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I was looking for a 101 to carry and take hiking so being a HUGE Ruger fan I decided to put myself on a list to buy a new one over at the local Turners Outdoorsman.

So I put a deposit down. I was sixth in line. I figured that ain't gonna happen but what the heck. Then I get a call about one a person traded in. She's mint. Six Franklins and door. The action is super tight. I bet hardly a box or two through it.



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Exotic wood grips are available on ebay and manufactured in Thailand. It's probably some old man in a clapboard room churning them out. I imagine he has a bunch of cardboard templates hanging on a wire hook swinging on a dusty wall.
 

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When I change grips I like walnut or an exotic wood………..certainly not a rubber grip!
It's for utility not beauty although the gun itself is a beauty. I rarely shoot 38's so .357's hurt my hand cuz I have some arthritis from nailing. Shootin .357's from this baby is nothing compared to the 101.

Here's some mesquite grips I put on my blackhawk .357 mag. From texasgrips.com They fit around the bottom of the grip, extended grips they call them cuz my hand is so big I cant get my pinkie on the standard grips. Plus one side had a chip. Now it's awesome

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