New: Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10mm Auto

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posted on May 1, 2018
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Ruger has introduced the GP100 Match Champion revolver chambered in 10mm Auto. This revolver stands out, with a factory-tuned action and ergonomic features, all for a suggested price of $969.

Read the American Rifleman review of the GP100 Match Champion 10mm Auto.

Ruber GP100 Match Champion Model 1775
Overall length is 9.5-inches, and weight is 37 ounces.


Featuring a 4.20-inch cold hammer-forged barrel, the GP100 Match Champion in 10mm Auto has a half-lug design with an 11-degree target crown, a chamfered cylinder and ejector for easy loading.

Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10mm Auto
The front sight is fiber optic, and the rear sight is adjustable. Takedown requires no special tools.


The grips are custom Hogue hardwood with stippled sides. The grip frame design is compatible with most aftermarket grips. Additionally, the adjustable rear sight and quick-change fiber optic front sight should allow for rapid acquisition on both plates and targets.

Polished internals, a centering boss on the trigger and centering shims on the hammer round out the GP100. This new configuration ships with three moon clips.

For more information, please visit Ruger.com. To find accessories for the GP100 Match Champion and other Ruger firearms, please visit ShopRuger.com.

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