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RUGER GP100

RUGER GP100

SKU 1761

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$664.40 In stock

Retail price: $829.00 You save: $164.60

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Product Information & Specs

The Ruger GP100 is a rugged double-action revolver known for its dependability and accuracy. This revolver offers a smooth double-action trigger pull and a crisp break in single-action while a patented transfer-bar mechanism aids in preventing accidental discharges and the triple-locking cylinder provides positive alignment round after round. The robust stainless steel construction offers corrosion resistance and with no side plate this revolver can be broken down into several large subassemblies without any tools for easy maintenance on the field. Available in 22 LR 10mm 44 Special 9mm and 357 Mag the GP100 is equally suited for outdoor carry home and self defense and target shooting.

Details

Caliber 44 Special - Grips Hogue Monogrip - Front Sight Fiber Optic - Barrel Length 3 - Material Stainless Steel - Capacity 5 - Rear Sight Adjustable - Twist 120 RH - Finish Satin Stainless - Overall Length 8.50 - Weight 36 oz. - Grooves 6 - Triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front rear and bottom for more positive alignment and dependable operation shot after shot. - Patented grip frame design easily accommodates a wide variety of custom grips. - Takedown of integrated subassemblies requires no special tools and allows for easy maintenance and assembly. - Patented transfer bar mechanism provides an unparalleled measure of security against accidental discharge. - Recoil-reducing cushioned black rubber Hogue Monogrip

3" Barrel 2.3 lbs.
UPC 736676017614
Caliber 44 SMITH & WESSON SPECIAL
Action DOUBLE ACTION
Capacity 5 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 3" Barrel
Weight 2.3 lbs.













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