ruger gp-100 357 price check (lcr's also)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by forrest r, Jun 4, 2021.

  1. forrest r

    forrest r Member

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    I have nothing to do with Dunham's sporting goods, just check their website every now and then. You can order firearms from their warehouse and have them sent to your local store (free) to do the paperwork and pick them up.

    I saw that they had the standard blued ruger gp-100 in 357 with a 6" bbl for $649 + tax. There's also some lcr's listed also.
    https://shootingstore.dunhamssports.com/product-category/revolvers

    Don't know if that is a good price or not. I don't want or need 1, just figured I'd post this link to let people know that they are out there for this price.
     
  2. Riomouse911

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    Used ones gave been going for that or more on GB, that’s not too bad for today’s silliness.

    Stay safe.
     
  3. bigpower491
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    Yea thats not bad. I was in the Sterling Hts MI store the other day, they had a whole lot of nothing
    I've seen NIB on the broker from right there to $749
    Stainless about $50-75 more.
    I like the 5 inch stainless Davidsons, those are around 850-899
    I guess if I wouldn't have signed on for a once in a lifetime revolver, 1 or 3 of those be gracing the shelves in one safe or another here.
     
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  4. Trashyshoots

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    I'd hit it if I was in the market.

    @bigpower491
    Details! What did you buy?
     
  5. forrest r

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    I didn't buy anything.

    Dunham's sporting goods has a national website, that is the link ! posted in my initial post. If you have a Dunham's sporting goods store near you. You can order any firearm they have listed in stock and have it sent to your local store (free). They will email you when it gets there.

    Just go in and do the paperwork and pay for it at your loacal Dunham's sporting goods store.
     
  6. bigpower491
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    Well......I worked my hind end off since last November and lost 50 pounds that I needed to. I wanted to reward myself for the dedication I put into it, and still put in every day. Kinda went a little overboard when I caught a glimpse of a sweet Freedom 83 Premier in .357 . Alot of the upgrades done to it. Probably shouldn't have, but hey, you only live once, I got a favorable refund coming sooner or later, and Colt Pythons are 2 grand. Screw it, there certainly won't be a Brinks truck following the hearse, might as well buy a fine American made revolver. Always wanted one, and with a little patience and the IRS getting off their duffs and depositing the check, I should be knocking off the balance end of the month.
    We'll see how we go.
    But......I have been parting with some other things lately, and another GP100 certainly isn't out of the question this year, either. I still look at em.....
     
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    Congrats on the weight loss bigpower491.

    $649 seems fair. Several years ago I think I paid $100 more for the Wiley Clapp model. 20 years ago by father bought a 4" for $450. I also bought a 5" 10mm for around $750 I think, in early 2020.
     
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