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Old 05-07-2012, 02:46 AM   #31
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When in doubt I always reach for WD-40.It has alot of cleaning properties yet it's not going to eat away at anything if you spray the whole thing down even in the internals.
I don't use WD-40 anything...I'd use a real oil. WD-40 is a water displacer (thus the WD) and while it may OK for cleaning I wouldn't use it for lubrication.
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Old 05-07-2012, 03:35 AM   #32
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Agree that there is something special about a Smith & Wesson wheelgun.

I've got a Model 29 and Model 686, both in 8 3/8" barrels that are my pride and joy. Then there's the Mod 19, Mod 66 and my wife's .38 Airweight that is her carry gun.

A Ruger GP100 is a hard gun to wear out and it stout as it can be. Colts are beautifully finished out guns. . . but there's something special about a S&W.

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But, I have a Ruger revolver and it was made in the good ole USofA, too.
Why the sad face, Winds? Rugers are awesome revolvers!
I dont know about the GP series, but in all my reloading books theres a Ruger only section, with higher power loadings that cant be shot in other guns....
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:39 PM   #34
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I just wanted to share this pic I took,I don't know why it looks so different than most of my pics but it does.It looks in charge.

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It's nice to see more .44 lovers out there. I have many .44's, several S&W's. 629 Classic, 329PD, and 629 Talo. My Rugers include... Vaquero, Bisley, Super Blackhawk, Redhawk, and my best Ruger... Alaskan 44.

My favorite round, Buffalo Bore 340 Hard Cast. These bad boys only work in the Rugers......

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