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Old 09-15-2011, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default New Ruger SP101 22lr

Jumped on the Ruger site today and saw this. Already kinda want one...Ruger® SP101® Double-Action Revolver Models

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Old 09-15-2011, 04:49 PM   #2
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i wish theyd make something like this in .22 mag

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I really like the look of them, but they're a bit spendy for a 22.

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Yeah 22mag would be really nice. I'll probably wait a while if I do decide to get one. Lord knows I've bought enough handguns in the last few months... Or have I?

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You should look at the S&W Model 617 if you're gonna spend that much.

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You should look at the S&W Model 617 if you're gonna spend that much.
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I'm a huge fan of my S&W 17 (if you're going to get one, get the original). But it's still probably going to be at least $150 more than the Ruger. I'm going to be very interested to see what the Ruger has to offer.

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Street price on the .357 is more like $495. Hopefully, the .22lr will eventually come down to that or less. I got to play with an SP101 .357 at the range a few months back and really enjoyed it.

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Street price on the .357 is more like $495. Hopefully, the .22lr will eventually come down to that or less. I got to play with an SP101 .357 at the range a few months back and really enjoyed it.
I have the SP-101 in .357 and love it but if I was looking for a .22 I would go with the S&W 617 just for the style points. The SP-101 is a lets get down to business looking gun where the S&W 617 is a beauty queen.

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