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    Ruger Revolvers....quite a pair.

    I only have 2 Ruger revolvers...my 3" GP100 and 2.5" SP101, but they are still some of the most dependable firearms I have owned. The GP100 was the first .357 I ever bought and then later I added the SP101 to the collections for something a little more concealable. Here are a few pics to share....

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    Ruger makes some great revolvers and I would recommend one to anybody looking for alternative options.
    I keep a gun because I'm too young to die and too old to take an ass whoopin'!

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    Those are a great looking pair. I have and have had all types of Rugers and they are great reliable guns, and are very well built. Almost all my Rugers are single action (really like them) and the MK IV is just superb. The only issues with my Rugers is my limitations.
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    Some fine revolvers! I know you enjoy them.

    I have two SP101's; 357 and 327 Fed Mag, and favor the 327. I found that I shoot them far better in double action than single action because the action is so smooth and cocking the hammer is really awkward...too much travel. They carry nicely in a Simply Rugged Silver Dollar Pancake holster.

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    .44 Magnum Flat top
    .41 Magnum Three screw
    .38-40/10mm Buckeye sports

    Can’t imagine my life without the first two. The third was purchased because I think it is cool.

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    Funny that I don't consider myself a "Ruger guy" but the couple that I have play a more significant role than other handguns.

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    My favorite recreational gun

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    Now this one isn't used much but since I already had steel and aluminum 5-shot snubbies I figured I should get plastic too.

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    I kinda sorta like the Rugers too. I have a couple of 22/45's, an old P90, a 3in SP101 that also rides in a silver dollar pancake, an LCR 380, a single six 5 1/2 in, and then the only one I have a picture of. It's a 41 mag with 5 1/2 inch barrel.Name:  41 Holster 002 (2)E.jpg
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    Rugers are fine guns and look great to boot. I have several Rugers a 10-22, several Mark series .22 pistols, a couple LC9S with lasers, SR1911, Mini14s, etc. My favorite is still my Mark I from the 1960s.

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    Ruger, my 2nd favorite handgun company, both wheelguns & bottom feeders. Not quite as slick an action as S&W but as close to bullet proof as possible.
    "He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment & buy one" Jesus - Luke 22:36

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    Not only are those nice they are rugged to boot. No telling how many rounds you could shoot through those without problems. I love Ruger’s but the double action ones seem to have alluded me over the years. I make up for it though with single actions and MK 11, 111, and one MK 1V.
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    Nice pistols ! should have remembered I wanted a MarkIV when bought the shotgun few weeks ago


 
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