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Well, we have one of each color! I'm impressed, they are great feeling .22 SA revolvers!

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6 hours ago, Patton said:

Steelharp, what is the street price?

Grabagun  has them for $187.

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And they'll stay out because that's at a loss.

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46 minutes ago, Steelharp said:

And they'll stay out because that's at a loss.

Not necessarily. 

 

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On ‎4‎/‎19‎/‎2019 at 5:05 AM, gregintenn said:

Just when I thought a Ruger couldn't get any uglier...

Boy have you got that right! I never thought Ruger, (one of the most financially successful gun companies in this country), would stoop to producing what amounts to dirt cheap, Aluminum frame, painted revolvers. All part of the, "Build em' cheap, and stack em' deep", philosophy. I wonder when they'll start selling them in disposable 3-Packs, like throw away razors?

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 I finally got to lay my hands on one of these today and was surprised that it was as heavy as it was.  I'm not real sure if it's any lighter than my single six's.

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14 minutes ago, xsubsailor said:

 I finally got to lay my hands on one of these today and was surprised that it was as heavy as it was.  I'm not real sure if it's any lighter than my single six's.

According to the specs they’re not much lighter than a steel SS.

Where did you lay hands on one?

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8 minutes ago, Garufa said:

Where did you lay hands on one?

 A shop called Arms Fair over near Germantown (Memphis area). The one they had was the gray with black cylinder.

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5 minutes ago, xsubsailor said:

 A shop called Arms Fair over near Germantown (Memphis area). The one they had was the gray with black cylinder.

So it was priced at MSRP, lol.

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22 minutes ago, xsubsailor said:

$195

Not bad.

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1 hour ago, Garufa said:

So it was priced at MSRP, lol.

I had the same thought, and also the same pleasant surprise at the reasonable price. 

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20 minutes ago, TnEngineer said:

Smga.com still has them in silver for $179.

The problem is that by the time you pay transfer fees it's not a good deal. :( 

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23 minutes ago, E4 No More said:

The problem is that by the time you pay transfer fees it's not a good deal. :( 

I find that in a lot of things. Stripped AR lowers for instance.

Lower $29.99

Transfer (each) $25

BGC (per transaction) $10

Total  $64.99

Lots of times you can meet or maybe beat that price local. 

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5 hours ago, E4 No More said:

The problem is that by the time you pay transfer fees it's not a good deal. :( 

Why would you have to pay a transfer fee, do they not have them in the store?

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