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Jumped on the SP101 Wagon

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Rokyudai, Sep 20, 2008.

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  1. Rokyudai

    Rokyudai Member

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    ...and haven't looked back. Just returned from the 'smith's shop and after a few hours of me steel polishing, I think I am done.

    Work done:
    -Bobbed hammer
    -Took off writing on both sides of barrel
    -evened out the finish
    Cost: (some people were asking) $120

    Me:
    -added a monogrip bought through Sportsman's Warehouse $15
    -polished till m'fingers and shoulders hurt. Used "Titanium" Wheel Polish by Black Magic. Found it at Target $7
    Cost: $22


    Now my bride wants the gun! I may have to go back to the shop again... like that is a bad thing!

    Here are some pics...sorry I am not as talented as a lot of the folks here are with a camera. :eek:
     

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  2. k9stang

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    Looks great!!!

    I was looking at one of those today.
     
  3. fxstchewy

    fxstchewy Member

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    I like that SP101........Nice :)
     
  4. ice monkey

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    Nice job!
     
  5. Gideon

    Gideon Member

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    That's really sharp!! I have the 3" version but I'm thinking of getting the 2" dao model. I'll keep the hammer and 3" for the woods and roughing around and fix up the sharter one for ccw.

    Nice looking; add some wood and it'll be beautiful even if it isn't as comfortable to fire!
    God Bless
    Gideon
     
  6. guntotinguy

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    Very nice...I have a 2" and its an amazing durable revolver...
     
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