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Alan Fud
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(4/16/02 8:21:00 am)
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Actually two questions:

1) Is the GP100 the size of a K-frame or a little bit smaller?

2) Is the SP101 the size of a J-frame or a little bit bigger?

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rayra
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(4/17/02 8:09:37 pm)
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I think you've got them right -
SP101 ~ J
GP100 ~ K

No hard facts, just guessing.

Alphamale
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(4/17/02 9:20:43 pm)
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I've been looking for the specs, and can't find what I'm looking for. I have to be in town tomorrow, so I'll stop by the gun shop and take a look see.
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AntiqueDr
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(4/18/02 12:19:00 am)
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You will find that although they are roughly the same size, the Ruger will be generally thicker and heavier. S&W used that in an advertising campaign just after the GP series was announced, showing a big old hamburger on a plate. Something like "thicker is better in some things, but not guns."


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