In addition to shipping with three full moon clips, which act as both a speed loader and help eject spent cartridges, the new 9 mm SP101 features a 2.25” barrel with a 1:16” RH twist. The five-shot solid steel wheelgun weighs in at 25 ozs., with a 7.20” overall length. Other features are identified as cushioned rubber grip with black plastic insert; Ruger's patented transfer bar mechanism; a patented grip frame to accommodate custom grips; a triple-locking cylinder that is locked into the frame at the front, rear and bottom; a black ramp front sight and an integral rear sight. MSRP is $719. For more, visit Ruger.com.
Ruger Brings Back SP101 Revolver in 9 mm
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