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WILLSARV
01-11-2010, 14:31
I am looking for a bobbed hammer for a SP-101. Anyone have any ideas where I could find one other than Ruger? They want the gun returned for an installation. That gets pretty expensive when shipping is involved.

Thanks!!

carbofan21
02-02-2010, 05:15
you'll have to send it to ruger. that part isn't a retail item

Bobshouse
02-14-2010, 00:03
You can find them on Numrich's every now and then..

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/product.asp?chrProductSKU=289380&CatID=8355&mySort=2

Keep checking, they do get them in every now and then. I happened to get lucky a couple of months ago and got one to bob for my SP101..

WILLSARV
02-14-2010, 05:51
You can find them on Numrich's every now and then..

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/product.asp?chrProductSKU=289380&CatID=8355&mySort=2

Keep checking, they do get them in every now and then. I happened to get lucky a couple of months ago and got one to bob for my SP101..

I have checked with them before but haven't had any luck yet.

Did it drop right in with out any fitting?

Thanks!

noway
02-24-2010, 14:22
When I did my SBH and installed a Bisley hammer I went to brownells supplies. You might also want to check the ruger firearm forum website

http://www.brownells.com

http://www.rugerforum.com/phpBB/

Bobshouse
02-26-2010, 23:47
I have checked with them before but haven't had any luck yet.

Did it drop right in with out any fitting?

Thanks!

Yes, I kept the original and bobbed the new one. Slipped right in, no problems.

WILLSARV
02-27-2010, 05:56
Yes, I kept the original and bobbed the new one. Slipped right in, no problems.

I figuired it would fit without any problems.

Thanks for the help. I'll keep looking.

Rex G
03-06-2010, 23:45
Try Gunbroker.

I got one through evilbay when they still allowed hammers to be listed, and it dropped right into my 3.06" SP101, actually improving the DA trigger pull while, of course, eliminating the SA option.

Another option is having a local 'smith bob or semi-bob the spur.