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Ruger GP100

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by gutterman, Dec 9, 2010.

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  1. gutterman

    gutterman Member

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    Just wondering how much should one expect to pay for a 98% or even a NIB Gp100 these days? Had one years ago, bought at a gun show new for $280. This was the SS version, which is all I'm interested in. Which I had kept it, but you all know how it is when you see something else you just got to have. I've looked on the different gun auction sites, but there were few 4" SS versions , which is what I want.
     
  2. Blue Brick

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    About $400+
     
  3. funkeecowboy

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    Around $400 is a great price. I've been seeing them $30-50 higher.
     
  4. TUBBY1

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    Just found one for 500 and felt good about it.no tax or shipping just ffl transfer of 25.best i could find nib.
     
  5. ErictheRed

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    I know that my area is on the expensive side, but a 4" stainless model NIB is close to $600 around here. 500 or under would be a deal.
     
  6. Just One Shot

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    Too bad you aren't in Ohio. I have one for sale for $475.00 with the 4.20" barrel but no one around here has any money to spare especially this time of year.


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  7. Zebraranger

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    Used GP100's in nice condition in my area seem to be going for around $475. to $500. I paid $425 for my 6" GP100 about 2 to 3 years ago.
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  8. RevDerb

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    I just bought a like new 6" GP100 (blue) through GunsAmerica for $425 + $20 shipping and felt that it was a VERY good buy.
     
  9. jad0110

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    In my area, NIB 4" SS GPs sell for $500 - $520.

    Used, $400 - $425.
     
  10. GP100man

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    The last used GP `round here was `bout 6yrs ago for $325, I opted for a new old stock for $399, she was a diamond in the ruff so to speak but the barrel was on straight & a crisp SA trigger & gap & cyl line up was as good as any !
     
  11. Snobal

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    Out here in the wilderness: NIB = $550 for stainless.

    Used: whatever the seller is willing to let it go for.....

    I've been wanting another 4" GP100 but refuse to order one only to discover when it arrives that the B/C gap is big enough to through a dog through, or the barrel and cylinder don't line up, or the barrel is screwed on way too much or too little....

    So when I recently found a used (but like NIB) GP100 that had good timing, B/C Gap, alignment, etc. etc., I didn't mind paying "new" price for it.

    With "normal" measurements, it shoots home-cast lead bullets quite nicely, thank you!:)

    I only have a couple-hundred rounds through it, but it looks like a "keeper." 6-shot, 25-yard groups from sandbags are going less than 2" C-T-C. I am pleased.:D

    JMHO - YRMV.
     
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