CWB1863: Bought the GP100 in 4" last month.It's my first revolver, love it!
winwin714: Is this the one hickok45 got from you with counterfeit $20 bills?
Yesenia Vargas: can you please do 44 magnum. I actually take my n-frame out with me a lot.
44spl for nights out on the town 44 magnum for larger mammals.
JohnnyRebKy: Those are nice but I never could get used to shooting double action.
mr2bmw: Is that the GP100 that Hickock45 bought off you?
mars crain: Have you compared it with the super red hawk?
Karl Jackson: Great review on one of my all-time favorite handguns!
dahwriter: I shot 50 rounds of Blazer 158 grain, and good grief....almost a week later
and my wrists still ache. Can't say I'm a big fan of that particular load.
Haven't tried 125, but I do have 135 Gold Dot JHP, and they are INFINITELY
more agreeable to shoot than 158.
Kurtis Russell: You're so kind to do a review of hickok45's gun :)
Raoul Duke: 3 inch with fixed sights? Why not just get a snub nose? I don't see the
advantage of this set up, not as concealable as the 2.5 in, not as accurate
as a 4 with adjustable sights. And 357 in cc will leave you deaf and the
people behind your target wounded or worse. .44 special in the model 69
combat is the best revolver ever conceived by S&W.
Eric Ferguson: this is the best review I have ever seen of any firearm!! the first person
when you're aiming through the camera is just awesome.it gives you a real
idea of what the recoil is, and how it handles. THANK YOU!!!
TomCatSuperD: Have 2 GP100's, a 3 inch barrel and a 6 inch barrel. Love 'em.
George Clark: shot new one today along with others very little difference in patterns all
very close fixed sights are very good groups just a little larger with the
fixed sights, did also shoot my smith 27 and well it is a 4 inch and a very
heavy smith so I would not judge one against the other they do have their
best use consideration, I would not hunt with a 3 inch fixed sight gun,
would carry for protection and sudden needs in the wilderness as it can get
the job done, mine shot virtually at point of aim at 25 yards.
BuzzardBait48: I have watched this video several times. I just noticed at the 6:46 marker
on the last shot on the far left target, the spent bullet seems to have
bounced back quite a way. It seems to have struck the ground infront of the
center steel target and the camera. It hit the leaves almost dead center
between the tire tracks.
I just wondered if anyone had noticed this before.
docwilkey: I like the GP100
Toophless One: I love my GP 100 with a 4" barrel. At the local 100 yd range I can do a 7"
group with the stock iron sights. Not too shabby for my 65 year old eyes
without glasses. This is a major hand gun
hman630: I Love this Gun But I hate a rear fixed sight.. I would buy this gun if
it came with a rear sight that was at least adjustable with a rear side to
side adjustment sight.. JKW
armorer1911: I still like the older style peg/pannel grips on the GP100. I attended the
Ruger Armorer School and tuned every Ruger I own. I love these guns!
Raoul Duke: Any old security six beats the snot out of the gp. You can still find one
for under $400 used. Only reason the six became the gp was so ruger could
make some money since they made none in the high quality, low price six
George Clark: just picked up my standard gp100 will see how she does against my whiley
clap and my other rugers will not compare to other 357 mags I have as their
price range is double to to the ruger will judge ruger against ruger and
yes so far they group at 1.5 inch at 25 yards lets see how new one
does.should be very close and for stopping power they are great would not
really want to hunt with one but do not invade my home
George Clark: want better control and feel of the gun go to the original grips with wood
inserts have them on all my rugers wonderful feel and performance is great.
also they do not work on your hands even with max loads
George Clark: my ruger gp100 3 inch stainless just came in will get it on the 8th, cal
law.have a whiley clap 3 inch blue and love it also have a 4 inch blue,
will put it thru the mill on the 9th want to check the fixed sights on this
one, my smith 36 has fixed sights but I have had that one since 65 so am
use to where it shoots, trust me a 2 inch will get it done at 50 yards no
worries, with good ho;;ow points will stop any threat, well 3 inch 357 is
armorer1911: How do you feel about that round compared to the 9mm HST?
Glenn Ostrosky: Nice review. I have one but with the 4" inch barrel. It is a very nice
gun, shoots great, very reliable, easy to clean. I like using 38 special
for ammo, a lot less kick than 357 ammo.
George Clark: heard you have been down with something best wishes for recovery, I did
recover from agent orange cancer had a great surgeon who did everything
rite and yes he was not a va idiot, even though I am entitled to va
benefits I will never use them anything government is pure trash. get well
and get healthy.
Larry Cook: 3 5 7, my favorite caliber. Ruger is hard to beat too.
JunkfoodZombie: LOVE Ruger revolvers! You can run them ovrr with a tank and the only thing
that would break would br the tank treads! XD
TN6565: The 4 inch barrel in stainless is just symmetric and beautiful. I have one
and now I need a S&W to keep it company in my gun safe.
onebigkahuna69: I just picked up a 3" SS yesterday and shot it today and being a semi auto
guy i have to say this hoot to shoot.
toasteh: 'Let's practice shooting down a road'...
john mills: While watching you shoot, i could see your wrist breaking to the left as
you squeezed the trigger. This will cause the left and low hits. Could be
just a "flinch" in anticipation of recoil or you just need to work on your
form a little.
George Clark: change the grip to the original with wood insert you would not believe what
a difference it makes feels much better in your hand and just feels better
try them they will improve your shooting, wood make wonders something that
God designed in us I guess, try them and let me know I changed all mine and
it is wonderful.
Joey Bag of Donuts: Just bought this same configuration, I don't plan on carrying it, it's
going to be my nightstand piece. I love wheel guns,they are simple,
accurate, and most importantly, reliable. I may throw it in my back pack
when hiking or camping, the black bear here in my state are one the large
size. Nice vid by the way!
Francisco Gonzales: Can you do a review on the golden saber 357 mag
125 grain ammo test because I have this for a back up gun for home defense.
jason cavanaugh: I read a review on chuckhawks.com saying that 357 out of a short barrel
revolver has the same velocity as a 38 sp. Could you do a test between the
two at different barrel lengths to see the difference?
Carlos Aquiles: I have that GP-100 in the same 3" configuration, and it is a great revolver
to have. I installed the Hogue Goncalo Alves on mine, and it looks super
cool. I dont plan to carry mine, as it is really heavy but for home defense
and range use, its great. Seems you have to work on the trigger, because I
used to shoot a bit low left too, it was a combination of flinching and
George Clark: now want to live the best of the 357 you need to check out two arms, smith
28, highway patrolman, a 357 built on a 44mag frame, the model 27 is great
if you can afford it both same gun just finish is different and cost is a
grand difference, then comes my favorite colt trooper 4 inch, not an over
priced python but a reliable beautiful 357 that will deliver every shot
every time within 1/4 inch of point of aim provided you know how to shoot,
ruger is excellent but these heavier guns are superb just my thoughts and
exp at 100 yards. and I love them all.
Zongwang Wang: I love it, i love .357 revolver, either Ruger or S&W
Bob johnson: wow I saw almost no recoil. I have a GP 100 wiley clapp 3 incher
George Clark: my 3 inch is the whiley clap only mine is blue, revolvers in my opinion
should always be blue, for beauty even in bad elements one should care for
his arms, everything I have is blue except for my 45 black powder it is all
ss, and my wife hates it because after initial cleaning I throw it in the
dish washer, thank god she loves me because she does know how to shoot, and
does every weekend I do not shoot black powder, come home smelling like
rotten eggs, what would ya expect after 10 hours of black powder shooting.
she may have a point, for after my surgery I cannot smell, maybe a pluss or
minus depending on what your view.
Mr E: tnoutdoors9, good video as usual but I have a question, I have the same
revolver, what do you use for clean the dark stain deposits without mess
with the satin finish of the cylinder?
Daniel Murray: would the "weaver position" not be best for testing?
sirmorluk: All you had to do is say so TN.. The ammo is in the mail and I would like
it tested by next Monday. *Runs out of thread* :P
Doug Stephan: You will love that Ruger after some practice. My main carry gun is the
Ruger SP101 loaded with Buffalo Bore 180 grain .357 mag. It took some time
to get used to the recoil but now at 30 feet, I shoot 2 inch groups. A
sweet little hand cannon..Great vid..Keep up the great work.
William Cooper: first video of yours i have seen, impressed with your review! I am looking
at this gun for myself. again great to the point and informative review,
you got a follower for sure!
Take Detour: I like your ballistic gel tests much better.
roentgen571: Good review. This your first time showing your face on camera?
TonusAMaximus: Firstly, I live in Sydney, Australia, we have very inconsistent gun laws
here and some of the most strict in the world. Anything bigger than .38
calibre is prohibited unless you get an extra special license, and the
normal license is hard enough to get! I haven't fired .40 S&W. It's being
adopted by an increasing number of cops in the states(low recoil, good
energy transfer). Personally I am not a Glock fan, I dislike the boxy site
picture and the trigger pull. But many LOVE them.
elmooko69: Great review! I love my Gp100 6" though I kind of wish I had the 3" version
too. I'm looking to get an Alaskan next, though I'll probably need a second
job just to pay for the ammo! Thanks for all the work you put into these