Ruger GP101/GP100a Stag Panels (26f)
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Shipping Weight: 0.20 pounds
The Ruger GP101 and the adjustable sight GP100, as well
as a few other Ruger revolvers, use grips with these
larger panels. The fixed sight GP100 uses the small
panel, same size as in the SP101. I have a separate
listing for that one. Be sure to check the sizes and
get the correct one for your gun!
- 2.7 inches, rear top corner to front bottom corner
- 1 inch, across the top just below the saddle area
- 1.4 inches, across the bottom up from the rounded corners
- 1.4 inches from bottom to screw hole center
- 1.12 inches across the screw hole, front to back
These look especially nice in tinted or colored pearl,
such as pink, blue, green, or gold. Gold pearl is
striking in the black rubber grip body.
- Same as right panel, except top is domed upward.
You can also order a spacer kit to raise these panels above
the grip surface, so you can sand the edges and create a
blended panel while making the grip fit large hands better.
Spacing the panels out makes the grip thicker, but you
need to round off the top edge so it bends with the rest
of the grip, if you use the spacer. Or, you can use the
spacer to adjust the grip panel exactly to the edge by
attaching the spacer with epoxy, then sanding it by gently
rubbing it on a piece of sandpaper tacked to a flat board
until you have it precisely the thickness desired.
As with all Tombstone Grip Kits, these are sold
as semi-finished kits. You may wish to do more
polishing or sand them to a uniform thickness.
Instructions for doing this come with the grips and
are available here, on the main website links.
Most people read the "Please Read BEFORE Ordering"
message at the main webpage, so they know exactly what
to expect. A miniscule proportion (less than 1%) of my
customers don't seem to read that or understand what it
says, ignore the many messages and notices about the
fact that I sell grip kits rather than completely
finished grips, and are incensed that they got what
they ordered! Don't let that happen to you:
"Read All About It", as the newboy shouts on the
corner. If you don't understand, send me an
email first and I'll try to make it clear.
All I want is for you to get good quality grips that
are large enough to fit your gun with a little sanding.
(These panel inserts normally don't need sanding to fit,
although if you are very picky you might want to put a
micrometer on them for thickness and rub them back-side
down on sandpaper to make them exactly the same.)
Ruger GP101/GP100a panels (135b)
Ruger GP101 Spacers (76e)