I would like to get a very nice trigger job on a SS GP for the single Ruger forum I found the IBOK for the GP on Google (GP IBOK). I received the GP pdf this morning. I found the IBOK so helpful thought I should bump it back up so others could keep seeing it. Gp Ibok – PDF Free. Download – -. Ruger sp manual pdf ruger sp manual pdf magnum revolver like the. Ruger GP For many.
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If endshake is too tight, the gun may bind up when you shoot it. Chances are the transfer bar or the pawl is not positioned properly.
Could I impose iboi you for a copy or how can I obtain one? By continuing to use this ggp100, you agree to their use. On adjustable sight models, insert a proper fitting flat blade screwdriver in the windage screw part I Just received the spring kit and reviewed your article again before starting the project.
It too must be very smooth. Again, the latch should drop before the cylinder begins to rotate. GPs takes a lot of polishing just to get a nice DA pull.
The cam surface at the top end of the trigger is the area used to cam back the hammer in DA and mates with the back edge of the hammer dog. I started the blog because I found so much misinformation and just poor info I decided I would put as much info on the blog as I could after making sure of my sources plus tp100 own experience over the years.
G;100 stop engages the cylinder notch and locks. Zero light strikes with the reduced power springs and it clustered the shots very tight. Drop the hammer into the slot. I was shooting fmj and I think I had better accuracy with gr than 38 gr or gr.
The gp100 has thread lock. Ruger, on the other hand Now here is the weird part. The above referenced spring kit comes with an 8 lb and 10 lb spring. Place your thumb and fingers between the bottom of the ejector star wheel and the top of the cylinder to hold the ejector up. Ease the spring and seat off the strut. If side play is excessive, a new cylinder latch part 6 may be needed. Glad you enjoyed the article and got some use from it!
Pull the center pin rod part 2 and center pin spring part 3 out from the front and the ejector part 58 out from the rear.
Grab the right flange on the hammer pivot pin and pull it completely out. IWB rig for ruger gp?
GP100 IBOK for SP101
The hammer has a small notch on the extension. Thank you for writing and letting me know how helpful the article igok If I tipped it up, the hammer worked, down, no hammer.
Send a private message to TrysteofFate. Especially, if you have one with a factory job. The firing pin is secured by a recoil plate part 31 and held in place by a recoil plate cross pin part Snap the right grip insert into position. It looks like and feels like a tank that could handle anything The FFL offered to send it back but I persevered and got it apart.
Happy holidays and thanks again! Since the IBOK is not available anymore, the info here is invaluable. I shot the GP this afternoon and it was nice.
Strange problem with my GP100
I knew I would like it more after fine tuning it but the gun turned out even better than I expected. I think mine was a little rougher than usual when new though. I wish I could write with that attention to detail, and the engineering sublimity of the weapon.
Lay the disassembly pin in the slot at the bottom of the left ibo.
Strange problem with my GP
You can then install very light hammer springs and still get lock times just as fast as a factory spring with a factory hammer while having plenty of energy on the firing pin for reliable primer detonation. Due to copyright issues the schematic had to be removed. Now close the cylinder and rotate it slightly until the cylinder locks up. You can open the throats to. If the gap is too wide, you will loose a little velocity but accuracy will not be affected.
The probable cause in your situation is with the hammer dog. Black, white outline, and V notch rear sight blades are available from Ruger. The pawl engages the extractor ratchet and begins to rotate the cylinder CCW. Hold the trigger all the way back with your left hand and middle finger.
This can be measured by laying gap gauge blades on the recoil shield and matching protrusion to thickness.