listenin'.
     
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