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Old 03-11-2011, 12:32 PM   #1
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Default I finally picked up a GP100

I've been wanting another 6" 357 for a little while since I baby the one I currently have and I needed one that could be more of a woods gun. I found this.

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I don't think the guy owned a cleaning kit but it doesn't appear to have been shot too much. I got a box of 357 ammo with it and for what I paid I couldn't let it go.

I'm definately hitting the range this weekend with two new guns.



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Nifty there revolver boy. You should come down and visit tomorrow and go to our action shoot in Savannah...



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I would love to but unfortunately I've got an all date with a small block Ford that's destined for an early Bronco.

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Congrats on your latest shooter addition there Spitty!

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Congratulations, you already know how they shoot.

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I've actually never shot a GP but my SP101 is awesome.

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Sure looks good! Can you post pics of you duel wielding?

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I had a 6" GP100 and it was a great wheel gun. Made .38's feel like .22's and .357's feel like .38's and super easy to take apart.

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I have been lusting after one of those for quite a while now, you lucky dog!

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I didn't know you hadn't fired one. Anyway, you're gonna' love it.



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