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I wish Ruger would include 2 grips wth the gun: this one, and one of the “target” style originals. Then the dealer keeps or sends back to Ruger the one that is rejected by the customer.


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Anyone know when this will be available?

I did some searching and couldn’t find anything.

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While I have no need for a 10mm revolver at this point, I really like that Ruger is offering this. I said from the beginning that a 10mm GP100 made a lot more sense than a 10mm Super Redhawk, and that half-underlug and those grips are just icing on the cake. I need a revolver in an auto cartridge (especially one that I don't already own) like I need a hole in the head, but I'll be darned if Ruger isn't making me WANT to buy one!
 
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Similar to .41 Magnum. But won't handle heavy bullets. Wink




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I'll absolutely buy a GP100 in .41 magnum. At least a 4" bbl.

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


Glock does. It's called a G29. Or G20. Or G40.
 
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Intrigued. Now if it was the 3" version my Visa card would already have been credited.




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Originally posted by jhe888:
Similar to .41 Magnum. But won't handle heavy bullets. Wink


I have a Model 58 N Frame 41 Magnum. Don't carry it much. Too heavy. And 10mm ammo is easier to find than the 41.




 
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wheel guns , we are talkin bout wheel guns here, not the bottom feeders





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I'm still kickin' myself over not keeping one of the original 5" 610s I had. I was thinking that even IF S&W decided to reintroduce the 610, I bet it would have that darn lock and two piece barrel, etc. Much as I like S&W, and the 610, I, and I bet a lot of other potential buyers, would rather have the Ruger.....ymmv


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