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Looks like a great revolver, bet they will sell a bunch of these!
 
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Excellent! May cause me to say adios to my G20. Too bad its not the full lug!


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Not the Super Redhawk?? Hmmmmmmmmm
 
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Always thought that S&W should’ve reintroduced the 610. GP100 in 10mm should be a workable wonder...


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Glad I saw this, saved me money. Been looking at a 5" Ruger 357. Who am I kidding will get both.
 
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I had no earthly idea a Ruger revolver would be my next handgun purchase.

I will have this.....way to go Ruger, this redeems a few issues I had with Ruger (like having too many offerings, yet missing something like this).
 
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Ruger is making some truly innovative guns. And guns that customers want.

Other than Kimbers K6, Ruger makes the only current production revolvers I would purchase. Regards 18DAI




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I'm interested in this gun for use in matches. I read the review by Jeff at Gunblast and he reports that all 3 supplied moonclips failed during his session which put the gun out of action.
 
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10mm sure seems to be making a comeback. The GP100 is a 10mm revolver that piques my interest. I have a Match Champion in 357, and a "standard" Stainless 4" GP100.
My finances just need to catch up....
 
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Always thought that S&W should’ve reintroduced the 610.


The 610 is an L frame correct?

Good to see manufacturers willing to introduce new things. Ruger is definitely not aftraid to. I just wish I liked the GP 100. (I had a Wiley Clapp version that I thought I loved, but turns out I preferred the Smith).
 
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Fluted cylinder and half lug barrel. Want.




 
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The 610s were N frames. I had two of the 5" versions.

I'll likely end up with one of the GP100 Rugers. I don't
mind moon clips, and thought this was the 10MM revolver should have produced instead of the Super Redhawk.


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they heard us :
http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/6660078734

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http://gunblast.com/Ruger-GP100MC-10mm.htm





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I want a full lug barrel and the old grip. My $.02.


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I want one too, though I won’t be shooting a bunch of 10mm—-I prefer .40 lite. Wink

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Have been looking for a 610 for years. This will be a legit substitute.
 
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I want one too, though I won’t be shooting a bunch of 10mm—-I prefer .40 lite. Wink

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Nope. I'm still irked. What, no blued version with a 5" barrel!?!? Ruger was doing so well for a while there!
 
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the universe of handguns is now complete ,
a better than average gun maker has made one in the quintessential caliber.

send the r & d guys home,
get rid of the marketing firms and
stop building safes.

the hunt is over.

Now can Glock make one out of their super human plastic ?
for $175.00 cheaper?





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Now that's a 10mm Pistol I could get behind. GP is a nice sized frame, and 10mm is a nice punch. I think this is a better deal than the 10mm Redhawk. I have a .44 Redhawk, and although I love the gun, it's a boat anchor. Don't need that much steel for 10mm. This will do nicely.



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