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For anyone who is interested in getting a GP100 S.S. 4" .357, listen up.

The Outdoorsman of Santa Fe has security contract trade ins of GP100's for two killer prices. For those living in NM, well you can drive there, probably save you on shipping. For the rest, well shipping isn't a deal breaker at these prices. Now these are listed on Gunbroker, and I'll list as I don't have anything at stake, just thought everyone who might be interested should know.

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =135720760

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =135526173
 

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Well.......we never h.ad a chance....they are already sold! Ya' haveta' give us a little more notice. :roll: Like before it's closed..... :lol: Bob
 

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I know that I love my GP100. With the weight and grips it is probably my easiest to shoot .357 Magnum. :D

It is what I carry when we go out camping.
 

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Though I'm partial to S&W's, and would prefer a 2 1/2" 686 for woods carry, I can't argue with anyone that carries a GP100 in the woods. It is a stronger, more durable, revolver. But, I guess I'm stuck with a
2 1/2" M-66-1, instead. :roll: Bob
 

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Leighton said:
Thanks Wendy!!
Very welcome, Leighton. The GP100 is one of my favorite revolvers. I think I am one of the few people who like the way it looks.
 
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