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Old January 26th, 2020, 10:51 AM   #31
 
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rickf, Even in my manual it says "This revolver is no longer produced in .327" or something like that; in the section about adjusting the sights. Also, I've seen it in online dealers' sites when searching for it. In Ruger's GP 100 search it's not listed like it was recently. I wanted the 5" blued Lipsey version but it's out, also. Not sure about the SP 101s or the smaller carry LCP. (Think that's the model no.) I'm going to e-mail Ruger to confirm all this when I get a chance. It's a shame because that is a pretty cool and powerful cartridge. Plus, the gun can actually shoot 5 different .32 caliber cartridges, although it's best to just stick with .32 S&W Long, H&R magnum, and the .327 Fed.



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Old January 26th, 2020, 12:11 PM   #32
 
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My thoughts exactly, a neat round. I guess not enough sales to survive.
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Old January 26th, 2020, 02:46 PM   #33
 
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My me to me Christmas present was a Wilson Combat Beretta Centurion. After I was done drooling it was time to clean it...it took about 6 or 7 passes with the brass brush to get the bore to where it is shiny and clean. Every new gun should be cleaned and inspected before shooting for these reasons. Have not shot this one yet but will feel lots better when I do.
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Yup what they said. Just spent 15 minutes yesterday cleaning my new GP 10mm. Completely normal and nothing to worry about
I give everything a good cleaning and a good once-over when I first get it...that way it's clean before I hit the range and if there's an issue, I spot it before it becomes an even bigger issue!
It's just something I started doing with the first revolver I ever purchased and have applied that approach to everything I've ever owned ever since!
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All guns are fired at the factory. They do not clean them afterwards. They stopped sending the fired case years ago.
The part about them not cleaning after going to the range is not true.
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I give everything a good cleaning and a good once-over when I first get it...that way it's clean before I hit the range and if there's an issue, I spot it before it becomes an even bigger issue!
It's just something I started doing with the first revolver I ever purchased and have applied that approach to everything I've ever owned ever since!
That's a good regimen!
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