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WTS OR Socom Blue Cerakote Ruger Gp100 4" like new. Price drop.

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by DeepSpaceNote, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. DeepSpaceNote

    DeepSpaceNote United States Member

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    Like new, Ruger, Gp100, 357 mag, 4" barrel, adjustable sights, Cerakote finish. Has seen less than 200 rounds all before finish was done. Cerakote was applied by a licensed applicator in Socom blue, which gives the gun a satin finish in a blue/black color similar to the original blued finish. Sorry for the picture quality.



    $650 no trades. willing to discuss shipping.


    Willing to drive within reason, Portland, OR


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  2. jwelch308

    jwelch308 Silverton, Oregon area Member

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    Side note, who did the cerakote job for you and how much?
     
  3. DeepSpaceNote

    DeepSpaceNote United States Member

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    It was a guy in Washington, $200 I think, however he actually went out of business to pursue another venture, he said Cerakoting wasn't making him enough. Rhue group was the name. He did a beautiful job(took the gun to a gun store the other day and the guy thought it was brand new), I couldn't believe my pistol was literally the last thing he Cerakoted. Sad because I actually planned to have him do my 870. The only other place I have used was Oregon Timber Wolf, I highly recommend them but they are way out there.
     
  4. jwelch308

    jwelch308 Silverton, Oregon area Member

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    Thanks for the info....... I have a 5" GP100 that I was thinking about doing that to. Carried it during bow season as a backup. Great gun, just so damn heavy, so I'll probably be selling it off too
     
  5. DeepSpaceNote

    DeepSpaceNote United States Member

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    No problem. It is a wonderful firearm, but I just found myself never really making time to shoot it and when I did I never wanted to actually pay for 357s. I decided it was best to try and condense the amount of calibers I needed.