Who says revolvers are yesterday's news? Ruger's new GP100 is causing all sorts of buzz, and for good reason. Borrowing some of the best features of the Wiley Clapp/TALO Ruger GP100, including rear Novak sights, there are some other head-turning specs, such as Hogue stippled hardwood grips, that will no doubt pique the interest of the modern shooter. Check out the video as Sheriff Jim Wilson runs through the list of features that has revived one already-very-popular revolver. For more, visit Ruger.
Ruger's New GP100 Revolver
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