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Ruger GP100

Ruger GP100

First built as a replacement for the Security-Six, Speed-Six and Service-Six revolvers, the GP100 makes handling .357 Mag. easier than ever and is a staple of Ruger's line.

Easy on the hand—GP100s remain one of the most comfortable revolvers to shoot—and on the budget, this revolver has been a favorite since its introduction in 1985. And, just like all Ruger models, it's 100 percent made in the U.S.A.

Note: The GP100 featured here is the distributor exclusive Wiley Clapp/TALO model.

Technical Specifications:

Wiley Clapp/TALO Ruger GP100 (Featured)
Distributor:
TALO Distributors, Inc.
Caliber:
.357 Mag./.38 Spl.
Barrel Length: 3"
Overall Length:
8.5"
Weight:
37 ozs.
Capacity:
6 rounds
MSRP: $829

Traditional GP100 Models
Caliber: .357 Mag. and .327 Fed. Mag.
Barrel Length: 3" to 6"
Overall Length:
8.5" to 11.5"
Weight:
36 ozs. to 45 ozs.
Capacity:
6 rounds (.357 Mag.), 7 rounds (.327 Fed. Mag.)
MSRP: $699 to $759

For Further Reading:

Review: Wiley Clapp/TALO Ruger GP100
Keefe Report: The Ruger I've Been Waiting For

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