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    $399 SP-101 at CDNN - .38 Special

    These seem interesting, considering many folks are focused more on .38 these days:
    https://www.cdnnsports.com/rugerr-sp...l#.XKh9vXdFyUk

    No affiliation, just heads-up.

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    Value Instiller RJ's Avatar
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    Dammit that is a smoking deal...
    No one can pass through life, any more than he can pass through a bit of country, without leaving tracks behind, and those tracks may often be helpful to those coming after him in finding their way. --Robert Baden-Powell USPSA#A92555

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJ View Post
    Dammit that is a smoking deal...
    I thought so too, I already have the 3" .357 or I would be thinking impure thoughts...

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    I have not seen the 3Ē 38 special guns. I wonder if this was a special run? Iíve fired a few 357ís in a Sp101 and think 38 only would suit me well. This is very tempting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camsdaddy View Post
    I wonder if this was a special run?
    Probably, the lanyard loop is another unique feature.

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    I believe that they're surplus or an overrun from an order from the French Railroad Police. It is a superb deal-especially if you're primarily oriented toward .38 Special/.38 Special +P for carry anyhow.

    The lanyard loop can be convenient for woods/riding/boating/bicycling use.

    Best, Jon

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    Is the lanyard loop, part of the frame, or part of the grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenalongtime View Post
    Is the lanyard loop, part of the frame, or part of the grips?
    Those are Hoge grips, and the ones I have that are identical have a screw in the bottom. I would be pretty certain the loop is the screw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonInWA View Post
    I believe that they're surplus or an overrun from an order from the French Railroad Police.
    Looks like you're right! I did some googling & stared at a bunch of French butts and found some pictures:

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    Iíve bought a few of those screws from Hogue. I use one on my 629 in a tree stand. I also like a lanyard when in my kayak.

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