I think the difference between the 686 and 60 is that 686 is … Is this right? The hammer and trigger springs are seperate and can be lightened without effecting one another. There are areas like the hammer and top strap on the GP100 that show where Ruger saves a few pennies to deliver a less expensive gun. Ruger SP101 vs GP100: Reckoning Of The Ruger Revolvers. If you want to carry a wheel gun but need something that's with a bit more beef than the standard snubby, two guns that will come up in your search are the Ruger SP101 vs GP100.Which is better as a concealed carry revolver? They can shoot everything from wimpy .38 target wadcutters to full-house .357 magnum hunting rounds, and everything in between. Sounds like I should get the ruger. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I've owned two GP100's and a few different SW revolvers and for me Smith is generally a small step above Ruger out of the box. Someone mentioned the Smith 69, a five shot revolver, another EXCELENT choice. New GP100 and used 686. Now, letâ s look at some examples of SMART goals for managers. Thread Tools. GP100- The hogue rubber grip is thick and absorbs lots of recoil. As others have said the 686 and GP100 are mid sized frames while the SP101 is a small frame. This is a big first for me! . The Ruger GP100 and the Smith & Wesson 686. I’ve narrowed it down to two options. The internal machining is pretty rough, but it's easy to clean up and get to a great trigger, and you can lighten the trigger pull with a Wolf spring kit. If you have any other input on this or any other .357 revolvers let me know. Were Smith triggers better in the past, All the guns I’m talking about are new? They have both of them in addition to the 4.2" SP101 for rent where we shoot. Been looking for a 2.5" S&W 686, but after having looked at over 20 of them locally, they all either had a canted barrel or significant scuffs/scratches in the finish. I certainly don't mind working on the trigger and changing the grips was already on the list. Since the Ruger is less expensive, if I go with the GP100, I will be able to afford a trigger job too.
slab-side bull-barrel and a fiber optic front sight is a winning combo. While not a monumental effort in any way other than gameplay, Ogre Battle: Limited Edition's … Don't flick it open or slam it closed, that can damage the mechanism. Not to mention the sweet triggers. Your choice of a .357 revolver is a good one - these are amazing handguns.
Yes with a valid concealed carry permit, however it cannot be used to shoot a deer or dispatch a wounded deer. Another thing, are all the internal components metal with the exception of the grip? Grip frame design easily accommodates a wide variety of custom grips. Do the responsible thing; buy one of each. This post is part of the series: SMART Goal Resources & Strategies, Team management and coaching are key soft skills for managers. I went 586 over GP100 and while the 100 is a great gun, I'm happy I made my decision. Community Boards will also play a huge role in the players' success. I think some Greek counter-terrorist folk use the GP100. So, handle both, and whatever you decide you've made the right choice. I prefer the GP grip but that's an easy swap. The idea is that this forces the various moving parts to rub against one another, smoothing the contact surfaces. Traded off my 686 4" sometime back. Ruger GP100 vs S&W 686 6” Barrel .357 Thread starter SailingNut; Start date Apr 18, 2018; Which do you prefer? The Ruger GP100 and the Smith & Wesson 686. The single action New Model Blackhawk (NMBH) is quite different in look and feel to the 686. Both will likely, if you take care of them, be something you can pass along to heirs, so long as the laws are copacetic. Thread Tools. Shot both and am often a rugar whore but the 686+ 6" is my dream wheelgun. Hose it down with brake cleaner, let it dry, and reassemble it without any lubrication, and then dry-fire it 1000 times. GP100 vs SP101 Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by China boy, Apr 18, 2015.