...Have you tried calling Ruger? Sometimes companies will just give you the little things.
This is a discussion on Needed Ruger SP101 grip roll pin within the Member Buy, Sell & Trade forums, part of the Marketplace category; I'm in need of a grip frame roll pin for a Ruger SP101. This the pin that goes through the factory boot grips to retain ...
I'm in need of a grip frame roll pin for a Ruger SP101. This the pin that goes through the factory boot grips to retain them to the frame,it looks like a fat roll pin. If anyone here has one I really need it. I'm willing to purchase it just let me know thanks.
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From the online owner's manual, I believe the part number you're looking for is:Grip Panel Locator ---- W03300 ---- All SP101 Models
You might also measure the hole with calipers or by slipping drill bits into the hole and just pick up an appropriately sized roll pin from the hardware store. You may have to file the length down, but not a hard fix. I've done this several times on Colt style SAA when replacing grips. If the gun originally had one piece grips, the grip locator pin isn't there and if putting on two piece grips, you have to install one.
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