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      Thoughts & Pictures of SP101

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      I am considering buying my buddies SP101 2 1/4" barrel

      good condition $225 is this a good price?

      any likes or dislikes about the gun

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      Buy that SP101 now and don't miss a great deal in your favor. I carried one for over a year with c/t lazer sights on it. They are built like a tank and will not let you down. One of the best .357 stubs I ever owned. Call that friend up and go get it.

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      do you have a pic of it, was your spurless or not

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      Mine had a hammer and that don't make no difference. That is a great price on that gun.

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      That's a GREAT price, but ONLY if it's a .357.

      Early SP-101s were .38 Special caliber only. These are less desirable as shooters, although they work just fine, because they are a bit heavy for a .38-only snubbie. $225 is still a pretty good price even for the .38 version, but if you haven't checked the caliber, you should; it could even be a .32 Mag or .22. Spurless hammer is worth less on resale, because most folks WANT the option to thumb-cock it, even if that is generally considered useless on a self-defense gun.
      Last edited by DJ Niner; 12-25-2006 at 01:57 AM.

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      I have the one you speak of. I find it very comfortable to shoot, even with the full power 357 Magnum loads. You won't regret buying one. $225 is a great price for it.

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