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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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    I made a deal from the guy in Thailand selling grips on evilbay. Got an unfinished exotic wood set for less than $30 delivered.
    Some Mahogany leather dye and finished with minwax antique oil finish. Look great for show, but Uncle Mikes or Pachmyer
    compacts for carry are probably the best avilable now that the Trausch grips are no longer available..
    Anyone selling Trausch grips for an SP here??? Been looking for a year...
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    Gemini's are not cheap but man they draw nice and look good image.jpg
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    Rollo Talks Sp-101 Grips



    My new grip inserts for my SP101 357.
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    Thanks for the review Rollo I have CTG's on my 3" SP 101 no complaints. However some of these you have featured may make their way on to my 2".

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    I went with the houge mono grips....perfect fit, comfort and I don't have an issue with concealment. I tried full house 357 loads with the original grips...just a tad uncomfortable.
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    I had Houges on mine but went back to factory grips with insert panels from Chig's grips.

    Chig's Grips | Ruger SP101 & GP100 Grip Panels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post
    Gemini's are not cheap but man they draw nice and look good image.jpg
    Those are nice looking but last time I checked you could only get their grips if they worked on your gun.
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