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Old November 12th, 2017, 12:36
Southern Shark Southern Shark is offline
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Default Re: Ruger has brought the 9mm SP101 back from the dead

Your first graph goes to 200, the second to 100.
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Old November 12th, 2017, 20:24
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Default Re: Ruger has brought the 9mm SP101 back from the dead

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I would like that too.

I like my 3 inch Security Six but it is on the large side of what I want to carry all day.
You're talking six shot of the SS vs five shot frames. Think J-frame vs K/L-frame S&Ws. BIG difference. The Ruger SP101s are also heftier than the J-frame Smiths. Personally, I have an old 3" Taurus 85 which VERY closely resembles a 3" J-frame Smith. My 'go-to' carry gun. Also note in the charts above the sharp increase in muzzle velocity/energy of a 3" vs 2". With most loads it approaches 50% more energy! All that for not a heck of a lot of 'concealability' from that inch (or .75") of barrel length...
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