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Old 05-18-2009, 02:28 PM   #11
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Here ya go,less than 10$-
MidwayUSA - Wilson Combat Custom-Tune Spring Kit Ruger SP101
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MidwayUSA - Wolff Shooter's Spring Pack Ruger SP-101





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Thanks for tip stalkingbear. Do you know roughly how much that kit costs? I called the shop and had them put it back for me so i'll be heading that way later this week.
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Thanks! Hey, who is the little one you got there?

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NP! Always glad to help. That's my newest grandson.

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Congradulations! How many do you have? My mother in law has been hinting and wanting grandkids but we're just not there yet. Unless the good Lord has different plans we're going to wait for a couple more years.

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The Ruger is a great revolver & choice. I would recommend (as always) to have a Wolff spring kit installed. It'll still be reliable but the double action trigger pull will be 40% less felt pull weight. It'll be especially important if you have the hammer spur removed to make it DAO.
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That's what I'm here for-to help where I can & put my opinion where I can't help. LOL! I have 3 grandsons & 3 granddaughters.

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6 grandkids huh? I'm sure they keep you busy! Got any of them shooting yet?

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That's what I'm here for-to help where I can & put my opinion where I can't help. LOL! I have 3 grandsons & 3 granddaughters.
I'm right behind you with 5 grand kids.


1 Ruger SP-101 for me, and a little easier for me to CCW than it's big brother, the GP-100. Also draws less attention in public than slingin an M14. (go figure )
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