Ruger did something quite nice for Canada. Our minimum barrel length law is 106 mm for the shortest handgun caliber. So in retaliation, Ruger made a model with a barrel length of 106.68mm. I figure with that kind of commitment to a smaller market, I want to show my support and bring one of these puppies home. So what can people tell me bout the Ruger GP100? I'm thinking stainless, 4.2 inches. I hear they're extremely robust. How's the accuracy of revolvers compared to semi-autos? Are they easier, or more difficult to shoot accurately for the aver-age bear? Is a trigger job supposedly necessary? A friend claims they feel like their action is filled with gravel.