gp100 rear adjustables made in house?

Discussion in 'Ruger Revolver Forums' started by wingmaster, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. wingmaster

    wingmaster New Member

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    Anybody know if Ruger makes the adjustable rear gp100 sights or are they outsourced?
     
  2. VThillman

    VThillman Active Member

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    I see you are asking this in multiple forums. Ruger CS probably knows the answer. I have no complaint with the sights on my GP100MC, but I know the front sight is different; dunno about the rear.
     

  3. wingmaster

    wingmaster New Member

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    Those are non-adjustable right? People don't have a problem with the non-adjustables.
     
  4. VThillman

    VThillman Active Member

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    No, adjustable. The insert, which I gather is what you're complaining about, looks the same as on my other Rugers, except for the Blackhawk .45 not having the white outline.
     
  5. wingmaster

    wingmaster New Member

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    Ruger say's they try hard to source their parts from the US, so I'll take that as a no they don't make their own and who knows where they get them as it would seem they don't really want to say.
     
  6. Blkhawk73

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    Like most firearms manufacturers, the small parts would be outsourced. Heck even some large parts are. Ruger's invest casting division actually produced raw frames for other gun makers. I know at one point a machine shop in NH was making receivers and tons - literally tons of small parts for a number of firearms manufacturers. A small shop up this way was, possible still is, making the hammers for Colt's SAA's.