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.
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
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
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
Me Ne: 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?
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
TIM neville: i bought a ruger gp100with a 6in barrel and it is a cream to shoot and i
elbacooks4u: Always a crowd pleaser. God Bless, Elba
Delticola: My pleasure, glad you understood my humor had some value. Lots of humor
with some real issues to consider. If you're going to consider a carry gun
my suggestion? Glock model 29, Glock 27, Glock 23. The 29 is the 10mm very
very very powerful and not so uncommon these days, getting more popular.
And the 27 and 23 are 40's. Any gun fight or multiple bad guys is going to
take more then the 5 shots from the SP101. But I have the SP101 with
crimson laser grips, love it.
SuperPindos: I hope you never miss, cuz them bullets fly fair ways. Normal people use
some bulllet stops, like them berms, but you're not like the most, you
never miss, and them bullets never fly down that road, so that's cool.
robin6512: Congrats with the GP100. Good gun
Delticola: If you weren't conceived until 93 guess I could be a contemporary to your
Daddy. I wasn't first having sex until nineteen hundred and eighty nine and
it didn't get really good for a few years after that. But lets not
digress...... I owned my first 3 pistols years prior to my 21st birthday
but don't recommend any violations of the law to anyone.
reeseman67: Love 3" 357's! This revolver was on my wish list billboard from the age of
13 till I started choosing my new babies at 21! I had a lot of time to
choose, while I still love the GP-100. Then I saw the newer L-frame for the
357, and that they fit a 7th round in a similar sized package as my 66, so
the 686+P 3" 357 Magnum got snatched up, and I've never regretted it, GREAT
CAR GUN! .357's aren't TOO velocity sensitive between 3"-4" for defense,
LOVE theses sized revolvers! Great vid sir!
asus3571: I got shot with that gun lol
Delticola: Precisely 3.158432 joules. How do I know? I don't but I might still have an
interesting answer for you. The hammer drops and hits a firing pin. Older
revolver designs had the hammer taper to a point that hit the primer. But
now the flat hammer hits a transfer mechanism that is part of the firing
pin which hits the primer and it concentrates the force from the spring
into a very small point that ignites the primer. That hammer alone would
not ignite the primer without the pin point.
John Lain: Thank you very much for the information...I will keep those good points in
mind. I have also been looking at the Glock .40 S&W. Have any experience
with that? Thanks!
tnoutdoors9: "Youtube and gun reviews are making broke". LOL Just doing our part to help
promote the industry!
tnoutdoors9: I can definitely see that. I've found myself walking across the yard with
my pants around my ankles a few times recently and didn't realize it.
Seriously, it can very much create a snag, and depending on your manual
dexterity, take a few seconds to regroup and get with it. I'm never using
this for carry, but your point regarding grip selection and practical use
for carry must be a consideration.
TonusAMaximus: You can shoot .38 special in this revolver. Just bear in mind if you are
switching between cartridges, the .38's will foul the end of the cylinders
and may make your .357's a bit tight. Just keep this in mind and clean
thoroughly after a workout at the range. .38 Special is good for getting
your sights in follow through etc... However .357's generally have loads 2
or 3 times as powerful, so both the actual and perceived recoil WILL change
how accurately you shoot. Keep that in mind also.
ftw7827: sir i wouldnt put my thumb where you did on the left side if i were you .
Delticola: Brings back some serious memories. I got my GP 100, Twenty two years ago.
Carried it lots on the hip in the woods, with 4 speed loaders! It is a 6
inch. Then I got Glocks 18 years ago and carried the Glock 23 ever since.
Now I'm a Glock 20SF man. Best of both worlds now that they made the SF.
Couldn't own one before but SF made it a reality. Now I have .357 mag.
power plus in a 15 plus 1 Glock. It does not get any better then this. Nice
video and I've watched your power of 6 vid. 10x.
Delticola: I paid like $290 brand new for my stainless GP100 in 1990. Ok, maybe like
$309 with some tax or what ever. That was in the yellow cardboard box days.
6" stainless. Carried this gun in the woods camping for months, a couple
days at a time. Had a pair of speed loaders on the belt too. 18 Rounds,
don't need much more then that.
2lbsTrigrPull: I like all the crap from him. ^^
Sean Yunt: While it feels nice in the show room, the hogue grip didn't work for me. I
ended up spending $20 for a pair of pachmyr combat grips. Not that this is
a regular carry gun, but that sticky monogrip was constantly snagging
clothes from a holster. Also, I am able to get a higher grip with the
smaller grips. Ideally the previous model grips (see SP101 for style) are
the best of both worlds.
Rick Haley: Great video - love those .357 Mag Revolvers - might even be my favorite...
snowsniper8: built more like a tank, the 686 has less metal and is not built as tuff as
Jeremiahfull's Shooting Sports Channel: nice revolver... we can only use 5 inch barrel revolvers and pistols...good
rubber grips .thanks for sharing
dredank: Love the gp 100 i got a go 141 that for some reason now wont cycle while
loaded just gets stuck with the hammer about 3/4 way roostered gets stuck.
Feels like some brass or somehig is getting caught... Notsure what is could
be it cycles fine unloaded....
tnoutdoors9: Not difficult at all. I'm keeping an open mind about making a change. It's
serwiss99: Really well made review!!! It gave me a good impression of this revolver
which I consider to by...
tnoutdoors9: I have made that exact adjustment since posting the review, also changed my
Loquaciousgamer: Nice revolver. I'm very comfortable shooting .357. I had a Taurus and
regret selling it. I had a lot of fun with that caliber. It's stout, but
managable. I'm getting another one.
Doug Stephan: Thank You my Brother. And I think you'll love the Badger grips. Give them a
Paintbl99: 6:44 ricochet? Be careful TNO, don't wancha gettin hit by a flier.
Silverado4x4: Nice video. I just got my Carry permit & went with 3in GP100 for carrying
purposes. I also have Colt Trooper MKIII & both great guns. I used the
Magtech ammo with my Colt don't know if it was batch I got but they smoked
unbelievably I prefer Remington's ammo a lot.
dssin: your reviews are the best! keep em coming!
LoganAreaShooters: Going low and left could be a product of your trigger pull. I do that
sometimes, too. Oh, thanks for the ammo testing.
frankgon4: Try practicing roostering the hammer with your left thumb. Looking forward to
the ballistics barrel.
YManCyberDude: Nice one...
forrest225: That is a looooong barrel to be carrying concealed.
thegrossmaster: Don't use the parallel thumbs grip on a revolver!
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