New Ruger GP100 And SP101 Models
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At long last, Ruger has brought it's additional revolver chambers game to the Standard .357 Mag./.38 Spec. GP100 line up. The new 7-shots version of this cornerstone platform will be available with 2.5", 4.2" and 6" barrels with adjustable rear sights, fiber-optic front sights and "old school" wood-paneled synthetic grips. Other features include all-stainless steel construction, triple-locking cylinders and an MSRP of $899.
The sturdy and reliable compact SP101 line of concealed carry wheelguns grows with two new configurations. The 6-shot .327 Fed. Mag. version is now available with 3" barrel, low-profile fixed sights and a grip fitted with checkered wood inserts. Enjoy lower levels of felt recoil and even lower ammunition prices with the Standard 2.25" barrel 5-shot SP101 chambered in 9 mm. Full moon clips (three provided with each gun) are used to hold the rounds together for easy loading and to eject spent shell casings from the chamber. Suggested retail prices starts at $719.
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Author: B. Gil Horman - Tuesday, January 23, 2018 in American Rifleman