Lost my SP 101..... to my wife.

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    Lost my SP 101..... to my wife.

    Well, my wife has finally decided it's time for her to carry a gun. I had bought her Ruger SP101 a few years ago, but she just never really cared to shoot it. This weekend that changed. After practiing with her single action Rugers, she decided she'd give the SP101 a try and discovered she LOVED it. So it's lost to her now

    BUT, I just bought myself a new SPURLESS SP 101, so that should make an even better pocket or pack gun !!

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    That's kind of a blessing and a curse in one! haha!

    The only saving grace is your NEW SP 101! I had a ruger GP100 - I regret selling that to this day. that was one solid piece!

    congrats on finding such a woman! But watch your other guns!

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    lol.... I told mine, she'd have to buy her own. That it was against the law for me to buy her one.
    hmmmmm.....I wonder how long will it be before I'm busted on that one...
    " Refuse to be a victim, make sure there is a round chambered ! "

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    Nice having a wife that appreciates the finer things in life. I've got a GP100, and like progrmr said. It's one solid piece (once you work the kinks out of the trigger). But I really want a 9mm SP101. In my mind that would be a perfect carry revolver.
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    LOL congrats on the loss ( you know what i mean ) . I just lost a sp101 for the wife too , but got a generator out of the deal ( the wife dont like revolvers , but does like power tools lol )
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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