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Acquisition?

No - that's not right.

This is the gun I've wanted for some time. It's... it's...

DESTINY

Man, I love this thing!




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Nice looking GP synth. Shoot the hell out of it, it'll last forever. I've had mine for 20 or so years now and it still looks brand new.
 
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Congrats!

They are great revolvers, love mine. No bending over to pick up brass is nice.


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Very nice. I like the GP100 , tough as nails. Smile


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Nice find. I am right there with you. I parted with my S&W .357 when I acquired my GP.


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Yep. My first guns ever were S&W wheelguns and I will always love them. That being said, the strength and simplicity of the GP design won me over.
 
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One of my favorite .357 revolvers is the security six. I have a SP-101 that I'll never give up, for personal reasons. I think the GP-100 represents the best buy in a .357 revolvter todsy, the modern Security Six. Absolutely excellent choice. Great, great pistol.

It can be made better, but as it comes the GP-100 is an essential.
 
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Nice pick up! I just got a sp101 in 357 mag and I like it a lot. Super compact though tank like enough to handle those magnums and not even beat up the hand too badly.
 
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I have quite a few Smith revolvers including PC guns and I GENUINELY love my GP100s. My 3 inch is damn near perfect and the six inch makes .357 about like a .32 auto. I know I am in the minority but I like the GP lines.

Nice pickup. Enjoy and shoot safe.

Chris


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Sweet!



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Very nice. Are those grips standard? I like those...prefer them over the Hogue ones.


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Nice, Enjoy!
 
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Originally posted by dehughes:
Very nice. Are those grips standard? I like those...prefer them over the Hogue ones.


It came with the Hogue rubber grip. I purchased the Ruger "compact" grip, and installed it. Now it feels just right!



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Very nice. Are those grips standard? I like those...prefer them over the Hogue ones.


It came with the Hogue rubber grip. I purchased the Ruger "compact" grip, and installed it. Now it feels just right!


Yeah, that's perfect. Every time I see a GP100 I want one. I will get one someday, as I have a no-dash S&W 586 that I picked up from its former LEO owner, and while it's perfect, I hesitate to shoot it much because it has a sentimental place for me.

However, the idea of grabbing a 4", stainless, GP100 and shooting it until Jesus comes back, well, I can handle that just fine.


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Nice heater! I love the original GP100 grips with the wood inserts.



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I met my destiny in a pawn shop in Dayton in 1995.The clerk said that no one wanted revolvers anymore. His loss, my gain. I have now lost track of the round count but would guess its 3K+.
The most boring of all my guns. It just shoots and shoots and shoots.
Destiny now lies in a 3 inch model.


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hey ! thats my gun





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