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Ruger - SP101, 357 Mag, 2.25\" Blued Steel frame Cushioned Ru

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Model: 15702
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 107246
 
UPC: 736676157020
 
MFG: Ruger

Ruger - SP101, 357 Mag, 2.25\\\

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Technical Specifications

Caliber 357 Magnum
Barrel Length 2.250"
Color Black
Action Type Revolver
Sights Fixed
Capacity 5
Frame Material Steel
Model SP101
Product Information
Finish Grim Reaper
Type Single Shot
Caliber 22-250 Remington
Barrel Length 10.5"
Capacity 5
Sights Drift Adjustable
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Finish Blued
Type Revolver
Caliber 357 Magnum
Barrel Length 2.25"
Capacity 5
Sights Fixed

 
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Reviewed By: on 09/03/2020
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I haven't had an opportunity to use the weapon at a range, but I do like Its construction, weight and feel.
Reviewed By: on 08/06/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I have decided to carry a revolver and in particular a Ruger SP 101 .357 for personal defense. Even though the SP 101 is a smaller frame, it is anything but diminutive. The frame is made of one piece of steel as opposed to the side plates on some other well known revolvers. And the mainspring is also stronger than the leaf spring used in other revolvers. Then the SP 101 is built with more steel than it's competitors which translates into more heavy rounds being used comfortably.

Another advantage of this model is that the rounds can be scaled up or down depending on your purpose. You can use .38 specials for target or a 180 grain for woods going where dangerous game might be an issue. Then you can use everything in between for defense. The Ruger SP 101 can stomach it all and come back for more.

Then there's the issue of revolver as. automatic. I say this. I can keep an SP 101 under my pillow for a month and it's still gonna go bang when I pull the trigger. I would not want to try this with an auto. The revolver will take more neglect and for most people this is an advantage. At 61 years of age, I'm probably not going to be on a battlefield where I would need the firepower of an auto. Again here the SP 101 wins out. Five rounds of .357 magnum should be enough for any problem I'll probably ever run into.

My advice to you is to consider an SP 101 for your defense. It is very tough, it is the most modern revolver design that I know of and as a .357 it is perhaps the most versatile of any defensive handgun you will ever want to carry. Get the Ruger!!!
Reviewed By: on 07/22/2019
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

Some thoughts on this blued SP101.



I picked this up after seeing the Ruger promo video of on it on YouTube. The gun shoots fine, but I would note that the double action pull was a little disappointing. It is not a smooth pull and it might need an upgraded spring kit. I will say, my only other Ruger double action revolver is a GP talo edition gun and it might be a better DA trigger pull because it gets some extra attention from Ruger/Talo before being shipped. Also to my surprise the revolver cylinder had a pretty pronounced turn line on it as if someone had been dry firing the gun quite a bit. Maybe this is normal. The bluing is a little more of a matte finish than a polished finish. The pictures of the gun online and in the Ruger video were not quite the same as what I recurved on my gun. It defiantly lead me to believe there would have been a bit more of a polish on the finish than what there really is.



Overall the gun is good, fries fine, and I will keep it.
 
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