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This is a discussion on GP100 OEM compact vs. full size grips within the Ruger Double Action forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Scout357, I like the looks of those grips alot, no finger grooves. Bet they are really comfortable....


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Old December 1st, 2019, 03:23 PM   #16
 
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Scout357, I like the looks of those grips alot, no finger grooves. Bet they are really comfortable.



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Old December 1st, 2019, 07:13 PM   #17
 
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That's exactly what I'm thinking mine will be, Scout357. Hopefully, those will work for me too.

The first handgun I ever fired was an M1911A1. Every gun I've ever owned since has been a 1911 .45 till this summer when I decided to buy Sig P938 Legion for summer carry (easier concealment). I'm telling you this to let you know just how little I know about revolvers.

I bought this gun because I really wanted to experience the revolver, and everything that I read had placed the GP-100 in their top group. It showed up a lot in those 'What if you could have only one..' queries, so I think that I made a good choice. If I decide this is my keeper for home defense, I might next consider tritium adjustable sights.
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Well that clarifies everything for me guys. Thanks. I was also not understanding the Lett references. I'm thinking now that I'm going to order both, the new Hogue rubber dot grip and the compact Ruger with Altamont super rosewood standard checkering. My wife saw me looking at them online and told me to get the pearl handled one. I told her that only a pimp from a New Orleans whorehouse carries a pearl handled pistol. She didn't get it, gave me a sour look, and walked out of the room. Any way, thanks again guys.
Thanks, I always wondered who my Single Six's previous owner was. Love a gun with some history behind it!
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You're welcome, stonebuster, although the credit should be given to George Patton.
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I've always agreed with Patton on that one. I much prefer stag or micarta or just wood.

Back on topic I switched the grips on my GP from the full size inserts to the compact inserts and they suit me much better.
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