Site riger gp100

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by mrbirdguy, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. mrbirdguy

    mrbirdguy New Member

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    Have a 6 in stainless ruger gp 100 I was wondering how I could prove my favorite gun including the sites should Amy trigger work be needed? What could I do to make it evin more awesome thanks what would you what sites would you recommend?
     
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  3. mrbirdguy

    mrbirdguy New Member

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    Site upgrade what site would you recommend for Eugene gp100
     
  4. ckwing13

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    Mr Bird
    Other then putting a scope on it, the factory sights should be good. I have a 4in GP100 and factory sights. I can easily qualify any LEO pistol qualifier. If you really have trouble with the sights then I would recommend a scope. With little difficulty a rail mount can be added and the scope and rings attached. Look on MidwayUSA website for both. Good luck with your GP100 upgrade.
     
  5. mrbirdguy

    mrbirdguy New Member

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    Yeah but I would like simpering alittle more we sifferent
     
  6. TimKS

    TimKS Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I have two stainless 6" Ruger Gp-100's. I've tried mounted scopes, red dots & other various sites, but always go back to the original factory sites for best results.
     
  7. mrbirdguy

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    I saw a gun on one of those gun showes on tv share they put a orange front site on a gun and a white outline on the back I think tahi is about what I want to do wimping different
     
  8. JohnJak

    JohnJak New Member

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    I just don't know what to say.
     
  9. mrbirdguy

    mrbirdguy New Member

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    Where can I get a site like that to fit on it
     
  10. BillM

    BillM Active Member Supporter

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    Try Brownell's. Looks like they have several for the GP100.

    Dawson Precision and Hi-Vis offer fiber optic fronts--popular and
    easy to install.

    For something a bit unique (and a bit more money), try
    the Bowen Classic Arms Rough Country sights.