Pretty much just a green dot in a black circle. The nice thing is you don't have to worry about the rear sight any more. You just keep both eyes open and you naturally center the front sight in the ghost ring without even thinking about it.
Don’t want to hijack the thread here, but how does a ghost ring sight compare to a standard notch and post type sight? What are the advantages/disadvantages? How do they compare in terms of accuracy (ie precision shooting)? Speed?
I just used peep sights on a rifle for the first time, and I loved them right away. Much less eye fatigue and much easier sight acquisition. Furthermore, I felt that I was able to shoot at least as accurately with peeps as I can with notch/post sights.
As a recent convert to the GP100 fan club the Match Champion was too much to resist when I finally saw one.
It does feel lighter. The grip is better looking than I had expected and it feels good in my hand. The double action trigger does feel a little smoother and and is noticeably lighter...
Might have made a mistake in buying the 3 inch sp101.
Wife really didn’t like the feel and thought it was too heavy. She didn’t shoot it yet. Has a friend who has a LCR and likes the feel of it but hasn’t shot it either. She has very little experience in shooting a handgun. Thought about just...
I like grips and I change them around every so often, just got these new Elk antler grips with 357 cartridge emblems.
I like them they fit well and have a nice look and feel to them, a little thicker than the wood ones.
Just watched a YouTube video where a guy shoots his really nice stainless Security Six, and now I'm curious. How does the GP100 differ from the Security Six? How did Ruger customers react to replacing the Security Six with the GP100?
Is the GP100 better? If so, how?