Originally Posted by lastrebel
I like mine I just bought it week ago.And thats a good price as well took it today first time shot 50 rounds no jams
Not be rude, but revolvers don't jam. The GP100 can handle tens
of thousands of rounds with absolutely NO
maintenance other than periodic cleaning.
As far as the .327 goes. I was totally
uninterested at first, but after further review it is not as impractical as I initially thought. In addition to .32 S&W longs you can also shoot regular sport .32 S&W and .32 H&R Magnum. Definitely a good selling point.
for practice rounds (.32 and .32 long) you will pay at least
10 cents more per round for the cheap stuff and close to .25 cents more per cartridge for magnum round in either .32 H&R or .327. It is also more scarce than the older cartridges by far.
The extra chamber is handy as well as something different rather than the same old .38/.357, if that's what give you kicks, but in my opinion. . . "Why fix it if it ain't broke?"
As far as the GP100 in .38 special only. WHY???
I couldn't imagine having that tank of a gun that couldn't take full house .357 loads. It would eliminate a large spectrum of the gun's purpose. . . A MOUNTAIN GUN.
Go ahead and take your chances with a .38 vs. black bear.