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Old 01-24-2010, 04:33 PM   #11
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Wolff will sell you a trigger spring and a hammer spring. Replacement is pretty easy. However, my suggestion is to shoot it for a while to get used to it first. Then you can always change the springs out later.

My favorite revolver holster is the Bianchi 111 Cyclone. DeSantis also makes a good holster and the Triple K Lightning is also good.

As far as accessories, I prefer Pachmayr finger groove grips over the Hogues that Ruger supplies. Hogue also makes wood finger groove grips for the GP100 series.

Oh, yeah, pick up a couple of speedloaders and practice with them.

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Yeah i dont think my ruger is near needing that. Thank you. I just traded an old shotgun for a taurus pt25 so I need to get this thing in check. People are saying that they have lots problems with them, the only thing I see is the magazines are cheap and don't feed well

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Shoot the damn thing!

Don't go messing up a system engineered assembly until you find something that's wrong!

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Shoot the damn thing!
Cane, always straight to the point....I agree.
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This is a fun gun for target practice, but a bit big and heavy for home protection. Buy 38 or 357 bullets at Big 5, Walmart (are they still selling?) or you can usually grab a box at your gun range. And stop writing "wanna" on this blog post. Gun enthusiasts have better grammar than that. Good grammar means knowing the difference between knowing your s***, and knowing you're s***.

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This is a fun gun for target practice, but a bit big and heavy for home protection. Buy 38 or 357 bullets at Big 5, Walmart (are they still selling?) or you can usually grab a box at your gun range. And stop writing "wanna" on this blog post. Gun enthusiasts have better grammar than that. Good grammar means knowing the difference between knowing your s***, and knowing you're s***.

Welcome new guy! Firearms enthusiasts also have calendars. It's a bit dusty here, and the OP probably has his GP-100 well figured out by now.

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