Rollo Talks Sp-101 Grips

This is a discussion on Rollo Talks Sp-101 Grips within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by C hawk Glock Why not just buy a S&W for your next wheel gun? I probably will...the revolver case draws me in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    Why not just buy a S&W for your next wheel gun?
    I probably will...the revolver case draws me in like a magnet everytime I go to my LGS and the nickel Smith's with wood grips tug at me like nothing else. I'm thinking 6 shot 3" bbl .357 Mag. just might scratch the itch I've got.
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    Rollo, i would like to get a Ruger Sp101 with everything that i have read online... its driving me nuts, and with this thread, i want one even more. I carry Smith 642ct and also a smith 442. I have purchased some really nice holsters from Hays Holsters which is a sponser here. My question is, how can i justify buying another revolver? I have quite a few now, including three taurus which i carry sometimes also. Is the 357 magnum really that more impressive than my 38special + P loads? Would i enjoy shooting it more at the range? My friend Emil has his FFL, and he gets guns wholesale prices and only charges members of our gun club $25 over wholesale prices to cover his time with paperwork. He can get me a Sp101 with a crimson trace laser grip for $535 plus his $25... should i opt for the hammerless model, or get the exposed hammer? Oh my, this is nuts! How many revolvers do i need to own? Me want one.... ME WANT ONE NOW! Bunker
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    Quote Originally Posted by bunker View Post
    Rollo, i would like to get a Ruger Sp101 with everything that i have read online... its driving me nuts, and with this thread, i want one even more. I carry Smith 642ct and also a smith 442. I have purchased some really nice holsters from Hays Holsters which is a sponser here. My question is, how can i justify buying another revolver? I have quite a few now, including three taurus which i carry sometimes also. Is the 357 magnum really that more impressive than my 38special + P loads? Would i enjoy shooting it more at the range? My friend Emil has his FFL, and he gets guns wholesale prices and only charges members of our gun club $25 over wholesale prices to cover his time with paperwork. He can get me a Sp101 with a crimson trace laser grip for $535 plus his $25... should i opt for the hammerless model, or get the exposed hammer? Oh my, this is nuts! How many revolvers do i need to own? Me want one.... ME WANT ONE NOW! Bunker
    To me there is NO doubt that the .357 (even out of a short barrel) is way beyond even the hottest .38 +p loads. Would you enjoy shooting it more? Maybe, maybe not. I think it's a more enjoyable gun to shoot then a J-frame. I personally like the exposed hammer. I have never had issue with it getting snagged and it's nice to have the option of shooting it single action.
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    Rollo, thanks for bringing this back to the fore-front. Very cool review for us SP101 lovers.
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    They are great looking products but is there a cheaper wood grip? Good looking but $85 is a little hard for me to handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKarge87 View Post
    They are great looking products but is there a cheaper wood grip? Good looking but $85 is a little hard for me to handle.
    You might puke when I tell you what I am about to pay for a custom grip from Gemini Customs.......

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