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Don’t be a dick, Jay. Better trigger than stock S&Ws now. I think Ruger and the other gun companies are still in “crankin’ ’em out” mode due to the Great Gun Panic – though that should not be the case for a competition gun like the Match Champion (shame on you, Ruger). Why cant both guns be great? Inside-the-purse carry doesn’t seem feasible, either, though this piece may fit in your car’s glove box. I go 6′ 3″, 265 lbs. This is a super well made firearm, over built really. It has a 6 inch barrel , to shoot it is to love it, just make sure you clean it All Ruger has to do is contract with one of these companies for better GP100 sights, or just beef up the rear sight blade and firm up the ajustment mechanism. Ruger’s GP-100 revolver is a beefy magnum pistol that brings some unique capabilities to the table. Lots of practice and I’m comfortable shooting out to 75 yards. My GP-100 is my favorite revolver. If you cover all the nessesites, make me laugh and tell my new ruger gp 100 is a big ass crap your pants intimidating revolver, your getting my vote! I used to P.O My Brother in Law because I could hit the same target He would shoot with His AR-15. Thanks. The GP100 by Ruger was designed for the masses. It’s not an ideal gun for EDC but I’ve taken her out with me around town when I get a SHTF feeling and a pocket nine just doesn’t feel as comforting. There is a 3 inch, 4 inch and also a 6 inch barrel. I also own a 3 inch GP 100 & I also have a Colt Trooper 4 inch 357 the Colts also a great gun it has wooden grips were my Ruger has the Hogue grips & as far as comfort when shooting 357 rounds I have to give the Ruger the win. In my opinion, there is no better full sized .357 magnum on the market than the Ruger GP-100 especially if you have to trust your life to its function dependability. Yes. Given what it is, holster and laser/light options are a bit limited. Round the corners so they don’t snag. Handles recoil like Bill Clinton handles a young lady’s objections. The fact that you are from Atlanta explains your overly pessimistic outlook on carrying this gun. I vetoed that because of the lackluster performance of the rounds it would chamber. Walking through the thick woods, driving a tractor around, or just sitting down to sight in a rifle was found to be much easier with a weak side crossdraw instead of a strong side holster. Customize This * * * It’s a pistol made for packing around. Firing 38 wadcutters it shoots 3-4 inches high of its point of aim. Get rid of the 6″ barrel version in favor of a 5″ or 5.25″; the 6″ gun is way too nose heavy. I believe their part number is 53920 for the box of 50. Is one really better than the other as so many claim? In fact, I have heard numerous complaints about S&W in recent years. This is obvious, and the Ruger special run 5″ barrel versions that they do periodically sell out quickly whenever they are offered. This 35-oz. . I prefer safariland comp III but HKS would also work. Tip of the cap to the subliminal pitch in your photo array. “useful in staging the DA trigger pull”… ahhhhhhHHHHH!! I sent it back to Ruger because of trigger assembly defects. I occasionally think of putting in a spring kit, then I decide that the money’s better spent on more practice ammo. Keep up the good work, you the man!!! Maybe also offer the adjustable sight option on the 3″ barrel version. As an aside, the sights on the Match Champion are a step back though. Incidentally, Smith & Wesson makes a red-ramp front sight standard on all 686s. Over the quarter-century of production, the GP100 was made in both blue and stainless versions, with 3-, 4- and 6-inch barrels, both heavy and light. Over the years, I’ve seen dozens of Security Sixes at gun shows and shops that look nearly new. I’m big guy and the grip is perfect for my hand. Out of this 3″ Ruger GP100, I am comfortable with Hornady’s Critical Defense .44 Special load too (specifically designed for use in short barreled revolvers). This revolver is lighter than the GP100 as it weighs 0.74 kilograms. Its a little big for me to carry, prefer a smaller .38 for that. My wife is very comfortable running the .38 round and I like keeping them loaded with .357 able to stop a bear if necessary. I have several Ruger revolvers and several S&W revolvers and I actually like the Rugers better, in general. After getting used to the (considerable) difference in noise, I quickly realized that the combination of an excellent ergonomic design, good weight distribution, and a huge chunk of rubber in my paws made for recoil that wasn’t off-putting in the least. Has a great trigger. But that’s no surprise to me. However, finding an IWB for it will be difficult (not too many holster makers offer that sort of rig for this gun) and you'll need a stout gun belt. Since then I have purchased a 6 inch blued and a four inch stainless. I purchased a GP 100, with 6″ barrel in .357 Mag last year. -Go with a stronger steel rear sight that won’t drift and is heavy-duty in case of bumps. The hottest .357 loads I can find are not punishing, and with a good holster rig she’s not bad lugging around the woods. I just picked up my 2nd Service Six, from the 80’s, as my mom confiscated my first one-also a 4” model, for her own use. I have to agree. haha ya ill say you are, ever post i have read from you touts S&W. Double action gives me no complaints, the pull is long but smooth and predictable. I have the GP100 in the 3in version , had a trigger job done on it. The answer is no. Mother is a tiny filipina. I have a 6″ stainless from the mid 1990’s. Remember the inbelt carry is about thickness of the gun and the thickest spot of the revolver is the cylinder. . Ruger GP100 22LR make takes its inspiration from the Colt Diamondback .22 that was first made in 1972. They look and feel great. Your personal preference is what makes the gun better. Note that Ruger has responded to all the complaints about the Match Champion sites and recently come out with a version of the Match Champion that has the standard GP100 sites it is currently listed and pictured on gun wholesale distributor Davidson’s “Gallery of Guns” (January 2015) website – galleryofguns dot com. I’ve gone to ShopRuger.com and replaced the front site post with their alternative red one, and I’ve also placed trigger/hammer shims in it and replaced the springs with a kit from Wolff. Yes, in DA mode, you can feel the little tick-tick when the cylinder locks into place just before the hammer drops. (The Ruger Service Six is nearly the same, but without adjustable sights.). I know it’s a bit late to be commenting but I just stumbled across this article. Carry for me is not a problem, it just has to travel well in the car, not to be left alone too long in the sun. My sp101 is my edc gun, I opted for the 38 spcl. Don’t let the heavy weight and size fool you. – Hornady 165-grain Critical Defense (above) was low and right at 25 yards. The problem with the 2-inch-barreled guns is the massive blast and recoil, which makes them painful and difficult to shoot. Hell I’ve even played at IPSC matches and given the auto fans a run for their money! Grant Cunningham also takes the gun to a whole new level, both style- and action wise. Recently, a seven shot version in .327 Federal Magnum has been offered. Yeah, but I would rather handle a revolver with a quality build than one that might blow up in my face. Can’t find it anywhere. The Ruger GP100 has been featured as a firearm for both villains and heroes in movies such as “Tango and Cash” and on television shows like “CSI:Miami” and “Law and Order.” Part of the popularity of the Ruger GP-100 is the big, beefy, bomb-proof design that handloaders depend on to test high pressure rounds; plus it also looks bad-ass. It gives three barrel options such as 3 inch, 4 inch and 6 inch too.It is apparently one of the best choices of … Triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front, rear and bottom for more positive alignment and dependable operation shot after shot. Also shot a Taurus Judge with the .45 round. Model: Ruger GP-100 It is my favorite shooter amongst my handguns. From a woman who loves guns AND the Simply Vera Vera Wang fashion line. But in my opinion Smith is going to price themselves out of business. This will not be used for CCW, just plain ole shooting and as all the other of my weapons (home defense). I picked mine up last year, new, and have enjoyed taking it out to the New Hampshire woods and ranges. This is at 25 feet. Poor man’s tip: on a plain, black front sight, a little orange nail polish. the trigger pull was increased and the smooth travel was all gone. Yes, for the price of a S&W Model 686, you can bring your Ruger GP100 to Smith’s level of quality (or completely bling it out with custom grips, accessories and customizations galore). This week I decided to show it some love, so I picked up the factory orange sight, a set of trigger and hammer shims, and an ISMI spring kit. Tried a Galco VHS Shoulder System and it works great—a little pricy from the factory in Phoenix—but can be found cheeper from dealers with a web search. And nobody does big and heavy quite like Ruger. Also, the constraints of using a revolver for self defense become at least a little less daunting when you invest in a good speed loader (though the big rubber Hogue monogrip gets in the way a bit). Although it’s available in classic blued steel, you’d be nuts not to come off the extra cheese ($75) for the satin stainless finish, which contrasts beautifully with the black rubber Hogue Monogrips. Second-rate status, blue-collar provenance and XL dimensions aside, the GP100 absolutely hits a grand slam in the appearance department, delivering perfect hand cannon aesthetics. Why Ruger doesn’t – and instead sells one as $15 accessory – is a real mystery. It draws your eyes right to the front sight. I don't have any pictures of the 4 inch blued GP100 I used to own. After handling the Ruger, the Smith feels sub-par. You sold your Ruger, tsk, tsk. Our day at the range – and any budding interest she had in firearms – was in serious jeopardy. Maybe is a little bit late but, are you still interested in those speer .357 mag HP ammo? I proceeded to put 100 rounds through it. Fiber-optic sights are great. No complaints now. My hands shake a lot and the extra weight actually helps. The automatics have problems. Action type: Double action/single action revolver Get you eyes checked and grow a pair. every time I go to the range with other friends they are all intimadited Would an extra fifteen bucks really keep anyone from buying this gun? After 2 decades the Ruger has won most of the Six Series fan base back with the GP100, it has gargantuan fan base and cult like following. I love Ruger and have several. Ruger’s new 3-inch barrel LCRx in .357 Magnum strikes the right balance between concealability and performance. Besides, the SP101’s lengths are 7.2 inches with the 2.25-inch barrel and 8 inches with the 3-inch barrel. Lol. Finish: Satin Stainless Steel There have also been several on-line customer reports of minor quality problems with the Match Champion such as poorly fitting wood grips, missing internal shims, misaligned triggers, etc. My only concern is that after about 100 rounds the pin for the rear sight works its way out to the right… a few drops of loctite should fix it but I have not tried yet. I’m partial to Ruger and have others but they play 2nd fiddle. The Ruger GP100 at 25 yards shot a slightly better group, the widest spread between rounds being two and a half inches. The Ruger GP100 is a modern handgun that arguably is the finest example of a … I love how anytime there is a review on something it brings people to either bash the gun being reviewed or say the gun being reviewed is so much better than the gun that is its direct competition (Smith and Wesson 686). The grips and weight help big time. Interesting comments , I was enlightened by the insight . I picked up my GP-100 at a local gun show, used. After handling the Ruger, the Smith feels sub-par. I had to act fast . no problem with that, to each his own. cast will never be stronger than forged steel that’s why it is so big .because cast is very weak and tends to shatter. Style * * * * * It yielded results that made me and my look like pros. If you’re not comfortable taking this thing apart, don’t. Is what I will be using as I test the waters of USPSA competition at local club I recently joined. You bet it was. The former grips (both compact versions and full sized) with the wood inserts were decent, looked nice, and could easily be redesigned to cover the back of the trigger guard and textured for a better hold. Everything is an opinion in the end. (my handloads are well with in specified limits of the sierra loading manual, only idiots take pride in over charging handloads) Funny thing……S&W repaired the pistol’s function and sent it back to me free of charge, to their credit….but…. By the way, I bought this mainly because I could not afford Colt or S&W. Fantastic ideas , Coincidentally , if your business is searching for a TX TREC 20-11 , my kids found a sample form here https://goo.gl/cmaHTM. Ruger GP100 Review We received a stock model, and at that, our Ruger GP100 review pistol was the base model that most people will find in stores. Keep it up, Ruger, and I will never own another gun (except maybe Colt!). Maybe a J frame shooting 357, but not L frames. Dont get me wrong. . I just bought the 5″ as well and love it. K.I.S.S. Yea maybe to you it is. I personally have both guns (686 6 inch and a GP100 3 inch) and i think both guns are fantastic and have their strengths and a couple of minor quirks. The GP-100 is a fantastic Firearm and I want another One to go with My Ruger SP-101. Not that you couldn't carry a GP100. First of all, the sights were off (the groups were consistently down and to the right). Hogues fix the angle to make them more natural pointers. Don’t like the rough edges around the inside of the frame? I am 5′ 10″ and 195 lbs and IWB is my mode of carry with a Galco Summer Comfort Holster. I imagine it’s very comfortable to shoot. I still regret getting rid of that revolver. Ruger made so many of them. Unfortunately, the GP100 was simply way over-built, and except for the cylinder lock-up, its excessive weight makes it just a step sideways from its lighter/sleeker predecessor, the Ruger Security Six revolver. One of the 2.5-inch or 3-inch GP100 models in .357 Magnum or .44 Special could be carried daily, even concealed if you had the right holster. I’ve read Don’s review of the Ruger GP-100 .357 Magnum, and Chris’s review of the Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 686, but how would you guys compare the Ruger GP-100 to a standard (non-Performance Center) S&W 686 Plus in the .357 Magnum? In this smaller-is-better universe the GP100 2.5-inch seven-shot is a behemoth, weighing in at a stout 33.7 ounces on my digital scale and measuring roughly 5.5 inches tall … In 4″ barrel with 38 Special or +P loads, the Security Six is a great home defense gun for the average person and also fun at the range. Shot Speer FMJ’s .38+p and American Eagle 38’s. Also great review about getting your wife into shooting with you. Only real dislike is the ejector stroke is too short to cleanly clear magnum brass, I can’ believe no one else ever mentions this problem. They sat lower naturally in the hand and with use had a fairly smooth trigger. My GP 100 shoots good and is just the proper size for my use. If S&W can’t get their revolvers to be dependable-I say no buy. It’s a lousy way to go through life. Today, mint Service Six’s are sought after like old Colt Detective Specials. The only other .357 I enjoyed nearly much was a Colt King Cobra which I stupidly let go in a trade… Just keep putting the rounds through your GP-100 and your diligence will be rewarded with a smoother trigger. My wife had a Walther PK-380, which is a fine little self-defense gun, but admittedly show lackluster performance. They fit all K frame holsters and speedloaders are still avaailable for them. And now that we’re back to aesthetics, is there any better-looking canvas on which to create all manner of awesomeness? The trigger has smoothed up and runs smoothly. I have 3 other Ruger revolvers: 5.5 inch new vaquero 45 colt, 4.62 inch single six 1953-2003 commemorative and a 4.62 inch single seven in 327 Federal. No. – Better grips. We have lot of different caliber there. Unfortunately, here in Canada the debate between the Ruger and S&W is null; the 686’s 4″ barrel is just shy of the 105mm minimum legal length while the GP-100’s 4.2″ barrel is just over it (shows how ridiculous some of these laws are). They stopped manufacture in the 80’s to make the GP100. – Aimed at upper bull the GP100 shot the powerful Buffalo Bore .44 Special hot loads with Barnes 200-grain bullets low and right from 25 yards. Excellent review, exactly right. Like the rest of the line, there are a few special edition variants which are interesting, most of which simply have different grips. EVERY THING IS LIKE NEW, OLD MAN HAD IT SHOT LITTLE, MAY SELL , MAY KEEP TO DEER HUNT, IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT, SOLD. The Galco Summer Comfort is a IWB choice and the Simply Rugged Pancake is an OWB choice. Why, because its a little heavier and a little more robust? This I believe, is the finest revolver ever made by Bill Ruger. I would never sell one of myRugers, Colt, or S & W, Mossberg Would probably cost Ruger $20 instead of having to pay a gunsmith $50-$75 to install a $5 11-pound spring and do some polishing. They sure have gone up in price, I bought mine brand new for under $375 each! You can find them at most gunshows and shops. Think that nasty double-action trigger can’t get any smoother? My 45 vaquero is my favorite. I have well over 6000 rounds (mostly handloaded) and it has only gotten better with use. Though my wife generally stuck to shooting .38s, I longed for a Magnum fix. I was in the market for a GP100, and was trying to decide on a 4″ or 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. Despite some significant shortcomings, he’s really, really good at just being a dog. Neither is inside-the-pocket carry. I’m very happy with it and sure anyone would be, it looks great, feels great and shoots great. She was on paper immediately with .38 specials. I carry this gun throughout the winter up north and in the woods. The point I am making is that Ruger stands behind their products and makes sure the customer is satisfied. Unfortunately they were not also able to go back to the excellent GP100 front sight – which is more easily user-replaceable. My Mini-14 easily holds a 3″ group at 300 yards (on a windless day) in the sled, and we all know the capabilities of the Mark II and Mark III. Shoots way more accurate at the range than any of my semi-auto’s. I have no desire to shoot 40sw in it. If the sights stood up to being trailered from show to show by the seller, surely to God she’ll be fine in my night stand. I’ve seen loads of them too. Ruger engineers did an awesome job designing the GP100. The GP was such a jump to the clunky from such a handy and user friendly “Six” line. There is a 3 inch, 4 inch and also a 6 inch barrel. My xd 9 jumps more than my gp100 when I shoot. It is better than my S&W 28-357. All I do is point and shoot. Ruger made a very good pistol. Recently added a single six, stainless. I have a Leupold 4x scope. just came home with a six inch gp-100 ,had to clean it a bit its 16 yrs old and still looks brand new hogue coco bolo mono grip on it and it fills my hand ,at 35 ft I shot plus p 38 target rounds into a quarter size group,with .357 125 grain remingtons at 25 yards I printed and inch and a half ragged hole ,at 50 using really heavy .357 may loads I made a two inch sized ragged hole,I shoot twice per week and began shooting in 1967 when I was just a boy.i like the ruger better than my s&W models because I reworked the trigger ,although not as smooth as one of my many pythons or anacondas it holds up really well,I paid Nathan 200 bucks for this 16 yr old gp-100 and I think I got my moneys worth ,narry a malfunction or problem with this 16 year old revolver,I will carry this and my sig m-400 when out and about ,as there have been some illegal parasitic attacks occurring near the mexican border ,not a mexican problem but an ms-13 and Isis wanna be problem ,ill take my ruger any day of the week its 100% reliable ,and I can hammer some nails with it when I get back home. 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