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Old 09-19-2011, 01:24 AM   #11
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Im a bit jealous of the stainless im a sucker for a pretty stainless gun lol. I have a gp100 in stainless that i love taking to the range
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Old 09-19-2011, 01:44 AM   #12
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Im a bit jealous of the stainless im a sucker for a pretty stainless gun lol. I have a gp100 in stainless that i love taking to the range
I traded my Rossi for a Ruger P95 9mm,had some other autos but wasn't impressed with the auto's(except for the Ruger MK3) so I went all out and got myself another revolver.Stainless of course.
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I love the mark series 22s i have 2 mark2s one stainless target and one blued standard they are so much fun to shoot! But i love revolvers i want a 44mag next have decided whixh yet though. Here is a pic of my gp100
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Old 09-19-2011, 02:19 AM   #14
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Gp100 6" barrel
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I always wanted a GP100 in .357,I especially like your grips,I know some don't have those ones,my ideal .357 would be one like yours but with the 4.2"barrel,I probably won't get a .357 since I now have a .44M and light .44mag loads can do all a .357 can and more,but you can't beat shooting cheap .38s in that GP no matter how you look at it.
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I got a heck of a deal on that gun too at my lgs. I got it used for 400. It looked like it hadnt ever in been fired so i jumped right on it.
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I got a heck of a deal on that gun too at my lgs. I got it used for 400. It looked like it hadnt ever in been fired so i jumped right on it.
That's a good deal,around here they were $480 new a year ago,but within the last few months they went up to about $550 new or $500 for a new looking used one.
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My current tool. Smith and Wesson 65-2
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That smith looks like one buddy ryan has i havent got to shoot it yet though. But we may go to the range this weekend how do you like it
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I absolutely love it. the stock grips are a little small, even for my small hands, hence the carved up piece of wood in the pic.
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