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Old February 5th, 2020, 11:52 AM   #1
 
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When I went to pick up my new Single Seven, there was a Black Wrangler sitting in the case for -$200.00. So, what else could I do, but bring it home with me! Switched out the awful stock grips with the black micarta ones that came on the Single Seven. I like the all blacked out look on this one. Ruger certainly hit a home run with the Wrangler.....
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Old February 5th, 2020, 12:52 PM   #2
 
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Congrats on your new Wrangler. Grips look great on it.
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You'll love it.
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Now pick up some Colibris and you can shoot in your garage or possibly your back yard.
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I have a black one as well. Put Ruger wood grips on it - also a good look. It is a great plinker, and is a good shooter with the right ammo. Mine likes Aguila HV, and Federal HV. Sub 2" at 20-ish yards. Hits pop cans where they lay. I like it.
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Wow the micarta grips sure helped, congrats
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That is a nice looking Wrangler. Did the grips come from Shop Ruger? I like those grips a lot.
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That is a nice looking Wrangler. Did the grips come from Shop Ruger? I like those grips a lot.
No, they came off my new blued Single Seven. I'll be posting that one after a range session. A call to Ruger Customer Service might work to order them?
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