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My Custom GP100 (pics)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by jdmb03, Nov 9, 2004.

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  1. jdmb03

    jdmb03 Member

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    I sent my Ruger GP100 to David Clements for customizing and it arrived back home today. David was great to work with and it only took him a month to complete. Here's his website:
    http://www.clementscustomguns.com/

    I love this gun. Hope you enjoy the pics.
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  2. Gunsnrovers

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    Very nice.

    I want to send him my Blackhawk one of these days.
     
  3. W Turner

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    I have seriously thought of sending my blued GP 100 to him for the 10mm conversion. I just wish he could make them work with SW moon clips...


    W
     
  4. Fumbler

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    Beautiful!

    What kind of finish is that?
    Is it just bead blasted or has it been coated with something?
     
  5. jdmb03

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    It's a standard bead blast finish. Here are the before pics.
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  6. tc300mag1

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    Very Nice looking
     
  7. Stevel

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    That looks GREAT! Did it get an action job? How does it shoot?
     
  8. Gunsnrovers

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    It's amazing how much better Rugers look when they aren't wearing warning billboards. :D
     
  9. Jesse308

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    That looks awesome! :what: What work did you have done to it? And how much did it cost, if you don't mind me asking.
     
  10. Marshall

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    Great looking gun! :D Congrats!
     
  11. First Person Shooter

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    That is one of the nicest Ruger's I've ever seen. Make sure to give a range report after you shoot it.
     
  12. jdmb03

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    All the work I had done is cosmetic. The trigger was already nice and smooth so I didn't have anything done internally. The cost was $200 plus shipping. I haven't shot it yet, maybe this weekend.
     
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