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Ruger GP-100 357 Mag 4in, SS w/Hogue Monogrip 
by Alan K
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
The GP100 is a classic single/double action revolver in every sense. I prefer the older style grips with wood inserts than the newer Hogue's that come with them now. Mine needed a little bit of filing on the lower part of the blast shield because they didn't file it enough at the factory and cases were rubbing against it and binding the cylinder. Easy fix and now it is perfect. It really is nice to work on stainless because after a little filing it looks better than the rough edge it started with anyway. 38's feel like nothing because of the weight this all steel gun has, 357's are easily manageable as well.