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This is a discussion on S & w or ruger in the 357 within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; WE ARE LOOKING AT 357'S and we like S & W and RUGER your input would be nice....

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    Default S & w or ruger in the 357

    WE ARE LOOKING AT 357'S and we like S & W and RUGER your input would be nice.

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    I have an Ruger SP101 snub that I like a lot!!!
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    GO RUGER ALL THE WAY! ...but I also own a S&W. LOL
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    Both are fine guns. Go with whatever feels most comfortable in your hand. Expect the S&W to be substantially more expensive than the Ruger.
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    Given the choice, i would definatly go with the S&W, had a 101, nice gun, but prefer my 686, barrels abit longer, but just like the smiths grip and feel better,

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdoc357 View Post
    GO RUGER ALL THE WAY! ...but I also own a S&W. LOL
    That It, Get them both, nothing wrong with that!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoAnn Parkinson Holloway View Post
    WE ARE LOOKING AT 357'S and we like S & W and RUGER your input would be nice.
    I prefer Ruger..........................
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    I have the GP100, SP101 and LCR and i have had no problems with any of them, the LCR is the most comfortable to carry and the GP100 is the most pleasant to shoot, but quite large to carry. The LCR is really abusive when shooting .357 rounds while the others are pleasant with most any ammo and the SP101 while heavier than the LCR is still great for CC. These revolvers are built really strong and dependable and are able to withstand heave use and heavy loads better than a Smith, but for most people with proper care either will provide years of dependable service. The one that fits your hand best and appeals to you the most is the one you should go for and you will be happy with it.

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    If you're looking for a compact, concealable revolver, Ruger SP101, 2.25 inch barrel, bobbed hammer, dump the factory grips and put on some Hogue grips. SUH-WEEEEET!!!!!!!
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    I recently bought the Ruger sp101, its an awesome gun.

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