New In Box RUGER GP 100 Double-Action Revolver, Model KGP-160, 357 Remington Mag
Caliber, 6" Barrel, Stainless Finish, Short Shroud, Wood Grips
The sophisticated engineering in Ruger double-action revolvers is
evident not only in how they are put together, but in how quickly they
can be disassembled. Composed of a series of integrated subassemblies,
the GP100 and SP101 can be fieldstripped to their basic components in
seconds for cleaning without the use of tools. Ruger's philosophy of
strength, simplicity, and ease of maintenance has been applied
Frame widths are increased in critical areas that support the barrel;
both frame sidewalls are solid and integral sections of the frame,
offering additional strength and rigidity. Cylinder-locking notches
are offset and cut into the thick part of the cylinder walls between
the centers of the chambers rather than directly over them. In its
firing position, the cylinder is securely locked to the frame in two
places: at the rear by the traditional cylinder pin, and at the front
of the crane by a large, unique spring-loaded latch. This helps ensure
proper cylinder and barrel alignment for optimum accuracy.
||38 Special, 357 Rem Mag
||Stainless Steel or Blue
||3", 4" or 6"
||Adjustable or Fixed
||3" bbl(35-36 oz); 4" bbl(37-41 oz); 6" bbl(43-46oz)
||Supplied with case, lock and owner's manual.