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Ruger GP100 Double-Action Revolver – Blued

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.357 Remington Magnum

Blued

Black

Barrel Length:
4.2"

Round Capacity:
6

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
40 oz.

.357 Remington Magnum

Blued

Black

Barrel Length:
6"

Round Capacity:
6

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
45 oz.

Ruger® GP100 is a rugged and reliable Double-Action Revolver that serves equally well for field carry in the outdoors, home defense, law enforcement, and target shooting. The Blued GP100 is built on a robust, medium/heavy frame of premium carbon steel. To withstand recoil from heavy 357 loads, a triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front, rear, and bottom so it stays aligned without getting sloppy over time. A full-length rib along the top of the barrel adds weight, and provides ample steel to dovetail the front sight, making the sight easily replaceable. The rear sight is fully adjustable for windage and elevation, and the factory ramp front sight is easily seen, while providing minimal interference when drawing the sidearm from a holster. The angle of the GP100's peg-style grip frame, and the recoil cushioning Hogue® Monogrip®, greatly absorb recoil and allow the shooter to stay on target while firing the revolver in double-action mode. A full-length ejector rod shroud puts extra weight out front to reduce muzzle flip, allowing for faster sight acquisition on follow up shots. The Ruger GP100 has a smooth double-action trigger pull, and a clean, crisp break in single-action. The solid frame of the GP100 has no side plate, and the revolver disassembles into large subassemblies with no tools, aiding to ease maintenance in the field. As with all Ruger Double-Action Revolvers, the GP100 features the patented Ruger transfer bar mechanism that provides an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge—the revolver can be dropped directly on its hammer and will not fire without the trigger being pulled all the way to the back. The Ruger GP100 Double-Action Revolver is solidly built sidearm that will serve a lifetime of hard use. Made in the USA.

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Everyone loves it My friends and I have gone to the range at least nine times since I got this nice revolver from Bass Pro. At the range, we rent a variety of guns , like Glocks, but everyone likes the GP100 the best. At the end of each range day, I ask which guns they liked the most and everyone says the GP100 is their favorite. Pros: 1)Easy to operate even with the hottest 357 magnum loads. 2)Everyone can load and shoot it very well; someone who has never shot before knows exactly how to use it. 3)People are also blown away by its beauty. The 6" blued barrel just looks amazing when you're holding it. The picture on this site does it no justice. 4)Tough; I have yet to hold a revolver with more metal on it. 5) Easy to take apart, if you follow the instructions, except for the trigger guard. There are also videos online. Removing the Cylinder isn't hard, but requires practice. The more time I remove it, the more I like the design. Cons: 1)Removing the trigger guard is hard as heck. I've removed it about 6 times, but the first time required clamps applying pressure directly upon the button that releases the guard. The last time I removed it, however, wasn't that hard. So do it a few times and use a lubricant. It gets easier the more you do it. 2)Tight space between the firing pin and cylinder, meaning your cylinder might not close for a variety of reasons. This problem can be resolved quickly, as I've narrowed it down to two causes. Cause A: Primers can stick out. Cause B: the ejector has gun powder behind it, making it stick out a bit further than normal. 3) Finding grips for this gun in stores is impossible, unless you look online. November 3, 2013
Excellent gun I have owned my GP100 for almost 2 years now. This is hands down my favorite hand gun out of the 5 I own. This gun is built like a tank, consistently fires a nice tight group, and is quick and easy to clean after a day at the range. The recoil is not bad at all, I taught my 11 year old daughter how to shoot with this gun and she didn't have any problem controling it. I would recommend it to anyone that wants a larger caliber revolver. February 2, 2012
perrfect went to the bass pro in the dolphin mall and purchased this weapon and took it to the firing range the next day. worked like a pro! if you are more use to semi automatics a few speedloaders will work well for you! the ease of cleaning was one of the major advantages to it also July 18, 2011
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Yes the GP 100 is very accurate, just don't use junk ammo. Every firearm, handgun or rifle, shoots a little different with different ammo from different manufacturers. Try different loads and bullet weights until you find the one that best suits your particular gun. Be advised accuracy will generally be better with premium ammunition, so if you're just plicking once you find the best round for your gun in premium ammo, you can save $10/box by going with lower quality, just likely won't have the accuracy of the better grade ammo.
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yes at 50ft or less
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