The Ruger Flat Top is rare in magnum, a special edition no longer offered, while a mainstay in 44 Special. I think they must have heard Ace talking! And hard-cast 250gr Keiths. Also found the Buffalo Bore LSWCHP defensive load, which shoots to same POA as the Blazer (~15 yards) and should be equally efficient for defensive purposes. To be honest, the factory trigger, as you state is so nice, I’m not sure how much real improvement I got. My eyes pick it up fast and line the green dot up with the rear sight instinctively. The GP100 44 Special is built primarily of stainless steel, and wears a three-inch barrel with integral upper and lower ribs. Quantum physics and RevolverGuy at the same time? 1 STANDARD 450 BUSHMASTER $ 1,456.00 (5) Ruger … The mind reels with the possibilities . I find myself wondering, “What would Skeeter Skelton think of all these new .44 Special guns and cartridges?”  Charles “Skeeter” Skelton was a Marine who served a life in law enforcement that included the Border Patrol, Sheriff of Deaf Smith County, Texas, US Customs, and the DEA. Like Ace, I think the .44 Special is more than adequate for self defense with stoked with the Gold Dots (which I use) or the Buffalo Bores. These “special edition” revolvers are somewhat atypical compared to the rest of the line, but aren’t very special otherwise. Has anyone see or shot this gun? cartridge after hot-loading .44 Special., it was Skeeter who had an affinity for the .44 Special. That’s what you get when working a quantum physics problem and blogging at the same time. The hot setup in my outfit, the Border Patrol, was either a Smith & Wesson L-frame 686 or the GP100. THE REVOLVER FEATURES A 3 INCH BARREL, BLADE FRONT WITH ADJUSTABLE REAR … The Ruger is the purer choice, of course. They’re smooth in front and back with stippling on the sides. From old guns (he has fired the 300+ year-old Blunderbuss that hangs above his fireplace) to the lastest wondergun – handguns, rifles, and shotguns – he likes them all. Ruger GP100 44 Special.44 Special may not be the most common cartridge out there, but Ruger currently manufactures two GP100 models built for it. While Jason was at it he prevailed upon Ruger to produce this GP in .44 Special, .357 Magnum and .327 Federal. The forcing cone of the GP100 does not look as stout as the Ruger flat top Bisley 44 Spl and I wouldn't be firing a lot of so-called +P Level II loads at 22,000 psi or Level III loads at 25,000 psi, as oft quoted in Handloader magazine, in the GP100 44 Spl. As soon as Ruger introduced the GP100 in .44 Special, I bought one. (ctr.) -Mark Twain, Long live the .44 Special! Ace. It’s interesting that Ruger came to market with this stainless steel .44 Special GP100 with a short barrel. 17 Affordable Concealed-Carry Guns Under $300, First Look: DeSantis Variable GRD Handgun Holster, First Look: Galco Ankle Glove Holster for Kimber K6s Revolver, Review: Rival Arms 10/22 Precision Chassis System, © 2020 National Rifle Association of America. While they have longed for .44 Special revolvers, the major manufacturers have been less than forthcoming, most often bringing out .44 Special revolvers as limited editions, if at all. I’m hardly timely with this comment, coming as it does three-odd weeks after reading this story. Cut to still allow smooth ejection of spent cases, they feel and work just as well as the rubber grips. But there are plenty of long barreled .44s available and Lipsey’s has already come forth with a blued steel 5-inch version. Ruger continues down the .44 Special trail with a stubby 3” barreled version of their GP100 chambered to hold five rounds in an unfluted cylinder. $829.00 $677.89. Triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front, rear and bottom for more positive alignment and dependable operation shot after shot. Quick view Compare Add to Cart. Damn it, Steve. A five-shot revolver with a three-inch barrel, I find it an excellent field gun—not heavy like my five-inch S&W .44 Magnum but with plenty of punch. That seems like a reasonable option if you like a lighter bullet. He persuaded Hogue to make this grip, which to my mind is reminiscent of the Jordan Trooper wood grips that happen to be one of the great revolver grips of all time. Ruger GP100 44 Special 3" Barrel SS Finish . To recap, the Lipsey’s/Ruger GP 100.44 Special has a 5″ barrel, 10.5″ OAL, a weight of 38 oz., adjustable sights and hand-filling custom walnut stocks. In addition to new guns, new .44 Special ammunition (by Sig Sauer, Hornady, and the Speer Gold Dot) and expanding bullet weight and design choices are the nitroglycerin pills keeping the old cartridge alive. Between the six-inch Model 29, the four-inch Mountain Gun, and the brace of Ruger Redhawks… what possible big bore shooting scenario have I left uncovered? Great suggestions on the loads, Ace! These handles are the same as the handsome ones that come standard on Ruger’s Match Champion model. No sense of history. Stay tuned for the upcoming review of the 5″ GP 100 .44 Special Lipsey’s exclusive with the half lug barrel (and walnut handles and brass bead front sight!). The barrel’s full underlug protects the non-rotating ejector rod. In 2009, the firearms distributor Lipsey’s contracted with Ruger (Bill Ruger having passed away seven years prior) to make 1000 Ruger Blackhawk single action revolvers chambered in .44 Special. Ace, I like the idea of the compact GP grip on this gun, and agree a 5″ would be a neat addition. I’ve got plenty of jacketed 225gr and 240gr bullets. The rear sight is a standard adjustable variety with a white outline, while the front sight is a dovetailed green fiber optic. Double action still kept all shots in the ten ring. What we need is an industry sanctioned higher pressure loading that is appropriate for modern guns but still far below the extreme pressure levels of the 44 magnum. Ordered one the first day I found them available (Momma said I could). You’re so right P&P, we’ve had .38 Special +P loads that reasonable people understand should never be fired in late 19th Century or early 20th Century .38 Special revolvers. And the gun shop just down the road just happens to have that nice GP100 in their display case. Unfortunately, Ruger did not move the warning on the left side of the barrel to the less conspicuous location under the barrel as they have on some of their other revolvers. The MSRP is $869. Ruger ® GP100 ® double-action revolvers are among the most comfortable shooting revolvers. Ian, welcome aboard! The SAAMI pressure limit for the 44 Special is 15,500 psi. Stock grip does soak up the recoil. The fully adjustable rear sight is wide and includes a white outline in its notch. SPEED BEEZ® Ruger GP100® 3 Inch Tactical Revolver Holster Outside the Waist Band (Fits any Ruger GP100® up to 3 Inch Barrel) Fits New 44 Special $ 73.00; Add to cart SPEED BEEZ® Speed Loader Pouch (Size 2) – Fits Smith Wesson 686, 686 Plus, 38/357 Ruger GP100® 38/357, 44, Kimber K6®, S&W Model 69 44… Elmer Keith blew up Colt Single Action Army revolvers in his quest to discover how hot he could handload the .44 Special. These “special edition” revolvers are … He provided literary escape for those of us who could only imagine his free existence shooting rattlesnakes, riding horseback in the mountains, his revolver taking a javelina and then cooking it on a desert campfire. http://www.lipseys.com/itemdetail.aspx?itemno=RUGP-4451-5. He also wrote prolifically about firearms, combining guns with his southwest lifestyle in a manner that was superbly entertaining. Love the blue finish on this model. It’s built on a .357 chassis and chambered for an old fight-stopping cartridge. newsletter for at-a-glance access to industry news, gear, gun reviews, videos and more—delivered directly to your Inbox. Shooting the Ruger GP-100 Revolver in 44 Special Although it is a new caliber for this revolver, the GP100 model has been out for over 30 years and holsters are well represented in the … But they do add a level of panache with their handsome color and grain. It’s unique feature was a grip peg that allowed a wrap around grip (when made of rubber type material it gave even more cushioning effect) that could be conformed into a square butt style for police service/target shooting or a round butt style for concealment in a short barrel version. A couple of years ago, Ruger’s revolver product manager, Kurt Hindle, wanted a new grip without finger grooves for the 3-inch-barreled LCRx variant of the popular Ruger LCR. This article, "Ruger GP100 .44 Special" appeared originally as a Gun Locker review in the May 2017 issue of Shooting Illustrated. I’ve favored crossdraw holsters since carrying on my parents’ property in Wisconsin. Was tickled to discover the Blazer with the Gold Dot bullets, which the gun seems to like a lot. Plenty of S&Ws and Colts have passed through my hands or reside in my safe. It just isn’t sanctioned. Smaller and lighter than the Super Blackhawk .44 Magnums, half came with 4 5/8” barrels and the other half with 5 ½” barrels. version of the Ruger GP100 came out, most American police officers carried revolvers and Ruger was competing with Smith & Wesson for its share of that market. Looking forward to hearing more from you here. GP100® in .44 Special. by Ed Head - That’s excellent for a short barreled revolver’s brief sight radius. Ruger GP100 22LR 10 Shot 5.5" Barrel Double Action Fixed Sight Adjustable Sights. The cartridge has always had a loyal following and I predict Ruger will easily sell every one of these the company cares to make. Many have asked, “Why not just buy a .44 Magnum and shoot Specials in it?”  That can certainly be done and it’s difficult to explain to someone who only wants or can only afford just one gun. The .44 Special is something of a magical cartridge with a devoted fan base that generally feel a bit deprived. What we need is a sanctioned 44 Special +P . It warms my heart to see Skeeter and Elmer’s names here in the pages of RevolverGuy. But I’ve always loved S&W revolvers. Ruger GP100 44 Special.44 Special may not be the most common cartridge out there, but Ruger currently manufactures two GP100 models built for it. This is, after all, about the .44 Special. Ruger SP101 ® GP100 ... 77/44; 77/357™ ... Disassembly of integrated subassemblies requires no special tools and allows for easy maintenance and assembly. Keith and his contemporaries smirked at the .357 Magnum because they knew they had something superlative in the .44 cartridge they enjoyed. The Lipsey’s Ruger GP100 with a holster from Simply Rugged Holsters Weighing 38 ounces unloaded the GP100 … Adjustable sighted versions of the S&W or the Colt were holy grails. The .44 Special is very manageable, even for novice shooters. So yes there are some differences in certain Ruger GP100. Doing my best not to go there. The GP100 isn’t a pocket pistol, but it packs easily in a belt holster and can be concealed with a jacket or baggy shirt. It’s time we filled that enormous gap between the performance of the 44 Special and the 44 magnum with a sanctioned 44 Special +P. It was conceived, of course, as a super-strong holster-size .357 able to stand up to the pounding of constant training fire with magnum rounds. And five factory fresh boxes of Gold Dot 230gr GDHP – the stuff that says “Special,” not “Magnum.”. I see there’s also a Hornady Critical Defense load with a 165 grain FTX at 900 fps muzzle velocity, which puts it square into .40 S&W-type performance. The GP100 has proven itself as a robust revolver over the years. Walking through the thick woods, driving a tractor around, or just sitting down to sight in a rifle was found to be much easier with a weak side crossdraw instead of a strong side holster. To put that in perspective, the SAAMI limit for 44 magnum is 36,000 psi and the limit for 38 Special +P is 20,000 psi. I would not buy another Smith & Wesson revolver with that crime-against-nature, POS, internal lock. Gorgeous! Old canisters of Unique and 296 from the back of the closet. (ctr.) They’re the first without finger grooves (which never seem to match up well with my big fingers anyway) for Ruger and the pebble style surface adds even more grip than the rubber alone. 2 of 12 Ruger GP100 .44 Special … Like other GP100s, it features a crane-mounted pivoting lock that secures the cylinder in three places. Hot loads are dangerous and unnecessary. The .44 cylinder holes and bore were lighter than the .357 version. The double-action trigger pull on my sample is smooth, doesn’t stack and measures a slightly heavy but usable 11 pounds. And more importantly, it is the first article by Steve Tracy, a guy who reached out to me out of the blue and offered me this article to run. We also carry 44 Special ammunition. I have added the Wolff kit as well as the spacer washers. The .44 Special GP100 has a good, smooth trigger double action. Get the Shooting Illustrated Reloaded newsletter for at-a-glance access to industry news, gear, gun reviews, videos and more—delivered directly to your Inbox. About Steven Tracy: Steven Tracy is a full-time police officer and has been a firearms enthusaist since birth and a certified firearms instructor for the last 28 years. . A friend of mine carries one of these revolvers every day as one of the two pistols he carries concealed and has no trouble at all with the weight or size of the gun. Looking into the crystal ball, I wouldn’t be surprised if Ruger next produced a 5-inch barrel. condition 97%. I love my 5 inch full lug GP100 .357, balance … The 44 Special is an awesome cartridge but is suffers from one inescapable problem – The SAAMI pressure limits for the 44 Special are held ridiculously low. Having a gun that fires multiple chamberings is a sound idea and a concrete way of looking at things, especially if cost keeps one from purchasing multiple firearms. The latest iteration on a basic Ruger platform is a blued, 5-shot .44 Special GP100 with a half-lug barrel instead of the usual full lug. Back in 1986, when the .357 Mag. Nice write up! ruger gp100 in .357 magnum cal., with 4" barrel. Double action measures a little over 11 pounds. A five-shot revolver with a three-inch barrel, I find it an excellent field gun—not heavy like my five-inch S&W .44 Magnum but with plenty of punch. These handles position your index finger just right for expert manipulation of the trigger. Out of Stock, Taking Backorders. The GP100 has always been one of the most underappreciated DA .357s. The.44 Special is the fifth cartridge for which the GP100 has been chambered. Steve, thank you! I still remember the very first .44 Special handgun I ever owned and shot. Whether in factory ammunition or handloads, the .44 Special can serve in a target, defensive or hunting capacity with loads that go from mild to absolute full-blown stompers. It’s … Since you’re a reloader, the .44 Special is right up your alley! Stay tuned for my review (coming soon at a RevolverGuy website near you!) A possible motive for choosing 44 Special only is to have a gun that is more compact and lighter. There is also a blued 5″ version with the full underlug as well. My mind stretches back to that old Model 24, all those years ago, and I shake my head. When I first learned of this new revolver, I knew I had to have one. The new 3" barrel Ruger GP100 5-Shot.44 Special falls neatly into my idea of a one-gun shooting solution. They retired to a log cabin and my dad had his own range. The first thing you realize when grasping the .44 Special GP100 is that it’s a chunky, meaty handgun. Many fans followed his lead and had their .357s converted to .44 Special as well. The hammer spur seems precisely positioned for strong hand or off hand thumb cocking and the single action trigger pull breaks clean without any creep or overtravel at just under 5 pounds. I like that—it gets my attention quickly. While Keith was a great proponent of big-bore handguns and developed the .44 Mag. And besides, I’ve got plenty of ‘em, the old ones, already. As Mike already stated, I will reiterate….Welcome! The .44 Special is the fifth cartridge for which the GP100 has been chambered. Ruger GP100 22LR 10 Shot 5.5" Barrel Double Action Fixed Sight Adjustable Sights. I think. But Buffalo Bore, Corbon, and DoubleTap offer some very potent .44 Special loads I would not hesitate to carry for defensive use. A soft lead 240-250 grain, 44 caliber SWC travelling at 900-1000 fps will do 95% of what a 44 caliber handgun is asked to do. “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” Give him a warm welcome! They sold out very quickly. However, all of that said, the Ruger GP100 in .44 Special is everything that a defensive handgun should be. I’ve shot it a ton, both at the range and on the set of “Handguns … Ruger reasoned that his customers could just shoot Specials out of his big Magnum gun. Ruger GP100 .44 Special From its green fiber-optic front sight to its pebble-textured Hogue Monogrip, this new GP100 is ready to rock on the trail or in a CCW holster. And as I twist these thoughts in my head I keep coming back to a single thought… although I own several .44’s I do not have one in an L-Frame – long my favorite Smith handgun size. Ruger just keeps cranking out the .44 Special revolvers! You always knew about when it was due. The unfluted cylinder makes it look heavy and the full under lug barrel adds to that look. Ruger's long anticipated GP100 in 44 special is a long time in coming. maythe4thbewithu on Ruger GP100. Because the front sight is dovetailed into the stainless matte stainless steel barrel, it can be replaced with a gold dot or a tritium night sight. The .44 Special’s legacy endures because firearm manufacturers (S&W, Ruger, Charter Arms, Taurus, Freedom Arms, Colt, Cimarron, etc) keep coming out with new revolvers chambered for the 110-year old round. Despite near declarations of death several times over the decades, the .44 Special has risen again and again. For the person who reloads and is willing to slightly exceed the SAAMI limits, the 44 Special is capable of both excellent accuracy and excellent terminal performance. The hammer locks up early and the double action pull isn’t stagey or creepy or stacking. Welcome aboard Steve, and thanks for a great review of this classic cartridge, and the new launch platform for it. walnut handles and brass bead front sight! What role will you use the revolver for? This is a gun made for woods carry. As soon as Ruger introduced the GP100 in .44 Special, I bought one. So similar in size were these revolvers that they fit in the same holsters and used the same six-shot speedloaders. But, then, I’ve been dithering. SInce Ruger wouldn’t make it, Skeeter had a custom gunsmith bore out a .357 Ruger single action Blackhawk to make it into a custom .44 Special. I think that will help guide the caliber selection. Flinging heavy bullets at moderate velocities is what the .44 Special does best, and that is exactly what’s needed for defensive use against man and most beasts. Ruger recently introduced their GP100 revolver in .44 Special. Elmer Keith and Skeeter Skelton surely smiled down from Valhalla when they heard Ruger produced a GP100 chambered in.44 Special. Currently there is no official 44 Special +P standard. Obviously, only Jerry Miculek, the world record holder for revolver … If you’ve mastered double action shooting, this Ruger will surely please you at whatever range you prefer to fire. There are some ammunition manufacturers that squeeze the highest possible performance out of the 44 Special while staying within the SAAMI limits but for the most part, even the best 44 Special loadings fall short of the cartridge’s tremendous performance potential in modern, strong guns. Heathens. . A factory .44 Special +P would be a great designation. That’s a lot of power, no matter how you measure it. Virgin .44 Special brass. And that’s reasonable, considering the .44 Special is not a big seller and is something of a cult favorite. Some shooters opt for a .44 Magnum knowing full well that they’re more likely to fire .44 Specials most of the time. 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