Video: Ruger GP100 7-Shot Revolver

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posted on February 2, 2018

Ruger one-ups its popular medium-framed GP100 this year by giving the revolver's cylinder an extra round. The seven-shot GP100 is available in .327 Fed. Mag. and .357 Mag., with barrel lengths of 2.5, 4.2 and 6 inches. The .357 Mag. versions have the GP100's typical rubber grip with hardwood inserts, while the .327 Fed. Mag. variants come with textured rubber Hogue Monogrips. All have stainless steel frames and adjustable rear sights. Learn more about these new revolvers in this video, straight from SHOT Show 2018. MSRP: $899.

For more information, go to ruger.com

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